Our new mobile photography tutorial section is in full swing and we’ve received much acclaim from the mobile photography community, thanks to all. If you’ve missed our previous tutorials you can read them here.
This is my first tutorial for theappwhisperer and is quite brief but will show you how I created my very popular image ‘ambiguity’.
Take a look below and if it inspires you to want to create something similar, we have included links to the various apps used at the end of this feature.
Final Image "ambiguity"
This is my final image, the one I am going to show you how to create.
This is my original shot, I took this with the Slow Shutter Cam app. I saved the image and opened it in Squaready and then cropped the image. I then saved it and opened it in Pixlromatic in order to ‘spice’ up the colors. I saved the image.
Next, I opened the image in Superimpose and added a self-made texture to the photo.
Having saved the image in Superimpose, next I opened the image in Halftone and created a second version of it.
I then opened Filterstorm and blended in part of the Halftone version within it.
I reopened the image in Pixlromatic and desaturated the colors and added fine black frame. Then my image, "ambiguity" was ready.