One Photo, Infinite Editing Possibilities

At the Learn Photography editorial team, we regularly bring you various topics from the world of photography. You can find tips and interesting facts that inspire you and help you improve your skills. We launched a series of challenges on a single theme, which brought many variations in processing. This time, however, we took a different approach – we were curious about how you would handle a sample photo. Your creativity and skills have amazed us!

We received dozens of amazing edits, each one original and unique. We carefully reviewed all your images and selected the most interesting ones that impressed us with their creativity and technical execution. Thank you to all the readers who participated in this new challenge.

Check out the most interesting edits we’ve selected for you. Get inspired by the edits of your fellow photographers and continue your creative journey!

Marek Hrubý

Petr Šapovalov

Ellen Wiewel

I removed all distracting elements from the original photo and changed the colors and composition of the image. Additionally, I highlighted the child’s reflection in the water at the front of the picture. I applied a gradient filter and resized it to a 4:3 ratio. Finally, I added a frame.

Tomáš Dutz

Jana Hrnková

First, I adjusted the comparison of the overflowing sea. Then I cropped it into my favorite square format, avoiding any need to remove distracting or blurred elements. Finding and applying the right texture took the longest. I titled the photo “David and Goliath.”

Josef Martinek

Romeo and Juliet under a full moon.

Tomáš Sykala

Cor Oskam

Vladimír Kovalčík

Miloš Albrecht

Creative photo edits from readers

He also reviews photos from readers who have impressed us with their creativity.

Paolo Gennari

Petr Bacílek

Engels Herman

Monika Schrammová

Our challenge is now closed, but practice makes perfect. Download the photo and try editing it according to your ideas and creativity.

Check out how our ambassadors Honza Musil and Daniel Kasal excelled with their edits.

Honza Musil
Daniel Kasal

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