A very simple iPhoneography app for blending 2 images together. All the usual layer blending methods are offered together with masking facilities. The go to blending app for many top notch iPhoneographers looking for a straight forward clutter free app not needing to operate with multiple active layers. Rating (all versions): 4.5 (2054 ratings). Rating (current version): 5 (130 ratings). Current Price: USD3.99. Where there are iPhone and iPad apps, rating data and pricing relate to the iPhone app.
A simplistic and creative app for combining images with masks and different blend modes on your iPhone and iPad.
While the use and basic idea is very simple, there's almost an endless list of things you can do with it. Some things worth highlighting are: - Multi Exposure - Choosing where and how much to apply of filter from other apps. - Adding or replacing objects. - Adding textures. - Creating your own personalised filters with overlays
Image Blender outputs the full resolution without any limits to the size of your source image.
If you have any questions before buying, need help to get started or just want to share your work, don't hesitate to send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll do my best to help.
Still life floral iPhoneography image in a painterly textured style shows Gypsophila against a heavily manipulated background. Post processing is made significantly easier by ensuring as clean a background as possible. Initial post processing involves correcting the lighting situation.
One of the joys of iPhoneography is that there is always a challenge. The inspiration for this Green Vase image was the Green weekly Challenge being run by New Era Museum on EyeEm. Includes workflow and link to feature.
I guess it might be the season. Short cold damp days seem to be full of grey. More than ever I’m drawn to colour. This floral iPhoneography image in a painterly textured style feels comforting and fills the void left by the lack of warmth and colour outside.
Whilst decorating I took the opportunity to use the interesting texture left on the partly stripped walls as backgrounds for some iPhoneography images. This image yielded 2 versions, this one and a previously published ‘surreal’ version. Superimpose was a key app in both images.
This iPhoneography image is of my daughter on her way home from school on her scooter. A plain background provided scope for adding textures without impacting the purity of the figure. There are some basic composition rules in place.
This iPhoneography image was captured on West Common in Lincoln as a parent returns home from the morning school run dragging the empty sledge behind her. Processed in a textured painterly style with a look at some composition principles…