Darkroom Challenge Digital Darkroom Derby #146 - Winners Announced

Not competing (except in the short-story contest): "It was a cloudy, moonlit night. The mall was unbusy, but I smelled trouble, so I carried my trusty .45 under my coat."
FOOTNOTE (SHAMELESS SELF-PROMOTION ALERT!): I actually did write a story (300+ pages) that might interest Photoshop jockeys. It's a mystery about an innocent man convicted of murder. He was framed by tampering with photo evidence. The mystery isn't WHOdunnit, but rather HOW did the killer get to the crime scene photos, and what alterations did he make? Includes courtroom testimony by forensic image experts. I also designed the cover. On the Amazon Kindle page, you can read the full Prologue and the beginning of Chapter 1.