One photo three ways

The One-to-Three Photo Processing Challenge

This is the first time I have participated in Kate’s Three Way Photo Challenge. I forgot to add in the original post that I use PaintShop Pro Ultimate 2022 by Corel as my photo editing software.

Here is the original. An old farmhouse in the bush. It is probably over one hundred years old. This house hasn’t been occupied for a few years now. I always look forward to seeing it when I travel to Tenterfield and hope one day that someone has taken her to their heart like me and has renovated her to once more become a home.

One of my favourite effects – Selective Colour, using red as the main colour to catch another of my favourite things to photograph, rust.

This effect is called Coloured Pencil. I like the effect this gives to structures

I haven’t used this effect before but thought it was appropriate. It is called Time Machine and converts images to how photos appeared at a specific time. This effect is probably from when the house was built. The time I chose is 1839

22 thoughts on “One photo three ways

    1. Isn’t that a great effect. I might experiment with the others a bit more as well. I think there might even be a Polaroid one as well πŸ™‚


    1. Thanks Sarah, I knew I forgot something, to tell people what software I use. It is in an editing program called PaintShop Pro Ultimate 2022 by Corel. I must add that in I guess.

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  1. I use PSP myself and find this particular edit very good for portraits. I use it when I photograph my great-nephews and nieces (very young) as it seems to lend itself to children. I like all the above.

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  2. You know, I intentionally did several photographs today in different versions, but not only were they very similar in the end, but there was always one that was clearly better than the other. I had more fun with this when I had more filters. Unfortunately, since the architecture of Windows changed with Win11, the old filters don’t work. I should try out the filters that come with Photoshop and see what they do. I’ve always relied on external filters.

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