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Creative Mobile Photography Tutorial By Natali Prosvetova

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First of all I must warn you, I am not sure that this tutorial will be so interesting and really useful for all readers…At least, this work is one of narrowly focused style, as well as, it is the result of manipulation and the imagination of a mad scientist))

However, I received several inquiries for clarification on creating this work and I hope that this lesson will inspire you to create your personal art-vibration (abstractions).

Accordingly, below will be presented just technical explanation.

If you’re still here, let’s start 😉

 

1. First things first, I processed one pic from my archive using one of my favorite apps Decim8. So, I got the next image.

 

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Image – © NaProsvet

I must say that I love this, playing with forms and colors and I want to run with it more!

 

 

2. Considering the initial capabilities of the resulting image I would like to run it through the TinyPlanet app.

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Image – © NaProsvet

This is what I need!

 

3. I want to make it look more artistic, so I run it through the Glaze app.

So I go to the next pic.

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Image – © NaProsvet


4. Thinking of the waves, I would like to see more motion and blue/cyan colors. Further, I used another image from my archives, that I also processed using Tiny Planet app. So, I merge them both, using Blender app., playing with the application settings “Blending Mode“

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Image – © NaProsvet


Finally I got the foundation of my final image.

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Image – © NaProsvet


5. However, this is not all.  I then process my images using the Tiled app. I have to confess that quite often I use it in the creation of my art-abstract works.

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Image – © NaProsvet


6. Finally, to complete my work I used the ScratchCam app.

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Image – © NaProsvet

That’s all!

As always – ”Let your imagination works on you!”

 


All the Apps Used In This Tutorial:

By NaProsvet

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.

6 replies on “Creative Mobile Photography Tutorial By Natali Prosvetova”

Good step by step – I have never gotten the hang of Decim 8 however. Some day..

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