These are the results of the "one photo" challenge where members receive a set of digital images and are asked to produce their own interpretations of them. (I know, the title says "one photo" but we've expanded it to 5 images now as the previous events were so popular). So, here are the original images - as a single composite.
And here are what the members did with these - click on each to see a larger version.
This technique is best performed on flat and drab photos and requires access to Photoshop or an equivalent. It is not going to make the colours look as they did, just make them look better.
The after image (on the right below) was treated using the above steps. The settings used are shown in the settings image.