Davide Capponi photography

Photographic art by Davide Capponi

Posts tagged ‘superimpose’

TV lies

TV lies

This is a mixed media composition. 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  Superimpose,Decim8 and PhotoToaster.

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Les alpes

Les alpes

This is a mixed media composition. 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  Superimpose, Glaze, ElastiCam and PhotoToaster.

Only theater of pain

Only theatre of pain

This is a mixed media composition. 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  Superimpose, Glaze and PhotoToaster.

R.I.P. Ophelia

R.I.P. Ophelia

This image has been made using elements of a cemetery. 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,  Superimpose, Glaze and PhotoToaster.

Guardian of chaos

Guardian of chaos

This image has been made using elements of a cemetery. 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,  Superimpose, Glaze and PhotoToaster.

By the blood

By the blood

This image has been made using elements of a cemetery. 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,  Superimpose, Glaze and PhotoToaster.

Soul of the city

Soul of the city

This is  a view of Piazza San Carlo in Torino.  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,  Superimpose,  and Phototoaster.