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What Apps Are We Using This Month? with Jane Schultz

Welcome to TheAppWhisperer’s new section, “what apps are we using this month” series, where we discover which apps you are particularly enjoying. Kicking us off is non-other than Award Winning Mobile Photographer, Jane Schultz.


Jane Schultz is represented exclusively by TheAppWhisperer Gallery


Please tell us, Jane: what apps did you use this month?

My go to apps are Procreate and Juxtaposer. I use them to compose, paint on, and texture images. I don’t stop at these two, usually using 5-10 apps on an image. Depending on the image, you might see touches of these apps, including Mextures, Infinicam, SlowShutter, or iColorama. In addition, many of my images are touched up or blended using Image Blender, FilterStorm, or Touch Retouch, among others.
‘Where there’s poetry there’s darkness’ ©Jane Schultz
What did you particularly like about the apps?
Procreate gives me endless possibilities. When I “need something new”, I experiment with new brushes or create my own, and sometimes build texture libraries. I find that each app that I use allows me to do certain edits especially well, and I take full advantage of that.
‘Untitled (so far)’ ©Jane Schultz
Where do you live?
Eastern Pennsylvania, in the United States.
‘A Little Bit of Analog on my Mind 1’ ©Jane Schultz

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