Another month for the One Four Challenge which you can read about it, and join it here. This challenge is about processing 1 image in 4 different ways over 4 weeks.
For this month I decided to use a photograph I had taken while on the Winnipeg edition of the Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk yesterday. You can read more about these walks here. The Winnipeg walk started at The Forks..and went through the Exchange District..and back to the The Forks with about 25 photographers wandering the streets snapping at everything in sight!
While in the Exchange District, I snapped this photo of a cool multilevel car park:
The sky is completely washed out..and the grunginess of the old cement is very apparent. But I liked the angles and shapes/forms in the photo so I decided to play with it this month.
For an instant edit, I used Lightroom and applied the “dehaze”(my new favorite slider), and then applied a James Brandon preset. In less than 2 minutes, a completely transformed photo:
Amazing how the sky and clouds reappear, and cement now looks metallic! And it now looks ultramodern…
Linking to One Four Challenge week 1 October here.