Here is the original shot. It was taken from across the street of this nifty little small town pharmacy using the standard camera on the iPhone 4S.
Here is the final version. It has been edited using Snapseed. The only thing that is not Snapseed is the signature and copyright date which is done in Phonto.
Since Snapseed is now free (can I get a refund?) for smartphones if you have a smartphone you can download it. You can right click on the original photo and download that too and save it on your smart6phone to use as your basis for learning how to edit photos on the phone.
What would your final photo look like? Would you just use Snapseed or do you prefer other free photo editing programs?
A wall hanging – sort of modern art on a stick
I’d love to tell you which filters I used, but since I was out and about rather than sitting on my butt at home, all I can say is to go to PhotoStudio (the app) and start with a line drawing – then go from there.
Let your mind and your creativity take you to wherever the effect is pleasing.
Hope my friend gets called back for the gig after driving all the way to Allston-Brighton for casting call.
Cropped in Snapseed, edited using a lomo filter in BeFunky
Same Snapseed cropped photo filtered with Mobile Monet
Same Snapseed cropped photo, with lomo, now with pencil paint in Photo Studio
After pencil painting, then a black and white filter…
Back to the Snapseed crop – black and white filter
Which demonstrates what lengths to which I will go when I am left to my own devices while holding down a chair at an Emergency Room for way too many hours…