We have a new section at TheAppWhisperer.com and it’s called ‘The Recipe I Can’t Live Without’, within that we are asking highly successful mobile artists to give us their one recipe (tutorial) they can’t live without in relation to editing their images. Kicking us off today, is M. Cecilia Sao Thiago from Brazil. She has created an brilliant family portraiture recipe . To read the others in this new series, please go here. (foreword by Joanne Carter)
We are delighted to bring to you the fifth in our brand new series of interviews within our Portrait of an Artist column entitled ‘Seeing through the eyes…’. This is a section that has been created by our wonderful Portrait of an Artist Editor, Ile Mont. Mont has been inspired by the life and works of Carolyn Hall Young, as so many of us have. Young was the main contributor to our Portrait of an Artist Flickr pool and filled it with portraits of so many wonderful people, not only of herself. It is for this reason that Mont wanted to create this section, to enable us to view the artists style through their own eyes. At the end of each interview, Mont will keep Young’s tradition alive, with a portrait of herself, seen through the eyes of the artist. In this case, you will see that at the end of this interview there is a portrait of Mont, seen through the eyes of Juta Jazz, what a gift!
Please continue to post your mobile portraiture to our dedicated Flickr group, that way, Mont will search through these artists first to interview. (foreword by Joanne Carter).
All images in this interview ©Juta Jazz and the final image is a collaboration ©Ile Mont/©Juta Jazz
We are revitalising our Top Five Apps section to our Photo App Lounge column. This a section within TheAppWhisperer where we ask highly accomplished mobile photographers and artists to list their top five apps and to explain why they have selected them. Kicking us off today is highly regarded and experienced mobile photographer and artist, Marguerite … Read moreMobile Photography & Art – My Top Five Apps by Marguerite Khoury from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Many thanks to our incredible APPart editor Bobbi McMurry for selecting our new APPart Facebook cover art, this time by Jenny Pieters. We are further graced as Pieters has also detailed her process and we have included it here, thank you both so much.
We are revitalising our Top Five Apps section to our Photo App Lounge column. This a section within TheAppWhisperer where we ask highly accomplished mobile photographers and artists to list their top five apps and to explain why they have selected them. Kicking us off today is highly accomplished mobile artist Maria Cecilia de São … Read moreMobile Photography & Art – My Top Five Apps by Maria Cecilia de São Thiago from São Paulo, Brazil
I hope you’ve been following The Photography Show articles I have been posting, if not, please go here. We (Vivi and I) presented incredible material and the audience were totally capitvated. In our third seminar we included mobile art and photography tutorials, created by some of our Columnists. In this post I will recreate the tutorial by Bobbi McMurry, editor of our APPart Column, that we presented to the audience on 24th March 2015. This is one of four tutorials and demonstrations that we presented in Seminar 3 and we followed these with our incredible Flickr Group Showcase of curated images from our specially set up Flickr Group for the show, where we asked for new and unique images, we’ll be posting this once we have published all of the tutorials.
We are delighted to publish this wonderful article by our APPart Editor Bobbi McMurry, it relates to a question she raised within our Facebook Group for this column. We are sure you will find this incredibly informative. Over to you Bobbi (foreword by Joanne Carter).
“A few weeks ago we had a lively discussion (within our specific Facebook group for this Column – see here), about the one art app we couldn’t live without. There were 155 posts in this talk that not only named specific apps, but also touched on the aspects we like about our go-to apps.
I have created a summary highlighting the items mentioned in our APPart conversation. Please note, this summary in no way attempts to cover the vast array of features contained in these very robust apps”.
We’re delighted to publish this fascinating tutorial by our new Columnist to our APPart Column Bobbi McMurry. In this demonstration, Bobbi explains how to create a fabulous piece of art using only one app to one photograph, don’t miss this. Over to you Bobbi (foreword by Joanne Carter).
“This piece was for a Facebook challenge in which you create an image using only one photo and one app. This was a good exercise for me as I usually use a multitude of images and at least three apps. I also thought this would be a good image to do a tutorial with, due to its simplicity”.
This app utilises the ‘manual focus/exposure’ features of iOS8, and instead of taking single photo takes a series of photos and saves them in an internal gallery. The user can then open the photo and change focus/exposure at anytime in the future by just moving sliders.
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Welcome to our Photo App Lounge section of theappwhisperer.com. This is an area on our site where we ask highly accomplished mobile photographers what their top five photo apps are and why. Last week we published the Top Five Photo Apps as recommended by Yannick Brice , Cedric Blanchon, Irene Sneddon and our Columnist and … Read moreTop Five Photo Apps – Photo App Lounge – Louise Fryer