Davide Capponi photography

Photographic art by Davide Capponi

Sea of green

This is a view of the island of Flores, Azores. This has been shot with my iPhone 3gs. The app used to shot the image was HDR Pro, cropping and adjustments were done using Snapseed, further editing was done using ShockMyPic, Dynamic Light and Pic Grunger.

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13 Responses to “Sea of green”

  1. George Weaver

    Davide, I can’t find a navigation button to take me from one post to another??
    I like this, and I like the other version too!

    Reply
    • rubicorno

      Thanks George, I fear there is not a button for that, you could open both and switch form one window to the other.

      Reply
  2. 4littlefergusons

    You are an amazing photographer! I would love to know how to “age” some of my photos like this. Do you have a program or go online? I noticed Photo Grunger a lot, maybe I should just google it instead of make you tell me. LOL 🙂
    Blessings,
    Tonya from 4 little Fergusons

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    • rubicorno

      Hi Tonya, and thanks!
      I do all my editing on an iPhone or sometimes an iPad. There are tons of apps for ageing/grunging photos, but my favorites are Picgrunger, Phototoaster and Scratchcam. I think these might be available for Android also.
      I don’t use these effects on PC, but for sure Photoshop or the entry level Photoshop Elements should do the job.

      Hope this helps

      bye

      Davide

      Reply
  3. composerinthegarden

    The crinkled paper effect is great but what I really love is the highlighted grass in the foreground – makes for a compelling image. Bravo!

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