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Discussion in 'MOC Challenges' started by FarrahJobling, Jan 19, 2015.
I used the natural light tip and the editing tip (edited in PicTapGo) -
I tried to watch my background as much as possible and since the lighting wasn't great, I used a couple apps on my phone to edit.
I rarely use my camera phone for more than just to help me remember a recipe or serial number or send family snaps in messages. But I saw the dogs all in a row and got down a bit and moved in so the perspective was low and longer. Fun opportunity! Thanks!!
I took this photo by my camera then used action to enhance the colour skin.
Thanks for this fun challenge .
I took this photo with my iPhone. I used Camera+ to crop and set light and light shadows.
Cell phone photo edited in Photoshop
I definitely tried to pay attention to lighting. I turned my flash off and tried to find a location with just enough light, but not too much. My favorite thing about this challenge is that I found a new FAVORITE photo editing app!! Big Lens is now in my top 4 list of apps. I really liked the way that it mimicked the work of a really nice camera. FUN Challenge!
Lighting and editing. All my photos are point and shoot.
I used the editing tip, although I'm lazy and I usually just use Instagram to make them look prettier, lol!
My husband brought me roses today just because so I used my phone to take a photo using tips 1 (lighting - made sure my recessed lighting was on) and 2 (moved some items out of the way so I didn't get them in the background).
Tipps: Light, Background, Editing in Photoshop, FUN!!
Took this picture about 45 minutes ago in the kitchen while waiting on the water
to cook for my tea! I used my camera in simple mode, no flash and cropped it a
bit so you can't see the mess on the counter hehe
# 1: I often used natural light to take photo.
# 2: I liked take photo for my child when he was playing outside, a good bg.
# 3: Editing with Florabella Soft Color Pop.
I was full of fun when capturing good pictures.
I used my iphone & used a number of app filters to get it to look better.
(used tip#3 - downloaded & used Snapseed app to adjust and filter the photo)
I had to adjust the lighting on the photo because the flash on my phone makes everything very blue. This was a very difficult challenge for me, as I almost never use my phone camera, but I took this picture to send to my daughter, so I used it.
MOC #20, Point and Shoot - iPhone Camera - Changed lighting, contrast, and added a pop of color, Camera+. Oh... fun too, while tubing!
We played "Snowman Slam" recently. I wanted to get some pics but we set it up on a table right in front of a window that got some direct sunlight. All of my first pictures were too dark. So we moved the ENTIRE table to the opposite side of the room! Although still getting in some light from another window, it was not as bright and the pictures were better! My kids thought I was crazy! Anything in the name of a good photo to scrap!!
Iphone 5s, made sure the focus was where I wanted it to be & enhanced the mood with VSCO