Detailed iPhone photography tutorials showing the iphone app used at each stage of the editing process and the resulting image. Provides full detail of how the initial capture progresses through the editing process to arrive at the finished work. All iPhoneography is 100pct captured on iPhone and edited on a combination of iPhone and iPad.
Street iPhoneography is my favourite genre but it rarely gives me the opportunity to process in my preferred painterly / texture blended style. ‘Mrs Whistler?’ gave me an opportunity to combine both genres in a single image.
To achieve a realistic freelensing / lensbaby effect through iPhoneography apps you have to define the focal plane and unfocus in a gradual way – not blur. This process looks at an alternative to my first freelensing workflow.
This textured painterly floral iPhoneography image has raised the question, ‘Is it a painting or is it a photograph?’ For this style of edit, my preferred style for still life images, that is the ultimate accolade.
Textured painterly floral iPhoneography image. Although my floral images follow quite a tight workflow at the moment, I wanted to share a couple of learning points I took away from this piece of iPhoneography.