Mobile Photography / Art Tutorial – Creating and Using Reusable Elements with Jerry Jobe

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We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art tutorial for our reading and viewing pleasure.  Read Jobe’s thoughts about creating and reusing elements in your artwork (foreword by Joanne Carter). Take it away Jerry… Some artists who use photos as a base for their art are capable of capturing everything they want in … Read moreMobile Photography / Art Tutorial – Creating and Using Reusable Elements with Jerry Jobe

Mobile Art – Creative Tutorial – iColorama Procedural: Spinning Vinyl

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We are delighted to publish this creative tutorial using the app, iColorama to create a spinning vinyl record cover by Jerry Jobe, take a look…

 

“iColorama can do amazing things, with a little patience. I posted the image below in several iColorama Facebook groups, and it got a lot of response, so I’ll show you how to create a 45 RPM single, from scratch, in this great app.

This image used the app Over for text and Leonardo for placement onto a background and adding a shadow. Those tasks can be done in iColorama, but they are easier in other, specialised apps. While I don’t add text in the video, I do show you how to mask the disc onto a new background and create a drop shadow”.

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Mobile Art – Creative Tutorial – ‘A Friend Feels What You Feel’

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We are hugely delighted to publish this absolutely fantastic creative mobile photography tutorial by Carol Wiebe a highly talented mobile artist. We are sure you will love this!  Over to you (foreword by Joanne Carter).   ‘A Friend Feels What You Feel’ ©Carol Wiebe   Looking for Images I usually use my own images, but I … Read moreMobile Art – Creative Tutorial – ‘A Friend Feels What You Feel’

Mobile Photography / Art Tutorial – A Return With Tips on iColorama’s Text on a Curve

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We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art tutorial for our viewing pleasure. This time Jobe features some tips using the uber popular mobile art app iColorama to help you get to know it a little better.  Take it away Jerry…(foreword by Joanne Carter). “Life does go on, and people still have questions … Read moreMobile Photography / Art Tutorial – A Return With Tips on iColorama’s Text on a Curve

Mobile Videography – Five Tips for More Reliable Shooting with FiLMiC Pro App

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In this epic FiLMiC Pro v6 tutorial you’ll learn five simple techniques you can use before hitting record for increased reliability when shooting with Filmic Pro or any other video app on iPhone & iPad.

Click here to download FiLMiC Pro

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Viral Smartphone Photography & Video Techniques – Lightroom for Mobile – 18 Free Videos

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As we reported yesterday Adobe updated Lightroom for iOS to version 2.6 and Lightroom for Android to 2.2.2 with a host of new and very useful features (see here).

We have published this link (below) to a series of videos created by Adobe’s own Julieanne Kost as host. She has covered Lightroom for Mobile (iOS) from end to end, including these new features.

Enjoy!

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Mobile Photography / Art Tutorial – Four years of Tutorials: iColorama Basic Photo Enhancement

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We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art tutorial for our viewing pleasure. This time Jobe takes a look a back at the past year and the 37 app tutorials he has created (we have linked to them below). He also takes a look at the highly accomplished app – iColorama to help you get to know it a little better.  Take it away Jerry…(foreword by Joanne Carter).

“Well, another year has gone by. Four years ago, the day after the last US presidential elections, I started posting tutorials on iPhoneography apps. A lot has changed in those four years. I’ve covered over 150 apps, and learned a lot about how to manipulate images on your iPhone or iPad. Some consider me an expert, but all I really want to do is to make sure the average person who finds a love for digital artistry can use the tools they pick up, and perhaps let them know which tools to pick up in the first place.

If you’re interested in which 37 apps I covered in the last year, I will list them at the end of this article. But for now, let’s move forward!

Last week I covered Microsoft Selfie, an app that does noise reduction and skin smoothing on the fly on those selfies you grab. I was going to turn to Microsoft Pix, which does the same sort of thing for images you capture with the back camera. However, it’s a little more complicated than it should be and the results are mediocre. Also, it does not capture at full resolution. Quite frankly, I am getting tired of these kinds of apps that tout themselves as quick and wonderful and yet deliver below-par results. We deserve better. The technology is there, but the instant profit is not, so we get stuck with low-res images from a huge company like Microsoft.

Can I get results as good with apps I already have? Well, sure. I can even do more, in just a couple of minutes, using an app like iColorama. In order to prove that I could get good results through iColorama using a low-res original, I took a shot with the front camera on my iPad. These cameras are known for not producing very nice images, and this one had a lot of noise and blockiness. Nevertheless, I wasn’t happy with the after image since it wasn’t that good an image to start with. The lower the resolution, and the more noise you have, the less likely you are to recover dark areas, such as the ones surrounding my eyes”.

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Mobile Photography / Art Tutorial – Microsoft Selfie and Prisma: A Couple of Tips

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We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art tutorial for our viewing pleasure. This time Jobe takes a look at two apps, Microsoft Selfie and Prisma.  Take it away Jerry…(foreword by Joanne Carter).

Some apps, quite frankly, don’t need a whole lot of explanation. A tap, a choice made, a slider, and you’re done. However, just because they are simple and popular doesn’t mean that you can’t get more out of them with a couple of tips about them. That’s why I am covering a couple of very simple apps today: Microsoft Selfie and Prisma. (One other commonality between the apps is that they are available for Android as well as iOS devices).”

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Mobile Photography / Art Tutorial – Good Hydrations: How Much Water Do You Need?

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We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art tutorial for our viewing pleasure. This time Jobe takes a look a new watercolour app – Paint Logue and compares it to some of the other current popular watercolour apps.  Take it away Jerry…(foreword by Joanne Carter).

"How many hammers do you need? Given my ability to bend any nail, I definitely need a claw hammer. I’ve got a pipe wrench with a hammer head on the back, for those frustrating moments when the pipe fitting WON’T BUDGE. But since I’m not pounding dents into or out of metal, I have no real need for a ball-peen hammer. (Besides the fact that I love the phrase “ball peen hammer”. It’s fun! Say it with me: Ball Peen Hammer.)

Why am I talking about hammers when I should be talking about iPhoneography apps? It just came to mind when I saw that another watercolour app was available for free this past weekend. It’s called Paint Logue (yes, there is a space in the middle – it’s not Paintlogue) and it is by a company called Nine Curves. It was first released in September, but it’s already on release 3.1.

At first I wasn’t even going to bother downloading it, because watercolour effects are easily obtainable in many, many apps. To use my analogy, who needs another hammer? It would have to be very special, and Paint Logue is not a special hammer. So rather than go into depth with an app that isn’t that deep, I think I’ll compare it to other watercolour effects. In addition to Paint Logue, I’ll look at Waterlogue, Becasso, Aquarella, and my go-to app, iColorama.

I’ll be using this bicycle image that I captured last week at Disney World’s Animal Kingdom".

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Mobile Photography – Musings on Mobile Art

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This week our Mobile Photography Tutorial Writer, Jerry Jobe has decided to take an overall look at mobile art and questions whether it really is art. Take it away Jerry…(foreword by Joanne Carter).

“I’m out of town for the week, so I thought I’d step outside my usual review/tutorial to give my own take on a topic that comes up repeatedly on various forums: is what I’m doing art? For that matter, is what you are doing art?”

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