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Apps used: iColorama, Snapseed, Photo FX Ultra

 

Made with the apps PAINT/ Pixlr/ Photo Editor and PicsArt on tablet

Created for Kreative People's TREAT THIS (118)

 

Source image: Chopsticks and Source image: Lanterns courtesy of lemon~art.

Many thanks for the source images.

  

Thank you for your interest and your view - comments are very welcome.

But please note : All rights reserved. This photo is not authorized for use on your blogs, pin boards, websites or use in any other way.

©ArtundUnart

Taken with my Olympus mirrorless camera in Havana, Cuba in April, 2016. Processed with Snapseed and Enlight apps.

I used my iPhone6 for the underlying wall photo, and processed with Prisma, distressedfx, matter app.

I took this in Cape Cod this summer (2016) at the fishing pier in PTown, MacMillan Wharf. Used my Olympus OMD EM 1 and processed with the Phototoaster and Brushstroke apps.

I shot this with my iPhone camera when the tide was out on the Brewster Flats in Cape Cod. Processed in Snapseed and Enlight apps.

Painted from a photograph using the iPad app called Painterly

Somehow I don't think the surface of Mars looks quite like this? Booley Bay near Duncannon today. Fun playing with the Painteresque app on my iPhone HSS

Photo taken and edited entirely with my Samsung Galaxy S5 using an Android editing app called Photostudio

HWW! Believe it or not the colour on this iPhone photo is barely enhanced, I just ran it through the Painterly App. Also for my own group Takeaways and chip shops of the world group, new members always welcome.

Upload from phone app. In haunted campground outside MV. I'm hearing strange sounds. If I disappear you know where I was last. Hairs standing up on back of neck!!! Lights out!!!! Wish me luck. 😁

 

And thank you for taking the time to take a look at my photos and as always, your views, comments, faves, and support are greatly appreciated!! Have a great weekend my friends :)

 

If you have any questions about this photo or about photography in general, I will do my best to help, just post a comment or send me a Flickr mail and I will respond as quickly as possible.

Apps used: Superimpose, Leonardo, iColorama, Stackables

Apps: Snapseed, Grunge, Image blender and Lo-mob

Apps used: ProCamera, Stackables This was captured in an unused hallway off the main corridor where chairs and event furniture were stacked. A red settee had its back to the wall sunning itself in the warm morning sun.

Created on my cell phone with an Android app called fractview

Did I mention how much I lurve the Prisma app?

A few trees at Bachecci Open Space given a bit of Prisma.

Metal sculpture of an angel processed with an iPhone app

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Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends in the US!! ♥

 

Best viewed large.

 

Processed with mobile apps iColorama and Stackables.

 

My photography and creative work is copyright protected and may not be used anywhere without my express permission.

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> CLICK HERE < for this picture in high resolution

 

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📷 SONY ⍺6000 (ILCE-6000) with vintage manual

Canon nFD 35~105mm ƒ/3.5 Macro

available light | manual exposure and focusing

 

No long exposure, no ND filter: 128 single frames stacked in-camera by SONY Smooth Reflection camera app - which outputs the whole thing as a RAW file! Best 5€ I ever spent - and the main reason I will always keep that ⍺7RII and ⍺6000: SONY in its infinite wisdom removed the apps from all cameras starting with the ⍺7III :-(

 

Here's the lens used for this shot on my SONY ⍺6000

Lens EXIF written with ExifMixer | ExifTool

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If you have amazing shots done with any kind of Canon mount lens (LTM, FL, FD or EF; 3rd party EF) on a SONY E-mount camera please share them in my group

.: Canon mount lenses on SONY E-mount cameras :.

with Canon EF->SONY E-mount adapter thread

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Apps used: iPhone6 camera, Snapseed, Formulas

Apps: Snapseed, Enlight, Stackables, RipPix, Image Blender and Photo Fixer

App: Snapseed (drama and glamour glow 25%)

Source image antiques shot in first comment box,from myself.

The source image i combined with a selfie on the left,and on the right, a shot of a friend of mine in a hospital corridor, duplicated in part.

 

***Apps used are Painnt on Android Apps,done on my tablet. First Painnt to process the image and give it a more eerie look. Then i added in the corridor shots using Pixlr overlay function on my tablet. The Painnt filter i used is Hurricane,iirc. It gives a b+w effect. Painnt has on all their filters,the option to reduce the transparency of each filter,so the variations you can have are endless.

 

For:

*** Treat This 204 - Friday 14 September - Thursday 20 September

www.flickr.com/groups/1752359@N21/discuss/72157701292614455/

 

***Now Open: September Contest “Nostalgia”

www.flickr.com/groups/handheldart/discuss/72157700201772224/

Apps: Procreate, Stackables, Superimpose, Delta, Sparkmode, Pixelmator, Etchings, iColorama

For HandHeld Art's August 2018 Contest "Flower Power"

 

www.flickr.com/groups/handheldart/discuss/72157693334740510/

 

Edited on the iPad. Apps used:

Superimpose X, Inkwork, Glaze, Flamepainter.

 

Visit my Kreative People group member : Highlight Gallery

 

Apps used: Plain, Procreate, iColorama, Rollworld, Superimpose, Big Photo. Image was inspired by the Dana Gioia poem "Equations of Light."

Apps: Snapseed, Diptic

Just for fun, I dont have my computer just my ipad pro, so I am playing around with apps. This is a pretty neat app, it makes reflections out of your images. Ok, it is not suitable for everything but it is neat. Camera shake effect of course. Very slow speed, very fast jerk.

Off to catch up.

Apps: Snapseed, iColorama, Paint Can

Neighborhood`s animals. For my album Animals. Take a look….

 

Bench & flowers in Broadford village, Co. Limerick, an iPhone image processed with Distressed FX App. HBM & HWW!

Here's a bit of fun for a lockdown Sunday... The original photo of autumn leaves is in the first comment. It got converted to huge pixels in a drawing app I have, see below, and the rolled up in the RollWorld App.

 

HSS!

No just one bee on 2 different flowers, I then used double exposure from one of my Apps.

Apps: Hipstamatic, Mextures & Pixelmator

Roast beef dinner, home made Yorkshire puddings & a glass (or 2) of this fine looking bottle of wine all await me this afternoon

Happy Sliders Sunday! iPhone photo processed using the Prisma App. Thank goodness you're not limited to square format any more.

Apps used: ProCamera, Camera+, Image Blender, Stackables

All elements shot with an iPhone6 using ProCamera and SlowShutterCam.

Edited on iPad with Mextures and Leonardo apps.

 

To learn more about creative photography processes and art on an iPhone you might be interested in my book co-written with Bob Weil:

 

www.amazon.com/The-Art-iPhone-Photography-Creating/dp/193...

 

and website: www.iphoneographycentral.com

All elements shot with an iPhone6 and SlowShutterCam.

Edited on iPad with Mextures and Leonardo apps.

 

To learn more about creative photography processes and art on an iPhone you might be interested in my book co-written with Bob Weil:

 

www.amazon.com/The-Art-iPhone-Photography-Creating/dp/193...

 

and website: www.iphoneographycentral.com

Apps used: Eraser, Kaleidoscope, Stackables, Sparkmode, Superimpose, iColorama, Brushstroke, Pixlromatic, Big Photo

Apps used: iPhone6s ProCamera, Camera+, Stackables

made on tablet

apps : PicsArt and Infinite Painter

  

Created for Kreative People's TREAT THIS (118)

 

Source image: Chopsticks and Source image: Lanterns courtesy of lemon~art

Many thanks for the source images.

  

Thank you for your interest and your view - comments are very welcome.

But please note : All rights reserved. This photo is not authorized for use on your blogs, pin boards, websites or use in any other way.

©ArtundUnart

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