October’s Glorious Gradients Photo Contest Winner

Brighton Palace Pier

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Here is the winning shot for our photo contest. Congratulations to Kit Yeung for winning!

We expanded our monthly photo contest to allow participation on Instagram in addition to Facebook. Last month’s contest celebrated the release of Exposure X3, so the theme was Glorious Gradients, in honor of the new gradient tools in Exposure X3.

Winner

Kit Yeung is a photography enthusiast based in Hong Kong. He appreciates all kinds of fine art, but is especially drawn to photography. He often uses photo compositing to enhance the impact of his artwork. We connected with Kit to ask him how he uses Exposure.

How were Exposure’s gradients used on your winning shot?

Alien Skin has been my favourite software to edit my photos. In my winning shot of the Brighton Bridge pier, Agfa APX 100 gave it an artsy look. I also used Exposure’s gradients and darken layer (Burn) to the bottom right of the photo and to the sea under the bridge.

Runners-up

 

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We chose a grand prize winner and three runners-up winners from all the entries. Each of them will get a copy of Exposure X3, and the grand prize winner will be featured in our social media headers.

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2 Comments

  1. Eduardo Barbosa November 2, 2017 at 10:05 pm - Reply

    Congratulations to Kit Yeung, well deserved. This is a great image, I like the perspective and the tones.

    • Ben Davidson November 29, 2017 at 5:08 pm - Reply

      Thanks, Eduardo. I agree with you that it’s a lovely image.

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