Welcome to Week 29 of #Decim8nday’s Decim8 This.
Every Sunday @Decim8nday will post an original / unedited image submitted by our guest editor of the week.
Decim8ors are to:
- Screenshot the image and save to their camera roll
- Decim8 the image using any singular or combination of effects
- We ask that no other apps are used and that images are processed only with the Decim8 app
- List each effect used and hashtag it with #Decim8nday and #Decim8this_( guest editor’s username)
- Post by Tuesday, 9:00 AM PST for a chance to get featured here and on @Decim8nday Wednesday!
This week we welcome Julienne, @knoxmomi, as guest editor!
About the image:
The Sunsphere, in Knoxville, Tennessee, is an 81.07 m high hexagonal steel truss structure, topped with a 23 m gold-colored glass sphere that served as the symbol of the 1982 World’s Fair. It was also home to a full service restaurant and the Observation Deck, which cost $2.00 for the elevator ride up for a visit. The Sunsphere closed to the public at Fair’s end and remained vacant or underutilized for most of its post-fair life. The 4th level of the Sunsphere houses the Observation Deck and offers a 360-degree view of the original 1982 World’s Fair site (now World’s Fair Park), downtown Knoxville, the Tennessee River, the University of Tennessee, and the Smoky Mountains.
Taken with Hipstamatic combo Foxy lens/Blanko Freedom film
Her top 3 Decim8-ions are:
First off, I knew it would be difficult to decide on only 3 top choices and it was certainly agonizing! But I’m excited to be able to choose 4 Honorable Mentions which I’ll post on my feed because I loved them all! I feel so honored to be Guest Editor this week and so happy to see all the amazing, wildly creative edits of The Sunsphere. It’s been incredible seeing the outpouring of edits from talented Decim8ers out there. Kudos to all who played along I am in awe of you all! With that said here are my top choices in no particular order and I name them as I see them as immediate first impressions. Congrats to All!
1. @dfreeek ‘s Tower with shadowy twin.
The colors and patterns from veth, precog1 and graboid transformed it into a Gustav Klimt painting; quite intricate, intriguing and old-worldly all in one.
2 @arnoldengel ‘s Sharp Jagged-edged Spine, stacked and saturated in strong colors. A startling eye-catching piece l imagined radio waves on a screen.
3 @ketroot ‘s Scattered half-moon Golden Spheres.
The use of L225 and Beamrider magic propelled them in motion along a deep blue space.
Note: This article concludes our final installment of Decim8 This for the time being. We thank you all for participating every week!