This past weekend I held an iPhoneography workshop. The focus of the class was on the creative process and exploration with apps. We spent a little time on the fundamentals of photography, then talked about some creative edits.

We also took a deep dive into a handful of apps, including some of my faves. I wanted to share the images that I edited, in class, showing off how each app works.

We started with Hipstmatic and Snapseed. Reviewing some of my fave features of both. Then moved on to VSCOcam.

This photo of a car was taken in December when we had the smallest bit of snow in Seattle. I simply found this car adorable! I use the VSCO C1 filter and adjusted the contrast just a bit to really highlight the cool tones.

Processed with VSCOcam with c1 preset

Then we moved on to Mextures. Mextures is great because you can stack layers within the app + control how much of a given effect you apply.

beach_sm_mextures

Here’s Picfx in action. I applied one of the film filters and added one of the space filters. As with Mextures you can control the amount of the use of the filter. There’s just a nice spot of brightness at the top of one of the skyscrapers that is pretty cool.

skyline_sm_picfx

And the Seattle skyline. This one edited in Alien Skin Software’s AltPhoto App. I used the Daguerrotype filter, at just about 50% to just provide a hint of the border effect.

skyline_sm_altphoto

It was a fun class, I look forward to doing this one again!

Have questions about apps, just let me know!

~ kate