Leonardo is my go to iPhone photography app for working with more than two layers at the same time. It’s a 5 star app created by Pankaj Goswami who is also behind another of my favourite blending apps Superimpose.
Stackables formulas or texture recipes are a great way to build a unique library of textures and adjustments. Using formulas and adapting them to individual images helps to give image collections a cohesive feel.
Michael Orton started using this technique in the mid 1980s. His aim was to create a watercolor styled photograph by combining various captures of the same scene. The process is also known as Orton imagery and the Orton slide sandwich. An iPhoneography workflow.
My iPhoneography image ‘In the moment’ is created from multiple Hipstamatic iPhone images blended together. I am delighted that it has been featured by the The App Whisperer and Art of Mob in their weekly showcases.
My iPhoneography image ‘Skool Daze’ is a multiple exposure iPhone image with a textured finish applied. I am delighted that it has been featured by both the The App Whisperer and Art of Mob in their weekly showcases.
A picture may be worth a thousand words but critically a profile picture comes at a premium because it is worth the first 1,000 opinion forming words. Does your profile picture make you stand out from the crowd?