App stacking iPhoneography tutorial using four of my go to iPhone photography apps for adding texture to images. Distressed FX / Mextures / Modern Grunge / Snapseed.
iPhone photography tutorial correcting a less than perfect street image. Involves some powerful automated perspective correction and manual cloning apps.
A Muscari floral iPhone photograph processed with multiple iPhoneography apps to add numerous textured layers and generate a unique distressed finish. App stacking and blending.
Mextures is the best iPhone photography app for texture blending iPhoneography. This step by step tutorial shows how to use it with detailed screen grabs. Includes a small collection of landscape images.
Creating a foggy atmosphere from a single ordinary street scene iPhone photograph including some complex masking using a combination of masking tools.
Tutorial looking at the shift aspect of tilt-shift iPhone photography together with a style of photography dubbed ministract (part minimal and part abstract).
Most of the time the joy of iPhone photography is the result. The destination. It’s not about how I got there or how many apps I used (I’m still trying keep the number of apps I use in each iPhoneography work to a minimum). This is an example.
Fog is my favourite weather for creating atmospheric mobile photography. Mother nature does all the work for me. All I need to do is find an interesting composition and frame it. When she doesn’t produce fog, I try to mimic her work.