I love taking images of flowers and creating stunning art from them. In this tutorial I demonstrate how from taking quite an ordinary flower image how to transform it into a beautiful piece of art.
Take a look at the steps below and see if you can also create something like this. All the apps I’ve used are available with links at the end of this article.
This is the final image, the one I am going to show you how to create.
This is the original image, I took this with the default iPhone camera.
Next, I ran it through the addLib app until I found a compostion that I liked. I knew I wanted to incorporate squares into that composition so, prior to using AddLib, I cropped the original image square using Iris Photo Suite.
Next I ran the "AddLib’d" image through Moku Hanga randomly to give it some deeper color and texture.
To make the flowers more the focal point, I next ran the image back through Iris Photo Suite to crop it square.
Finally, I used the Overcooked HDR filter in Dynamic Light to make the colors and texture pop just a bit more and this is my stunningily creative image.
Links To All Apps Used In This Tutorial
Iris Photo Suite