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iPhoneography workflow { violin girl surreal }

Superimpose is an incredibly useful and powerful iPhoneography app for isolating (masking) images and building up a library of elements you can use either repeatedly in the same image or in different images. I used Superimpose to create my image ‘Violin Girl (Surreal version)’. iPhone photography apps used: LensLight • MarbleCam • Superimpose { violin girl ~ surreal } By Paul Brown It takes a little practice and…

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iPhoneography workflow { autumn walk }

Superimpose is an incredibly useful and powerful iPhoneography app for isolating (masking) images and building up a library of elements you can use either repeatedly in the same image or in different images. I used Superimpose to create my image ‘Autumn Walk’. iPhone photography apps used: 100CamerasIn1 • PicFX • Snapseed • Superimpose { autumn walk } By Paul Brown It takes a little practice and playing to under…

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A profile with instant impact – 1,000 words in 3 seconds?

…ues and apps can be used for general iPhoneography art. iPhone photography apps used: Alt Photo • Hipstamatic • Superimpose { iPhoneography – profile image } By Paul Brown Process and apps used Hipstamatic ~ initial capture one: This combo is Lucifer VI lens with Nike AO DLX film: Hipstamatic ~ initial capture two: This combo is Lucifer VI lens with Nike AO DLX film: Note: Initially I toyed with Hipstamatic double exposu…

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Atmospheric mobile photography – can’t find fog create it

…the process. This is what I came up with. iPhone photography apps used: Filterstorm • ProCamera8 • Snapseed • Superimpose • VSCOcam { after the match } By Paul Brown Process and apps used ProCamera7 ~ initial capture: No time to set individual focus or exposure points this is just a ‘grab your iPhone, point and shoot shot’: Snapseed ~ straighten: I was very conscious of the perspectives in this shot and when I captur…

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iPhoneography seascape workflow – { horizon }

…apps used: 100CamerasIn1 • Distressed FX • Filterstorm • Hipstamatic • Laminar Pro • PhotoToaster • Snapseed • Superimpose { horizon } By Paul Brown Process and apps used Hipstamatic ~ initial capture. We were on a beach train driving in and out of sea and I grabbed a couple of shots as best I could. No opportunity on a moving vehicle to spend a lot of time on composition so the images were always going to need a little work: This combo…

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