By Davide Capponi
This is an alternate edit of my photo Windmill in Pico. This has been shot with my iPhone 4s.
The app used to shot the image was Pro HDR, cropping and adjustments were done using Snapseed, further editing was done using Dynamic Light, VintageScene, Image Blender, iColorama and PhotoToaster.
9 Responses to “The howling mill”
is iColorama the app that applies the oil paint texture? This is one of my favorite images of yours
Michael, the painterly texture comes from Glaze, a wonderful app that I recommend. I used iColorama to “twist” the mill. iColorama is very powerful and has some great effects such as Warp and Glass, but it’s not too user frendly, at least for me.
Funny, as I find glaze to be cumbersome for sure. I have not found a way to reduce the intensity of the effects in Glaze. I would use it more frequently if I could mitigate the strength of the effects. Advice?
I also tend to find most apps cumbersome or too “defining”, and I prefer my photos to be my own and not some app’s photo.
To mitigate the effect of Glaze in this shot (but this can be done with most apps and most photos) just use Image Blender to blend an unapped version of the photo with the apped version, using the slider you can decide how much of the effect you want to keep.
right…of course….you are a resourceful guy Davide! thanks for the reminder of Blender
Gorgeous. Where is Don Quixote?
He’s dozing upstairs 😉