…but iphone photography never waits! There are so many great things to capture no matter what the weather presents us with. And with that, I have a firm date for the next spring iphone art photography class, on Sunday May 11, 2014. [Read more…]
iPhone Fine Art photography Tutorial for QuantumView
The iPhone image QuantumView won Most Creative Image, a Merit and a Judges’ Choice ribbon in the 2013 PPOC Manitoba last weekend, and Merit National Image Salon. I have since had many requests for the technique I used to make this image. This was made on my iPhone, so you’ll need a few apps first.
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And as always, I am happy to share. [Read more…]
Whenever I”m out in the wilds, I always get a few random shots with my iPhone, just to capture the location for my photo maps. But because I am also an avid iPhone photography nut, I do make a solid effort to take some good shots as well, in case I can transform them into strange;y wonderful art photos!
THE Camera Club ( the women’s camera club that I facilitate) headed out to the “local” ghost town to do some sunsets and night shots. [Read more…]
Back in June I went out to visit my Dad for Father’s Day. It was the first since my Mom died at the end of March. My Dad and I both needed to do something special on that day. Even though he is still devastated and having a difficult time adjusting to life on his own, we had a nice brunch at St Andrews on the Lake Golf Course, close to where he lives.
St. Andrews is quite famous for the beautiful grounds and “lake.” I made this one on my iPhone. an impressionistic interpretation.
There is something sad and beautiful about dead flowers. I love then in little antique bottles, or flat on an old vintage table cloth.Whose imagination isn’t piqued by a withered stem of an ashen blossom?
I made this one in my iPhone. Apps used were Artista Haiku, Blender, Tangled FX, Autopainter.
iPhone Art Photography with Glaze!
Fine art iPhone images are in the palm of your hand! There are so many apps that I use when making “art images” with my iPhone. But one that I really want to share with you is called Glaze. First it’s free right now, and second it so versatile that you can use the images made with Glaze as layers and overlays when using the app layering techniques I teach in almost all my iPhone fine art photo courses. Here’s the intro video. I walk through some of the effects and features. Now on the video the effects don’t look killer, but they are when you see them, but the real magic comes when you layer the effects. This image, was made with several layers of images using different Glaze filters, and overlaying some of the glazed images that were run through another app called Decim8.
Watch the video for the basics of Glaze, and sign up for my newsletter to get notified about when the next online iPhone Fine Art photography Class is starting. The next class is called “The Making of…” and i detail how I made the award-winning iPhone images shown throughout this site.
Making iphone art photography – with Glaze- walk through.
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Now when you’re sharing from your mobile device, on Google+ (the best social platform for photographers!) you have the best photo editing tools built in.
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Just download or upgrade your Google+ app and you’re good to go!
2 of the most awesome things in the world – iphones and art!
At the most recent iPhone photography and art class held on January 26, 2013, the group was amazingly creative and imaginative. The photo shoot was indoors because of the massive amounts of snow, and the COLD. Fortunately there are lots of cool things to photography in the 105 year old house that is the studio, and the participants had no trouble selecting interesting things to shoot.
This was the ‘starter” class – for people new to iPhones and the powerful photographic capabilities it has. But they were shooting and processing like pros!
I made this image = called Totally Rad! (Do you know what it is made from – the title is a hint!)
Totally Rad iPhone Art (prints available)
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Here are some other iPhone goodies you may want to try – for making dynamic art on you iPhone.
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