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MyPadLive – iPad Processing With AntiCrop And TouchRetouch

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Teri Lou has just completed her first video tutorial to her brand new Column on theappwhisperer.com, MyPadLive. In this iPad video demonstration Teri Lou explains how to use AntiCrop and TouchRetouch to improve your image. She processes an image from the Palouse using the application AntiCrop to expand the canvas and TouchRetouch to improve the repeating pattern.

We hope you find this video as inspiring and creative as we do. If it inspires you, you can download the apps included in this video below:

AntiCrop – $0.99/£0.69/download
TouchRetouch – $0.99/£0.69/download

 

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By Teri Lou Dantzler

Teri Lou Dantzler is a professional Photographer with the creativity and insight that it takes to craft artistic images. Her camera of choice is the iPhone and her processing device is an iPad; both are loaded with many photographic applications and are conveniently with her all the time. Teri Lou’s vast knowledge of these applications has earned her the title of “iPhone Guru” and ‘App Queen.”

As an instructor of iPhone Photography workshops and online courses her goal is to inspire, motivate and demonstrate what is photographically possible when using these devices and applications.

Visit her inspirational site to see amazing images and for additional information regarding online courses and workshops. http://www.teriloublog.com

11 replies on “MyPadLive – iPad Processing With AntiCrop And TouchRetouch”

Actually use these apps. With the way the un interrupted horizon is now becoming interrupted here in the southwest, they mitigate visual damage. I just have fat finger issues. 😉

Great tutorial…I never use the clone tool in touch/retouch but now I know ” how” and see many possibilities.

Love both of these apps and am certainly going to get them. What is “mirroring” ?

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