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Tonight's submission is from Chris, aka @cluster0ne, let's hear about his process.
Firstly, I'd like to thank Wilma for giving me the opportunity to share my image, and Mobile Artistry for giving me the gallery space beside all the other wonderful works. Very much appreciated.
I hadn't taken any shots lately, but enjoy editing so much I was searching my archive for inspiration.. this tree pic which I had previously edited to try and make look like something from one of my fav films 300, was singing to me that it needed a kind of midnight look to it.. as much as I'm happy with the original edit, into Stackables App it went.. as always when I'm editing there is zero method as to how I achieve my vision, it's always a one-off edit, and I have no real tech knowledge of what I'm doing but seem to usually get there in the end.. It can take a while, but I love the process.
Apologies for not being able to explain my process as I truly would not be able to say exactly what layers I used and why I used them. It all just kind of flows until I'm satisfied with the results. I checked my saved formula in Stackables, there is 35 layers so maybe best not to list them all. I am however always happy to share my formulas. On this pic I also used Mextures for the first time, but it was minimal just to adjust the colour slightly, which I could have done in Stackables but was just playing with apps.
Thanks for viewing my image,
I'm happy if you liked any aspect of it.