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.
First you’ll need some base images of an eye and a peacock feather. Like these:
You can shoot them yourself, or look for Creative Commons images on Flickr.
You’ll also need these Apps:
Distressed FX ($0.99)
Photo Ripples (FREE)
Now, Here is the tutorial!
For a really complete step by step instruction manual, sign up for my Fine Art of iPhone Photography online class here. There’s a lot more there if you want to ramp up your iPhone photography skills, including all the settings for each app and a walk thorugh screen capture video from my ipad!