I’m really liking the app Waterlogue, but I like it even more when I blend the original photo with the output from Waterlogue. Yesterday I was walking around Moorpark College with a friend and we were both taking photos. We stumbled upon an area of poppies and I took several photos. Here is one of the unprocessed originals.
I used the RAV filehub to transfer the photo to my iPad mini and then opened it up in Waterlogue. Here is the look it gave me when I used “Soaked” and “Lighter”.
I opened up the saved Waterlogue file in iColorama and went to Effects>Blend and selected the original photo to blend, then I used the Lighten preset and lowered the Feature slider to 70%.
After applying the settings I wanted to see what adding Coherence would do. I tried 1/11 and 11/11 before selecting 10/11.
I really liked the look but wanted to bring some structure back into the image. I went back into Effects>Blend and opened up the photo from step 3. I used Normal blend mode and set the Feature slider to 80%.
I was now ready to add my logo/watermark in iWatermark.
I then opened up the saved image in PhotoToaster and added the black frame (Frame>3>Brushed, Width: about 50%).
The final step was creating the Before and After photo in Leonardo.
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)…
- Olympus OM-D E-M5 16MP Live MOS Mirrorless Digital Camera with 3.0-Inch Tilting OLED Touchscreen and 12-50mm Lens (Silver) (not affiliate link as this model has been discontinued)
- [5-in-1] RAVPower FileHub Wireless SD Card Reader with Built-in 3000mAh External Battery Pack)