The variety of modifications seem endless
Today I’ll share three iOS apps I sometimes use to modify photos. The three examples are taken from three days of Squareathon prompts and photos of the art I created.
On this first one, I used Inkwork* to modify the Cat Stevens black and white ink drawing I made in the 2018 Squareathon art challenge. The prompts are magenta and portrait. The original is bottom right.
Oh, baby, baby, it’s a wild world. 😊
*Inkwork instantly transforms your photos into unique and expressive ink drawings. Works on iPhone and iPad.
Over the summer I experimented with rolling ink onto natural objects (like leaves, ferns, etc.) and pressing/printing them. This feather is one of those items. For these prompts, olive green and feather, I used the app Brushstroke* to enhance the photo of my handmade black and white print.
*Brushstroke transforms your photos and snaps into beautiful paintings with one touch. Edit, sign, and share your work on social media. iPhone and iPad.
This is a photo I took in Ironton, Ohio while on a full moon walk last month. It spoke to me of modern and sky, two of this day’s prompts. I used the app, ToonCamera* to modify it.
*ToonCamera is a video and photography app that turns your world into a live cartoon. iPhone and iPad.
Hope you get a chance to check these out and have fun experimenting!