11 May 2012 – ShockMyPic Pieris

Posted: May 11, 2012 in Art, Design, i Phone, Nature, Photography
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I shot this photo of a Pieris plant on our recent walk. I love the beautiful colours of the foliage. I edited the shot in ShockMyPic app, I processed the original photo 6 times to create this effect. Click on the picture to see the fantastic detail in the leaves.

  1. nonoymanga says:

    The details is killing. Thanks for sharing Nonoy Manga

    • sueamour says:

      Glad you like it. I’m getting rather addicted to this app.
      Sue x

      • nonoymanga says:

        Sue I still believed in the woman behind the phone camera not the camera.

        • sueamour says:

          Thank you Nonoy I’ve always wanted to be a good photographer and even have a Nikon SLR, but since I got my i phone I’m having so much fun. I don’t have photoshop or any fancy computer software, but the apps are so reasonably priced and so immediate I can get a result I love very quickly which helps me to combine my art and my photography. I have so many photos you don’t see where I revisit the same image over and over again in lots of different colours and different apps. The retina screen on the new i pad is fantastic as you can see images in much greater detail and obviously larger, I’m looking forward to creating some great art with it. Sue x

        • nonoymanga says:

          Madame Well said, endless creativity and you don’t need to carry several heavy lenses.

  2. nonoymanga says:

    The details is killing me!!!

  3. Sue, that’s beautiful! I love salmony pinks.

    • sueamour says:

      Thank you Patricia so glad you like it. I processed it over 12 times but it started to lose the lovely colours of the new foliage.Sue x

      • Well, it’s beautiful. I think it’s funny that the app is called “Mobile Monet”. I love your percolator app too. You have a great eye for what can be done with an image!

        • sueamour says:

          I just play with a photo in various apps and see where it leads. I then upload them to the computer where I sometimes enlarge the shot or crop bits off that I don’t like. I have also e-mailed them back to my phone and then played with them again, it’s all a learning curve as I have no one to show me. Our local Apple store is offering free tuition on the i pad and one of my friends is going along. I’ll see how she gets on and then may go myself to see what other effects are possible. I do think that it is a cheap affordable way to produce wonderful images. I think my next step is to start printing off some of my designs and then putting them on notebooks or canvas’s/ bookmarks etc. I’m having a stall in a local shopping centre next weekend so have to produce a range of things to sell as well as promote my classes. I’ll keep you posted. Sue x

        • You should definitely do that! I love notebooks and journals. They’ll be beautiful!

I'd love to know what you think. So leave me a comment. Sue x

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