Reading on the Wall

I started out by using my RAV filehub to transfer the original photo from one of my external hard drives onto my iPad mini.

Original, unprocessed photo taken with the Sony HX-100

Original, unprocessed photo taken with the Sony HX-100

 

Thanks to Jeffrey Friedl’s website, Jeffrey’s Exif Viewer, you are able to see the exact location where it was taken! (The GPS logger was off by a bit, I was on the sidewalk to the left…not in an empty lot!!)

 

 

I used Snapseed to straighten the image and do some selective adjustments. My final step in Snapseed was to add some grunge – I just kept hitting the shuffle button until I saw what I liked.

After straightening and selective adjustments in Snapseed

After straightening and selective adjustments in Snapseed

 

After applying Grunge in Snapseed

After applying Grunge in Snapseed

 

 

My next step was to open the image in iColorama and blend the previous two images and mask out the wall and temple.

Grunge now only affecting the sky

Grunge now only affecting the sky

 

In the next step I used Style>Water-B to give it a little bit of a water painting look/feel.

After applying some styling

After applying some styling

 

I then used Style>Coherence 11/11.

After applying Coherence 11

After applying Coherence 11

 

To add a little more detail back I used Edges 1/17 and Multiply.

After adding Edges 1/17 and Multiply

After adding Edges 1/17 and Multiply

 

 

I was now ready to add my logo/watermark in iWatermark.

Adding my logo/watermark in iWatermark

Adding my logo/watermark in iWatermark

 

 

The final step was creating the Before and After photo in Leonardo.

Reading on the Wall - Before and After

Reading on the Wall – Before and After

 

 

 

List of apps used in this post and their links in the iTunes store…

 

Products used in this post (amazon.com affiliate links unless otherwise noted)…

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