Today’s iPhotograph of the day is a guest submission from Paul Cutright! Cutright described creating the piece, saying: It is entitled Butterfly Dreams, was shot with an iPhone 4S with Hipstamatic using Lucifer VI lens and Ina’s 1982 film. I further edited it slightly in Mobile Monet If you’re interested in seeing more of Cutright’s(…)
Today’s iPhotograph of the day is a guest submission from Kristin Moeller! This image, titled “Climbing Beetle”, was created using an iPhone 4S, on April 12, 2013 using Superimpose, PS Express, Glaze, TouchRetouch, and Tangled FX. If you’re interested in seeing more of Moeller’s work, check out her Flickr Stream.
I’ve been interested in trying out Totally Rad, Inc.’s PicTapGo for awhile, but I was put off by the $1.99 price tag, so when I noticed that the app was free today I couldn’t resist – and I decided to share my thoughts on the app as well. I’ve been a longtime user of Totally(…)
It’s Friday the 13th, but hopefully it won’t be unlucky for any of us! Today’s iPhotograph of the Day is an Appsperiment I created by first taking a simple image from Camera+, then processed it with TinyPlanet. Next, I processed the TinyPlanet image with Mextures, and then combined that image, and the original TinyPlanet version(…)
Fans of Camera Awesome, or anyone who’s been interested in trying out the app have no better time than now to download it, since the app is currently on sale through Monday, September 9, 2013. Smugmug, the app’s developers, have unlocked the entire catalog of the in-app purchases, which are usually $0.99 per set, $3.99(…)
Today Hipstamatic addicts were treated with another new Hipstapak, this one being the Buenos Aires Hipstapak, which features the “Diego” Lens, “Uchitel 20″ Film, and “Blanko C16″ Film. The Pak itself is influenced by photographer Deigo Uchitel, hence the names of the lens and film in the Pak, and they are described as follows: Diego(…)
This image was created using an iPhone 4S, with the Hipstamatic App (Jane Lens, DC Film). Then, the image was processed for clarity in Snapseed. Next, the image was double processed in Distressed FX, before being processed with LoMob. Finally, the image was processed once again with Snapseed for color adjustments.
A Beautiful Mess had an update this evening that had a few features worth mentioning, one of which that I for one felt was long overdue. The main features of the 1.06 update are several bug fixes, as well as a few new free borders, doodles, and fonts. But the main feature that I enjoyed(…)
This image was created using an iPhone 4S, with the Hipstamatic App (Lucifer VI Lens, US 1776 Film), then the image was processed using Snapseed.
Repix updated to version 1.4.1 a few days ago, and with that update came a few new brushes to add to its arsenal. The first brush is the Raven brush, which is a live brush – building upon the functionality they added in version 1.4 where the brushes interact with the user’s movements. With the(…)