Filtering your shots #photography #dphcallenge


Believe it or not each of those is a different filtering effect from Picmonkey.

I think landscapes can benefit from all these different filters.

I have to say I normally just clean up my shots with contrast and maybe a little more light.

Would love to know what filters you use and what photo-editing is the most helpful for your photography.

The WordPress Daily Post Photography 101 prompt for today was using filters. Daily Post has a challenge for everyone whether you get involved daily, weekly or monthly it’s worth a shot.

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6 thoughts on “Filtering your shots #photography #dphcallenge

  1. All these shots are beautiful. I can say they’re gorgeous this is how far my skill can go. About technique I have no idea. I’d have to admit,I’d have to read the book for dummies.I’m not sure even the book can help me. I’ll just look at your photographs and say, “Wow she is good.”

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