Two Lips (Tulips)

This one is really, really easy! I finally bought Waterlogue after months of it sitting in my “wish list”. I connected to my RAV file hub with one of my external hard drives and found my way to one of the tulip photos I took recently in my “studio” (garage). Here is the before image taken with the Olympus OM-D EM-5 mirrorless camera.

Original unprocessed photo

Original unprocessed photo

 

 

I then opened Waterlogue, went through all the presets before finally selecting “Vibrant” I then played around with the other settings – small, normal and no border. The app has a very simple interface…a little too simple! Nothing looked like a way to save the photo. I finally clicked on the “heart” to see what it did; that’s where all of your save/share options are. Here is what Waterlogue>Vibrant did to the photo.

After Waterlogue

After Waterlogue

 

 

Pretty, huh? I decided to open up both images in iColorama to blend them together and came up with this look. Settings were: Blend mode: average, opacity: 70 and feature: 85.

After blending two versions in iColorama

After blending two versions in iColorama

 

 

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.

"Two Lips" - Before and After

“Two Lips” – 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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