I’m no photographer, but I love the art of a good filter. I’ve got a few apps that I use pretty frequently for my photos. Below is an overview of some of my favorites! 244 more words
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Stackables photo app seems to be the best choice for producing an variety of monochrome looks, but there is such a range of ‘formulas’, often only vaguely different, that I often ended up confused about which to select.
This week I was looking at ways to achieve bright saturated colours on my Madrid lamps.
First off, Stackables. For the very first time I hit the ‘Wrench’ in the bottom right hand corner and surprise!192 more words
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I quickly found that this image was very different to work with than last month’s Parador on the Sacred Shore. There was less colour, way less texture and an almost surrealistic look that I felt needed to be emphasized.
This month I’m trying to repeat what I did for October’s One Four Challenge, which was something along the lines of:
- Which app gives the best painted look?
Stackables and Pixlromatic both do similar types of photo manipulation, using a selection of overlays that dramatically affect the final look of the image.
This week I’m tried for warmed-up tones that show off the old stone walls.128 more words