Mobile Photography & Art – The Recipe I Can’t Live Without with Vicki Cooper from the United States

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We have opened a brand new section at TheAppWhisperer.com today and it’s called ‘The Recipe I Can’t Live Without‘. Within it we are asking highly successful mobile artists to share their favourite mobile editing workflow recipe with us. Kicking us off today, is Vicki Cooper from the United States, check out her recipe below: (foreword by Joanne Carter)

 

Serves: All

Cooks: In 20 Minutes

Difficulty: Not Too Tricky

Genre:  Super Portraiture Family Classics

Method

1.  Select a portrait from Pixabay.

iColorama

2. Open the image in iColorama.

3. Select Style/Simplify #3 Level 3/Apply.

4.  Still within iColorama, go to Style/Threshold to create images for masking for later use. Select #1 and #3.

5.  Go to Input/Effects/Distort and use saved duplicate of image on screen. Select the setting within Distort that you prefer. Apply.

6. Still within iColorama, go to Tone/Cine #37 and select Apply.

7.  Next go to Mask/brush, Mask/import. I used the saved threshold image #for this mask.

8. Next go to Tone/Cine 1 #19 and select Apply.

9. Go to Effects/Raise 1 and Apply.

10.  Go to Mask/Brush Mask/Invert.

11.  Go to Style/Water #1, adjust the settlings and select Apply.

12.  Go to Adjust/Levels Adjust levels to your taste.

13.  Go to Mask and Remove.

14.  Go to Form/Mirror #1 Apply.

15.  Go to Form/Mirror #3/Apply and Save.

16. Close iColorama and go to your saved photos and open last saved image. Go to edit and change from landscape to portrait and select Save.

17.  Reopen iColorama and upload the newly saved portrait version of your image.

The Finished Portrait

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5 thoughts on “Mobile Photography & Art – The Recipe I Can’t Live Without with Vicki Cooper from the United States”

  1. Brilliant, Vicki, and brilliant, Joanne, for cooking up this idea. This is a cool way to present art methods, and I am looking forward to the recipe book that will result.

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  2. There are a few steps that I am not sure how to execute
    How do you suggest I go about fonding the answers?
    Thanks

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  3. Again… Can someone answer these questions?

    Step 4 needs more explaination (not everyone knows iC well)

    Step 7 = what # and how

    Step 12 – using Apply or not – it doesn’t say

    Step 13 please explain how to do this

    Thank you

    Reply
  4. Can someone answer these questions?

    Step 4 needs more explaination (not everyone knos iC well)

    Step 7 = what # and how

    Step 12 – using Apply or not – it doesn’t say

    Step 13 please explain how to do this

    Thank you

    Reply
  5. Can someone answer these questions?

    Step 4 needs more explaination (not everyone knos iC well)

    Step 7 = what # and how

    Step 12 – using Apply or not – it doesn’t say

    Step 13 – please explain how to do this

    Thank you

    Reply

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