I have been experimenting some more with the fantastic selection of photographic apps available through the apple store. These tree images taken in a snowy field in St Albans England on my Nikon D90 and were severely underexposed. I converted using Lightroom and CS4 adjusting exposure and converting to mono. I then decided to import to my iphone and run the images through some apps. Firstly into snapseed my favourite exding app to crop and tidy up a bit. Then into distressed FX, which has some amazing textures in it. I choose the charm texture and tweaked the controls for the effects I wanted. Then into Mextures another great texture app where you can layer effects on top of each other. The processing was pretty much the same for both images and goes to show that you can get some great finishes to an image no matter what format your using. Here are some more images that followed the same processes. I’ve included before and after pics.
The Birds were added using Distressed FX as well. Another good app for adding effects is Lenslight although you might be restricted to a lower resolution. It’s worth remembering to check the size that each app saves your files always go for the maximum settings available. I hope to post some more images soon, please feel free to ask any questions on these edited images.
- The iPhone Photography Apps You Need – By Paul Brown (theappwhisperer.com)
- 7 apps that every iPhone photographer should use (idownloadblog.com)
- Top Five Photo Apps – Photo App Lounge With Nico Brons (theappwhisperer.com)
- Best iPhone camera and photo editing apps (iphonelatestupdates.wordpress.com)
- 12 Everyday Mobile Apps To Make Life Easier (shoretelsky.com)
- Nikon D90 – Quick Retouch (vidhyaac.wordpress.com)
- Mextures review: mixed textures make beautiful pictures (techteenius.wordpress.com)