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iPhone Photography Tutorial – ‘Going On A Trip’ By Natali Prosvetova

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Recently one of my iFriends, Roger Guetta, one of the most talented artists, whose work never ceases to amaze and inspire me, gave a task.. a very challenging favour… He gave us an original photo of one of his students, and asked us to retouch it… and here we go!

What looked as a challenge before became a superb and interesting project and I truly enjoyed it.

Well, for some reason I’ll keep silent with others details of this challenge and move on now to my tutorial 😉

 

Original Image

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First of all I decided to give more fun for this pic =) and I ran it through the FunnyFace app. I should mention, that I really loved her great yellow scarf and her stylish glasses =)

 

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This picture I achieve by using the Pencil Camera app, using Canvas effect. I like the way it looks now but I would like to improve it by using Snapseed using apps settings (adjust Brightness, Ambiance, Contrast, Saturation etc.) 

 

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So far I do not see something special in it … I’ve mentioned that I liked her scarf! You know, it reminds me about some travelers …..
Excellent! So, I decided to direct her to a fascinating journey and I mark it with the old/vintage atlas 😉 As well as I little bit decorate her yellow scarf in a common style.

And now I am very pleased, this is the look I was after.

 

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These textures I combine with this being the resulting pic using the Blender app. Several times before, I have explained in detail using Blender app. and its settings.

You can find it in my previous tutorials… see here.

Natali Prosvetova aka NaProsvet lives in Moscow, Russia and has achieved great success with her iPhone photography. Her work has been published in the online Pixels: The Art of the iPhone gallery, iPhoneArt, TheAppWhisperer (of course) and more. Her works have also been exhibited at the Renaissance Fine Art & Design Gallery in Carmel, as well as Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa (MINA) in New Zealand and also at the first WiAM exhibition in Naples. Natali also took part in the friendly collaboration of Global Street Photography by Street Expose FB. Natali points iPhone photography as changing her life, for the better, she has been welcomed into the community and has met interesting and talented people from all around the world, above all it has increased her happiness and changed out outlook on life.

5 Comments

  • Janine Graf

    Such a fun and whimsical edit Natali! I do have a question though; the world atlas background, did you take that image and use Blender or some other app for layering, or is that atlas background a filter in an app somewhere? It looks GREAT! 😀

    • Janine Graf

      Wait . . . you used Blender! 🙂 My dog is currently nagging me for her food and therefore a big distraction. Mercy . . . 😉

    • Natali

      Hello dear Janine!!! Sorry for the delayed reply 🙁 it turned out that I have a the rare opportunity to be in touch. Thank you so much for your kind words and praise!!! Glad to know that you liked it!!!
      As to atlas – Earlier I processed original atlas background, (which I processed several times for other works) and now I just layering using Blender!

  • Cecily

    Very cool Nat!!! I love what you did here and I need to go check out that Pencil Camera app you mentioned!!!! Thanks for sharing!!