parallel ll perspectives With Catherine Restivo & JQ Gaines – Fifth Edition

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We are delighted to publish the fifth edition of the wonderful parallel ll perspectives column of Catherine Restivo and JQ Gaines. In this article, they use an image taken by JQ Gaines in New York City to create two incredibly different images.

Parallel ll perspectives is all about using one image and seeing how it can be apped in different ways to create two completely diverse overall images. We have created two separate screen shows of both of their images along with their own individual tutorial audio to demonstrate this entirely. We really hope you enjoy this wonderful column, many thanks to Catherine and JQ for their excellent work.

We have also included still images of each shot too with apps used and links to the app store incase you feel inspired to try some yourself.

 

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JQ’s Video

 

Catherine’s Video

 

JQ’s Still Images

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Original shot

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Cropped with Snapseed

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Procreate

 

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Snapseed

 

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Catherine’s Still Images

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Original Image

 

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Filterstorm

 

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Filterstorm

 

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TouchRetouch

 

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Final Image

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Snapseed

 

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8 thoughts on “parallel ll perspectives With Catherine Restivo & JQ Gaines – Fifth Edition

  1. Oh bravo you two!!!! I truly love this column and seeing your different spins of the same image! Catherine, the first thing that caught my eye was the red arrow as well, so I’m glad you attacked that bit! So fun to watch the transformation through both your eyes and different creative styles! Love this! xoxo

    • Thank you so much!!! So glad you like this! I always love to see how each of us “sees” the photo too… Sort of like our own rorschach test. 😉 xoxo

  2. Fantastic column JQ and RoseCat!
    What a fun, entertaining and inspiring column again.
    It this difference in perspectives between artists which I find so intriguing.
    Keep up the amazing work ladies.

  3. Interesting seeing the steps. Would be MUCH better if there were some text explanation under each still image to describe what the steps is accomplishing, rather than just listing the app. This would be more a tutorial, but still, would be helpful to add this step.
    Cheers~

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