We are delighted to publish our latest iOS photography app tutorial, this time with the very successful app Union by Pixite. Jerry Jobe has written Part 1 of this wonderful blending app to help you gain greater control via the user interface. Over to you Jerry (forward by Joanne Carter).
“I’m a huge fan of the apps by Pixite. Last year around this time, I published articles on Tangent (see here), LoryStripes (see here) and Fragment (see here), followed later in the year by the brand-new Matter (see here). I even covered the app developed by Ben Guerrette pre-Pixite: DecoSketch (see here). So, naturally, I was excited when Pixite introduced two other apps in 2014: Union and Shift. I’ll be covering both of them in the weeks to come.
Union is Pixite’s blending app, working the same ground as Image Blender and Superimpose. I’ve covered both of those apps, along with the Blend feature in iColorama. I’ve given basic information on blending several times, including the use of blend modes like Multiply and Overlay. I won’t be repeating that information here. Instead, we’ll see if the user interface is more conducive to your workflow, and if the controls available are flexible enough for the work you want Union to do”.