A few posts back, my buddy Dale over at Diary of an Internet Nobody offered me a challenge. He suggested the composite image I’d created for my post Lion of Zion didn’t show enough of the original image… for his tastes.
Liking the way Dale worded his suggestion, I offered him a challenge: Create and show me your version of the same theme. Dale took on that challenge, and with a composite he’d created from his own extensive photographic archives, he created this image and did me one better by breaking down the process by which he arrived at his final product. Thus, the K’lee’s Cosmic Photo Challenge was born!
I, of course needed to answer this challenge with a breakdown of the creation process I used to create my Lion. If you haven’t already, you can see the resulting post here
Dale and I both agree on something else: We enjoyed the fun factor of the challenge. With that in mind, we decided it should become a regular Monday challenge. I’m in the process of creating a new one for tomorrow, Monday, which you’ll see some time in the morning or… when you happen to see it in your time zone.
Lastly, we both agree this shouldn’t be a photo challenge for us alone- no everyone who wants to should and can join in the fun.
My take on this is you can simply make a comment on the original post’s comment section and leave a link to your challenge ‘answer’ in your comment so we all can see it.
There’s no prize winning (as yet!), this one currently is just for fun so keep your eyes open for the K’lee’s Cosmic Photo Challenge, open to all, tomorrow!
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