ETSOOI-95 Edit challenge, Edit challenge, Edit challenge...

posted March 13th, 2018
It's very exciting to have the honour of hosting this new ETSOOI challenge. I would like to send a big "Thank You" to Suzanne @suzanne234 for hosting the last challenge, and to all of you who entered /voted in the last challenge.

I have chosen the concept of Repetition as the concept for ETSOOI-95.
By repeating a certain size, or shape, or colour in an image it is possible to add interest and depth to the overall result.

Here are a couple of internet sites which may give you some ideas:

And remember:
ETSOOI is an acronym started by MaryBeth @espyetta. It stands for EDITING THE SORRY-NESS OUT OF IT which basically means editing your picture in any way you like. So you can help your repetition along in any way you fancy!!

If you are new to editing/processing here are some great tools to use besides photoshop:

You can also use mobile/cell apps such as:

Pencil Sketch Free
Deep Art Effects

You can use more than one program/app per image. This challenge is very relaxed so just have a play around with your picture and see what you can create. "

Tag for entries: ETSOOI-95

Start Date: 13th March 2018

Finish Date: 1st April 2018

No. of entries allowed: As many as you like!!

Rules: The original image must have been taken between the dates given.

Prize for the winner: The honour of posting the next challenge!

Please feel free to post your entries here to encourage others and keep the thread active.

So, have repetitive fun with your editing and we will look forward to seeing your creations.

Cheers Rob
posted March 13th, 2018
Some examples may have strongly repetitive characteristics and just require you to enhance them suitably. The Shot Tower was an example:

posted March 13th, 2018
A great theme Rob, I'll get my thinking cap on :)
posted March 14th, 2018
@suzanne234Hi Suzanne- I'm so pleased to see your comment - it was a bit daunting trying to come up with a new theme. I'll look forward to seeing what you create!! Cheers Rob
posted March 15th, 2018
So many repetitions when you start looking:
posted March 16th, 2018
Please feel free to post your images here - it helps keep the thread alive. Here's another format that may fit the bill - repetitions of a theme. This one was fun to make....

posted March 16th, 2018
I tagged this one Rob,its surprising how many shots are suitable without first realising it! Cute dog by the way, looks a bit of a softie :)
posted March 16th, 2018
@suzanne234 Thanks for tagging this - it's a great entry! And the dog is just a big sook - loves people but doesn't like other dogs. We love her to pieces!
posted March 19th, 2018
This is just another possibility for repetitions ( mainly to keep the thread alive!!) If you like playing with your editing program this challenge is for you.....
posted March 20th, 2018
posted March 20th, 2018
@stimuloog Hi Marloes - thank you so much for posting this here - it's good to keep the thread alive. So many repetitions!! - just perfect for the theme. I like your POV and I like the abstract feel. Cheers Rob
posted March 22nd, 2018
Just to keep the thread alive ( and to selfishly have a bit of fun myself!) It seems you can make your own repetitions by overlaying semi-transparencies. This is not a very good example and I don't much like the colours that I ended up using! but it was a good trial to try. Hopefully trial and error with the original choice and the processing could give a better end result! The dam had a couple of dead sticks in the front of the image - repetition produced this end result:
posted March 23rd, 2018
My entry:

posted March 23rd, 2018
Thanks Sylvia - worked like a charm. It's' so nice to have some entries shown here - and keeps the thread alive.
posted March 23rd, 2018

The repetitions of nature
posted March 23rd, 2018
@caterina Thanks for posting this here Caterina - and I love your caption. The further you look into your image the more repetitions there are!! :)
posted March 23rd, 2018

I'm trying to post at the suggestion of Caterina. Not sure if this will work.
posted March 23rd, 2018
@mbrutus Hi - thanks for posting this - all worked well! It's a wonderful example for the repetition theme. Cheers Rob
posted March 25th, 2018
Just to keep the thread alive - if you love abstracts etsooi can be lots of fun:
posted March 26th, 2018
Does this one work?
posted March 26th, 2018
@ginaanderson Hi Gina - thanks so much for posting this here and for entering it in the challenge. It's very well done and it certainly fits the theme as we are playing with it! And it's so much fun! Thanks again - cheers Rob
posted March 27th, 2018
just a few repetitions on this one!!!
posted March 27th, 2018
@suzanne234 Thanks for posting it here Suzanne - it's such a great example!! Cheers Rob
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