Explored on Flickr 2

Out of the 1.42 million photos uploaded a day on average to Flickr, the “Explore” algorithm along with some human intervention, pick 500 images to highlight as the most interesting. The first one of my “Explored” images is in an earlier post called Explored on Flickr. This last week, another one of my images earned the Explore designation!  I was beside myself with excitement and gratitude. Here’s the second Explored image below and on Flickr:

White Iris in Full Bloom by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2014
White Iris in Full Bloom by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2014

This image is a new version from the one that I shared in an earlier post Does Your Contrast Show.

White Iris in Full Bloom by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2014
White Iris in Full Bloom by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2014

I made the first image in Camera+, converted it from color and edited it in black and white in   Snapseed.  I took the second image in John Hornbeck’s app Contrast. There’s no comparison on the reception of the second image because I did not post it to Flickr.

I am thankful for all the support I received from the Flickr community.

 

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