Another one Mage playing with solely mobile editing apps - again using perfectly clear and then SnapSeed. A shot of Saffy at the pool shoot.
Playing with mobile only editing to see what can be achieved - this is edited with perfectly clear app and then snapseed!
Graphical Can you tell what it is yet? ;)
I have a fan :)
Ordinary things can be interesting. #OnMeDesk #OrdinaryThings
On me desk at work - this filter in OGGL gives very pleasing B&W images :)
Graphical and within10metres again :)
I always said coffee was a work of art :) #TangledFX #OGGL
Just a bit of a play - super light effects on a supercar - TangledFX app on iPhone iOS. The mclaren f1 from the London Classic Car show - using the #FibersHarsh preset
Certainly experiencing past masters of photography's work does bring lots of shooting options to my daily life - anyone familiar with William Eggleston's work will no doubt see his influence on me in this shot- those who do NOT know his work - go check him out!! He was the first person to get colour photography taken seriously in the '70s by the art world- until then it wasn't considered serious art unless it was in black and white, Eggleston led the way along with several other photographers in this colourist era.
Taking a night panorama of London including Blackfriars bridge, the wallow talkie and tower 42 and putting it through the app #Circular gives a weirdly cool picture #LoveLondon
Trying a combination of edits on this one - original pic taken of my eye in OGGL, then taken into TangledFX for the fibrous look, then taken through Snapseed for the black and white conversion. Love he way that zoomed out it looks like my eye but when zoomed in you definitely see the fibrous weirdness.
On the diverse editing apps here is a picture taken through TangledFX app for iOS Using the brush strokes preset. #TangledFX #LoveLondon
Having a busy busy few months but still really wanting to edit and grow with my 365 Edits endeavour I've been investigating some iOS apps that help me create diverse images on the fly as I go about daily life. The first is a photo to watercolour app called WaterLogue which allows you to select from a series of watercolour presets and then tweak a few aspects such as brightness or size of brush etc - this was my first effort.