iPad Pro Apps - iColorama, Aquarella, Touch/Retouch
Today Karen Burns posted a photo of a Christmas tree made out of old silverware. I was smitten. I ran into the dinning room and pulled out my mom’s old silverware and one of her cookie cutters. I played with the arrangement, added a pine cone, small balls and holly. I took the photo and brought it over to my iPad and used iColorama to alter it. This was fun to make and brought back wonderful memories using my mom’s stuff.
I went over to the nursery and took a ton of poinsettia photos. I think they cringe when they see me coming!! This is a combination of a couple flower photos and my little birdie that I did buy there in the summer. This image is for a FB challenge called "Red".
Blur 2 - iPhone6, iColorama, Repix, Mono-Vu. This is a weird photo I took when I was taking selfies in my hallway. Not sure if it is a double exposure or slow shutter but I am glad I didn't delete it. I am taking an iColorama class and these are from the blur lesson.
Photo - iPhone6 iPad Pro - Apps iColorama Photos of some weeds against a wall - loved the shadows. This image is for a FB group we are exploring different shaped images - this is my long horizontal - perfect for this subject.
I was at Cape May last week and took a few pics of the light house.This one came out really blurry and I wasn’t using SlowShutter.I decided to play with it. When you alter your photos you never take a bad shot.
Photo - iPhone6 iPad Pro - Apps iColorama, Snapseed for the blur, Procreate
Fall is here in the NE and my Hydrangea are about done. I love them when they are dried out and have brought a few inside to really dry out. I love how the color is faded but they still keep their blossom shapes. These are photos of the flowers still on the bush before I cut it back. Great photo to use a blur effect. I wanted the eye to go to the beautiful shapes in the flower. Original photo below.