- A 'Snapseed' Scenery- (Colour Photos + Filter(s) + Border)
Challenge #119 in the U live, U learn U love, U learn U cry, U learn U lose, U learn U bleed, U learn U scream, U learn series. Hosted by ConanFujiX, ConanFuji.
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As the Snapseed app is now free till the end of year, I would like to throw a challenge based on it. Basically take a daytime shot of human-less scenery and process it with Snapseed, ideally with the filters. Shot must be landscape in orientation capturing a reasonably adequate viewing area. Finally, put a border around the photo.
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Thursday, 6th December, 2012 (GMT)
Thursday, 13th December, 2012 – Wednesday, 19th December, 2012 (GMT)
Thursday, 20th December, 2012 – Wednesday, 26th December, 2012 (GMT)
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