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creating a foggy atmosphere – Superimpose – iPhone photography video

Following my recent foggy iPhone photography manipulations I have received a few requests for a little more detail especially around the process in Superimpose. I therefore decided to create a video. { superimpose for foggy iPhoneography } By Paul Brown Superimpose ~ adjust levels, mask and blend: The previous image was imported twice, once as foreground and once as background. A linear gradient mask was applied (image one) and the foreground…

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surreal iPhone photography using Superimpose republished

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April 13th, 2014

I am delighted that my iPhoneography article ‘iPhoneography workflow { violin girl surreal }’ has been republished by The App Whisperer. We’re delighted to publish this fabulous tutorial by Paul Brown. In this tutorial Paul takes us through the steps to fully ultise Superimpose to help you create fabulous mobile images. We have published several of Paul Brown’s workflows recently. Please take a look at our Paul Brown…

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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 playing to understand how…

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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 understand how Superimpose works but…

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iPhone photography – freedom to explore { bleached by the sun }

…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….

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Lucifer – texture blended floral iPhoneography

It’s flaming July and that means my bullet proof Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’ are setting the garden alight. Not a flower I’ve tackled before, this floral texture blending iPhoneography tutorial is all about adding texture without washing away nature’s vibrant colour. I’ve restricting myself to a small selection of my favourite texture iPhone apps. Superimpose This iPhoneography workflow makes quite a lot of use of Superimpose. There is a video…

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iPhone photography tutorial – { foggy scooting }

…hunger Thank you for the wonderful tutorial, I try to only use Filterstorm produce a similar effect, thank you for your inspiration! Skip Thank you very much for dropping by. My pleasure! Tag me if you’d like to share your results….

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iPhone photography – 10 must have iPhoneography apps

Geri Great article Skip. I really need to have another look at Superimpose. It is one that totally confuses me as well because I just haven’t spent any time trying to learn it. Off to watch your tutorial (again!) Skip Hi Geri, thank you! It is absolutely one of those apps that needs time but once you know it it is so rewarding. I have got a couple of videos on it. Hope they help. Skip Junior I AM HIS SON OF EPIC EPICNESS PIXELZ AND COOKIEZ…

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iPhoneography workflow { violin girl }

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. iPhone photography apps used: Image Blender • PhotoToaster • ProCamera8 • Snapseed • Superimpose { violin girl } By Paul Brown Process and apps used ProCamera ~…

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iPhone photography tutorial – { time to bow }

…craig poltock Another great piece Skip, shall be having a go myself soon. Skip Thanks Craig, share the results won’t you. RegiB Thanks for the tutorial. The ‘shelf’ was a clever idea! I love the clean look too although the more grungy style is so popular. The apps used are great one for sure! Skip Thank you very much. I think I might play again with the clean style….

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