HollyDeanArtist: Often Medieval in Mood: From Counterpane to Hourglass

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

From Counterpane to Hourglass

On the third Wednesday of every month, David Hayes over at Clearer Reflections will be hosting "Dave's Recipe Book Project" - an online collaboration. This is the second in the series.

The pic can be of any subject and any app(s) can be used… the only stipulation is that the image must be done all "in-phone" (or iPad). Along with the image, a specific step-by-step "recipe" is to be included.

Dave will post a list of all participating iphoneographers on his blog today so that you can be sure to find the links to all the "recipes". Check it out and join in if you like!

Here is my "recipe"...

Photo of bed clothes taken with OldCamera with flash. Setting>Filter>Mode>Cyanotype
Pic Grunger - Effect: Sponged  Border: ON
snapseed - Drama2. Tune Image: saturation 85
Photo Studio - Symmetry Quad

8 comments:

  1. Very nice, indeed!! First pic grunger then snapseed and then photo studio!! Wow!! Love what the symmetry quad filter does for the image...I'll need to try this one out myself!! Thanks for joining in this month...you are the greatest!!

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  2. Very cool indeed the final symmetry effect, and I like the color distribution too. Well done!

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  3. Love the colors. It's really hard to believe that it's not a picture of a mixed media artwork. Amazing!

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  4. It really is amazing what you can do with these apps, Julia!

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  5. wowow! so many apps put to excellent use! love it.

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  6. Oh I love how you did your recipe with the pics! Very cool! I never think to change up the shape of my image like you did by using the quad setting. That was really cool and does make it look like a piece of art. I'm going to have to try that out!

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