Sunday, August 9, 2009

Artrageous iPhone Pix

Hi photo buddies! Digital Diva for this posting. The hardest part of making iPhone art is remembering the apps I use. I get tweaking the photo so fast that I lose track of what I'm doing. And with no uber-app like Photoshop to keep a history of my manipulations, I'm forced to trace back my steps to tell how I did each image. Which, truthfully is a good thing, since it helps me remember what works for the next time. Here are my latest artrageous iPhone pix and how they came to be to the best of my recollection.

For this photo, I used Photogene to overexpose the image of a Haida sculpture face and the sunset photo, since I knew I would be combining them in BlendPhoto. I used a medium amount of detailing in ShockMyPic and finished it off in EdgePix.

This detail of a Haida glass sculpture was tweaked in Photogene for exposure, etc. then I added ShockmyPic and finished it with EdgePix.

I used Photo Sketch for this drawing of the Haida detail.

This photo of the Haida face was combined with an overexposed (in Photogene) photo of clear Lake Tahoe water and rocks. (Combined using BlendPhoto again.


  1. I don't see an EdgePix app listed. Where did you find it?

  2. Alas, EdgePix no longer exists. I have no idea why - it just disappeared from the app store. However, there is a new app called PhotoFinish that has some wonderful edges in it - even more than EdgePix. I'm loving it.