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While I was at home all week-end chillin I decided to have some fun with an image and a couple of my iPhone apps.
The image itself is a wild berry blossom that I photographed in late April while out birding.
At the beginning of this month I emailed myself a copy of the image to get it on my iPhone 7+, and yesterday had a play with two of my apps.
First I distorted the image using the app Tiny Planet, then I added a couple of Textures using the app Distressed FX
I really like look the Textures added to the image. It looks more artistic don’t you think? Do you have a preference of one over the other? I’m really having fun with the creative opportunities these two apps have opened up to me.
Just to let you know I’m not affiliated with either of these app companies. I bought them both with my own money, and they don’t give me anything for mentioning or using their products. I’m just sharing the links in case you’re interested in checking them out yourself.
Oh, I used Snapseed to put on my Copyright watermark on the bottom image. I’m not affiliated with that company either.
Thank you all for your thoughts, and lovely wishes for me and my family to get well soon. Thankfully, we’re all over the bug, and hope it doesn’t return anytime soon!
I hope you all have a lovely week!
Nikon D700| iPhone 7 Plus| Hoodman Digital Film| PS CC 207| Tiny Planet app| Distressed FX app
more to come…
Copyright ©2015 Deborah M. Zajac. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Throw out the blanket, or find a nice rock in the shade, then relax and let the perfumed breeze fill your senses with the sweet scent of Spring.
I took the above image a couple of weeks ago while hiking in Calero County Park in South San Jose, CA. I and several other photographers hiked 5.5 miles and spent 6 hours photographing wildflowers.
Here’s another one from that day…
Triteleia Laxa- or it’s common name Ithuriel’s spear. This is the first time I’ve seen this wildflower, and I found it again in Sunol, CA last Saturday!
A friend and I went for an easy hike in Sunol Regional Wilderness Saturday morning and we found these tiny mushrooms.
…and nearby along the creek where it pooled up a bit we found this lovely little bouquet of Spreading Fleabane…
I used my Lensbaby Composer Pro with Soft Focus Optic at f/4 for all the images, and for the mushrooms, and Triteleia Laxa I also used the 16mm Macro Converter. For the two landscape images I used the Wide Angle Attachment all mounted to my Nikon Df.
On this last image of the Spreading Fleabane I really like the swirling background and how much it reminds me of the Petzval Lenses.
I hope you find time to enjoy Spring this week!
More to come…