Mobile Photography Interview ‘A Day in the Life of Bobbi McMurry’ from Phoenix, Arizona, United States

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Welcome to our very exciting interview column on theappwhisperer.com. This section entitled “A Day in the Life of…” is where we take a look at some hugely influential, interesting, newcomers as well as accomplished individuals in the mobile photography and art world… people that we think you will love to learn more about. This is our 126th interview of the series. If you have missed our previous interviews, please go here.

Today we are featuring our very own AppArt Editor, Bobbi McMurry, she is an integral part of TheAppWhisperer and we value her and also her art very highly, as you will also, when you see the images in this interview.

We are sure you are going to enjoy this, if you would like to take part in our A Day in the Life interview series, please send an email to myself at Joanne@theappwhisperer.com and I will get back to you.

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Mobile Photography / Art Tutorial – Glitché Part 2: Deconstruction At A Price

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We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art video tutorial for our  viewing pleasure. This is Part 2 of Jobe’s Glitche Tutorial (if you missed Part 1, please go here). Take it away Jerry…

Glitche retails for $.99/£0.79 and you can download it here

Part one of our look at Glitché showed you how to bring images or video into the app, how to create an animated GIF, and the first half of the available effects. Part two will wrap up the look, and there’s a lot to cover!

The effect LCD also makes multiple copies of your image, with color shifts. The color can be shifted further with the slider, and the Mode button will rotate through some subtle color changes. I liked this look so much that I saved it off and used it as the basis for a piece I’ll show at the end.

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Mobile Photography / Art Tutorial – Glitché Part 1: Mangled Beauty

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We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art video tutorial for our  viewing pleasure. This time Jobe takes a look at the app Glitche – this is part 1 of 2 parts. Take it away Jerry…

Glitche retails for $.99/£0.79 and you can download it here

“Sometimes I start putting together a tutorial and think it will be a simple matter of throwing up a few screenshots and cruising to some neat images. When I stopped getting screenshots for Glitché, I found I had 90 images and videos. It is a much deeper app than I gave it credit for being.

Glitché sells for 99 cents on the App Store, and there is an Android version. It works on both the iPhone and iPad in portrait mode. I will be showing screens from the iPad version. I’ll show you how to bring images into Glitché and many of the effects here in part one; output , the remaining effects, and video will be shown in part two”.

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Mobile Art App Tutorial – APPart – ‘Glitché’ by Bobbi McMurry

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Last week Bobbi (our editor for this APPart column) published a brief overview of Glitché app, if you missed that please go here. She also promised a more in-depth tutorial and today has delivered. Please enjoy this (foreword by Joanne Carter).

“If you’ve ever looked at my artwork, you know that I create with extensive layering. While I’m not a fan of “push-button” art, i.e.: apply an effect and your done, I do like “specialty apps” to create images that can be layered into my work. For me, Glitché is just that kind of app. Glitché caught my eye because of it’s ability to create a sort of wireframe overlay of any given image and export the result as a high resolution image. The basic app is reasonably priced at $.99/£0.79, although to get the high-res option, you are required to make an in-app purchase of $2.99/£1.99.

Glitché has 26 presets, each with similar variations that can be applied. I could find no built-in instructions or tutorials, but its interface is pretty intuitive. Unfortunately, there is no “undo” in this app, which makes for laborious and cumbersome experimentation”.  

 

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APPart – Mobile Art – iOS App ‘Glitché

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We’re delighted to publish this brief introduction to an app you may not be immediately familiar with, Glitché.   Bobbi is currently working on a tutorial for this app, to be published shortly. (Foreword by Joanne Carter).

 

“I began making art on my iPhone in 2012 and became an immediate ‘appwhore’. I think I had every available editing app residing on the home screen of my iPhone. Fortunately, it wasn’t long till I found a couple of painting apps I loved allowing me to consolidate the number of apps I needed.

Pretty early on in my mobile art adventure, I ran across an app that allowed me to create a “wireframe” overlay on my images and I used it all the time only to find that it’s lack of resolution wasn’t what I wanted. Last week, Claude Panneton posted an image that contained that same effect, so naturally I inquired. Glitché is the name and it retails for $.99/£0.79.

If, however, you are looking to make high-resolution imagery, you will need an in-app purchase “High Res Export” for $2.99/£1.99”.

Glitché has 22 effects to choose from. Everything from grid to emoji. While many will use this app as a stand alone (ie: Kim Kardashian likes the app and wrote a review. I plan to use Glitché in my layering; similar to the way I use Trimaginator – running effects to an image and layering parts and pieces of that result into my work. Special thanks to Claude for the app introduction!”

http://glitche.com

 

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