mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Mandy @jjeannie3.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Kate, aka @allodolavola, let's hear about her process.

Hello and many thanks to MobileArtistry and Mandy for selecting my work as a feature. I have been a long time fan of the MobileArtistry ethos and gallery. Always so engaging and intriguing.

As far as my inspirations for photographs... the world in all it's infinite detail and grand moments provides inspiration for many, including me. I often take photos while out and about, I walk a lot whether at home or while traveling and I really enjoy street photography when I am in an urban environment.
Often though I am not able to think about editing the photos for awhile. Sometimes they need to 'rest' silently before I can envision what I want them to become. I like to put words with my photos too, even though it can take a long time to decide what words meet happily with a certain photograph. It's not a very scientific process but it has it's own (possibly only internal!) logic.

This particular photograph I took with an Olioclip fisheye lens attached to the phone and shot through the Camera+ app. Then I messed a bit with the resulting photo in that grand standard: Snapseed, making the resulting picture more stark. Next I ran it through Effexy to create more of a double exposure effect and to eliminate details. After that I layered some effects using Stackables, an app I have only recently begun to explore. Finally I put an earlier version of the photo into Filterstorm and layered certain parts of the later version over it. This is the final result.
Thank you all again very much.
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mobileartistry MobileArtisty's #ma_bw highlights of the week, starting at the top left going clockwise:

@annkj
@jlw40
@sultans_seal
@katieteix
Really great work all of you, thanks for tagging #MobileArtistry & #ma_bw.

Next Wednesday we will select highlights from #ma_dark.

MA Highlights is our way of sharing more images that represent what the #MobileArtistry community is all about. All it takes to be featured on MA Highlights, as with any MA feature, is to use one or more of our six tags with your own original work, that is made on mobile devices only.

Please also continue to tag
#MobileArtistry
#ma_bw
#ma_nature
#ma_street
#ma_dark
#ma_portrait
#ma_collab
#ma_sensual
#ma_minimal
#ma_creative

MA Highlights are selected by @computerjones & @yifatash.
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mobileartistry #MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Scott, aka @scottirvine57, let's hear about his process.

Hello Mobile Artistry!

Thanks for featuring my work! I'm a late-comer to digital and mobile photography and it took a while to embrace a lot of the apps that mimic traditional photo techniques. I learned photography with film and still maintain a B&W darkroom in Brooklyn, NY. I find hipstamatic to be the best fit for me with the mobile process and have experimented with endless combinations of lens and film. Snapseed is my "darkroom" for my iPhone, and I use it for everything. I've experimented with blender, mextures, and pic grunger but for the most part, my photography is straight-forward. It's easy to get caught up in all the technology, so I stick with a few combinations and focus on the subject.
Thanks again
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mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Wilma @wilmawells72.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Jesper, aka @jesper_bulow, let's hear about his process.

First I want to thank Mobileartistry and Wilma for featuring me and giving me the opportunity to give something back to other phonographers. I am also honored and proud to be amongst such talanted and brilliant artists.

My editing process is kind of chaotic with a lot of going back and forth between different apps and when I am finished I often end up with no less than 10 to 15 pictures in various stages of edit.

I take my photos with my Iphone5s and most often I use VividHDR. It is the fastest HDR camera app I have found so far and it is quite forgiving regarding camera shake.
The editing process of course depends on the picture but basicly I always go through the following steps;
1. I start the editing in Photoshop Express and do croping, alignment and add some sharpness, clarity and contrast.
2. Handy Photo - test if the polarization filter is good or not for the picture
3. Snapseed - some basic enhancements. Add a touch of warmth, some ambience and contrast. I think snapseed handles contrast a bit different from PS Express and I like the combination. I then almost always use the HDR filter. I try the different variations and almost always end up with People or Fine. And after that I tune the picture again by adjusting contrast, saturation and ambience.
4. Handy Photo again - add Glow filter. Sometimes more, sometimes less.
5. I like texture and I often want a painterly feel and for this I use Glaze. I try different kinds of glazing and save the ones I think will work.
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mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Mark @newta123.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Louise, aka @louisewhiting, let's hear about her process.

To compose the shot I used the rear facing camera in natural light. I cropped the image and adjusted the brightness and colour tones in Snapseed. ArtStudio is a fantastic app, I find I use it for nearly all my painterly images, here I darkened the lashes and added colour to her cheeks. I used my favourite painting app CleverPainter to create a very roughly painted version using Brush Style 8, I love the random strokes this app gives, it is totally up to the user as to the finished effect. Superimpose was used to bring back parts of the original image, then over to Stackables, layering using Mud Swirl and Tarnished, varying the opacity and blend modes until I was happy with the texture. Finally I finished up using iColorama to add a few details in the texture and then Snapseed for final adjustments to tone.
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mobileartistry MobileArtistry highlights of the week, starting from the top left, going clockwise:

@___galaxyonly
@lydie_megaton
@adi.malka
@church99hill

Really great work all of you, thanks for tagging #MobileArtistry.

MA Highlights is our way of sharing more images that represent what the #MobileArtistry community is all about. All it takes to be featured on MA Highlights, as with any MA feature, is to use one or more of our six tags with your own original work, that is made on mobile devices only.

Please also continue to tag
#MobileArtistry
#ma_bw
#ma_nature
#ma_street
#ma_dark
#ma_portrait
#ma_collab
#ma_sensual
#ma_minimal
#ma_creative

MA Highlights are selected by @computerjones & @yifatash.
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mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Wilma @wilmawells72.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Alex, aka @tagadastrawberry, let's hear about her process.

First of all I'd like to thank MobileArtistry and Wilma for giving me this opportunity. It's such a great honor to share something here !

I had the petals of one rose only so I took several pictures of them, differently disposed every time.
My bath is small so we can see the sides in the original picture. Thanks to ArtStudio, I paint on everything I don't want to see and add gaussian blur. Thanks to masks I blend the pictures of the petals.
The water was pink so I changed the tint. I saturated and darkened the lips to have a color similar to the petals. I desaturared and brightened the skin.
It was inspired by a painting ("Les Nymphéas" by Claude Monet) so I added texture thanks to PicFX.
Finally, I used my favorite IG filter, Brannan. Brannan is amazing because it can make a picture so haunting that applying it became almost systematic. It adds more contrast, enhances the lighting and finishes the blending process. Voilà, "The Haunted Lake."
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mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Mandy @jjeannie3.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Jytte, aka @jytteisaksen, let's hear about her process.

Currently, I prefer the abstract style and like photos that looks like watercolor, where the colors flow into each other. I am interested in people on the streets and in buildings.

This photo consists of 3 edited photos.

My workflow has been:

I have used iPhone and the app Slowshutter.

Then I edited the picture in Snapseed and OilPainting.

In MultiExpo I have blended the picture with another pictures and then edited it in Laminar Pro (Effectes: Tungsten)

In SketchBookX I drew outlines around shapes.
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mobileartistry MobileArtisty's #ma_nature highlights of the week, starting at the top left going clockwise:

@bewatts52
@coppercurls55
@bodneyboo
@lessher
Really great work all of you, thanks for tagging #MobileArtistry & #ma_nature.

Next Wednesday we will select highlights from #ma_bw.

MA Highlights is our way of sharing more images that represent what the #MobileArtistry community is all about. All it takes to be featured on MA Highlights, as with any MA feature, is to use one or more of our six tags with your own original work, that is made on mobile devices only.

Please also continue to tag
#MobileArtistry
#ma_bw
#ma_nature
#ma_street
#ma_dark
#ma_portrait
#ma_collab
#ma_sensual
#ma_minimal
#ma_creative

MA Highlights are selected by @computerjones & @yifatash.

Congrats to
@bewatts52
@coppercurls55
@bodneyboo
@lessher
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mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Mandy @jjeannie3.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Margherita, aka @_lunasognante_, let's hear about her process.

This image has been processed in few steps, the edit is quite simple:
I took this photo at the beach with the native camera of my phone (iPhone). I then put the image in blurfx where I applied the motion blur and then I patiently put in focus all the human subjects.
I then opened the resulting image in mextures where I applied different layers (Lights, gradients, etc). As a final step I adjusted a little the contrast and sharpened the image in afterlight. That's all. :)
Thank you deeply again Amanda and Mobileartistry for this feature.
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mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Paula @paularoo.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.
For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from, Gary, aka @garyedwardblum, let's hear about his process.

This piece consists of two images. Across the street from my studio is a vacant lot. It's a hot spot for the locals to dump there unwanted treasures. On one particular morning there was a lonely little pile of tires sitting there, so I reached up over the fence and snapped the tire pic. I've also been painting for a show. During which, I'm always taking shots of the paintings in process that may inspiring me later or use for reference. The second image, a detail of canvas and painted/pencil lines, is one of those. First I used the Mextures app to convert the color image of the tire to b/w and used an emulsion filter to add
irregular fades. Then brought it into Snapseed to add the background blur using tilt shift. After that, brought both images into the Union app to merge using multiply. There I adjusted the temp/contrast/brightness of both layers to a achieve the final opacity and tone.
Thanks so much to MobileArtistry for the feature with a special thank you to Paula for finding me.
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mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Mandy @jjeannie3.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Andrea, aka @lochthyme1, let's hear about her process.

I usually go into editing a photo with no idea what i want to do. It's kind of an intuative procees for me. But for this one I knew i wanted to play with the colors in DeluxeFX with has a cool False Color Filter so I went into DeluxeFX and cropped the image. Saved the cropped image. Then added a False Color Filter #3, adjusted the clarity and temperature a bit. Brought it along with the original cropped image into Blender where I masked out the building so it wasn't pink. Added a number of layers in Mextures. Brought it into Brushstroke and added the S1(simple) paint to it and adjusted the density. Then into ScratchCam for some distressing. Finally I brought it into Snapseed where I toned down the saturation just slightly.
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mobileartistry #MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Ariko, aka @ariko_s_mura, let's hear about her process.

Thank you for lnvitation! I'm so glad and honnored.

I tell you about edit the pictures.

1.Four, I will prepare the image.(These taken by iphone5 native camera) Thistle field-near,thistle field-far,foggysky,butterfly on thistle flower.
2.I piled using the image blender them.
3.Mexture-landscape enhance-dreary+40 and vsco-mellow + 6, I choose.
3.Using Snapseed, and adjusts the picture, it is completed.

Thank you for your suport! Really appreciated:-))
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mobileartistry MobileArtistry highlights of the week, starting from the top left, going clockwise:

@the.ve
@foraged_design
@oldblackwater
@wiiidget

Really great work all of you, thanks for tagging #MobileArtistry.

MA Highlights is our way of sharing more images that represent what the #MobileArtistry community is all about. All it takes to be featured on MA Highlights, as with any MA feature, is to use one or more of our six tags with your own original work, that is made on mobile devices only.

Please also continue to tag
#MobileArtistry
#ma_bw
#ma_nature
#ma_street
#ma_dark
#ma_portrait
#ma_collab
#ma_sensual
#ma_minimal
#ma_creative

MA Highlights are selected by @computerjones & @yifatash.
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mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Mandy @jjeannie3.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Karen, aka @kareni, let's hear about her process.

First, thank you MobileArtistry so much for another chance to exhibit my work on this wonderful site. I’m very honored to be here. I’ve long been impressed by the high standards upheld at MobileArtistry and have enjoyed seeing the works of so many talented people who contribute to this site. A special thanks to Mandy for asking me to show my work and for being very patient.
As I spend time in Northern Michigan every summer, I find myself drawn to barns, silos and farmscapes. That landscape speaks to me ever since I was a little girl. In this image, I wanted to play with that imagery and let my imagination take it to some other realm.
The process for me is always a mad frenzy of going between whatever apps I’m favoring at the time, and some standbys that I almost always use.
In this case I started with an old barn and deconstructed it by adding other forms to it with matterapp which is relatively new and utterly fascinating to work with. Then I used stackables, another relatively new app that I adore for playing around with color, pattern and ambiance. At the point where I liked the barn, I wanted to bring in other imagery and decided on a photo of bare trees for line and texture. I layered that image using filterstorm, one of my “can’t live without” apps and then used the gradient tool to integrate the layer in a way that satisfied me. Finally, I brought the piece into another favorite app - phototoaster and found the final look I wanted. So there you have it. And thank you all for taking the time to look.
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mobileartistry #MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Kimmy, aka @kimmibird, let's hear about her process.

So deeply honored to be featured again for MobileArtistry and very special thank you Yifat!

I've been an artist since I was little experimenting with all kinds of mediums and beyond happy to find this portal to create-learn-push myself on a new visual plane amongst such talent.
My process:
Photographing people is the most satisfying and begins by working with a model/friend in a textural location or at home with a backdrop and natural lighting.
i phone 5: model Tara
hipstamatic: its important to experiment and find your unique formula
blender: 2 images of tara (I liked how one image appears as if she's cradling her own head) I find blending to be very challenging and takes tons of combinations before it feels right.
snapseed: crop, tune warmth, open shadows, desaturate
mextures: this is a labyrinth for me and I honesty get so lost inside this place I can't pinpoint any precise combination! it's a playground for your visual soul!!! I hope to create images that are less ordinary! I look forward everyday to see how each of you see the world and transform it. Many thanks again, I hope you enjoy!
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mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Mandy @jjeannie3.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Shinnya, aka @p_p_f, let's hear about his process.

It is details.

This image is the idea of using the iColoramaS brush mask.
I've taken a selfie by iPhone5s native camera.
Explosion effect was a brush mask tool of iColoramaS.
This app has a brush that is very versatile.
The fragments will express the depth by adding a blur effect.
It's using TadaaSLR.
It's really simple image and edits, but I like it.
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mobileartistry MobileArtisty's #ma_minimal highlights of the week, starting at the top left going clockwise:

@sjbpro
@tinimauskapuzenlaus
@sittingonmyfoot_
@katwesterman
Really great work all of you, thanks for tagging #MobileArtistry & #ma_minimal.

Next Wednesday we will select highlights from #ma_nature.

MA Highlights is our way of sharing more images that represent what the #MobileArtistry community is all about. All it takes to be featured on MA Highlights, as with any MA feature, is to use one or more of our six tags with your own original work, that is made on mobile devices only.

Please also continue to tag
#MobileArtistry
#ma_bw
#ma_nature
#ma_street
#ma_dark
#ma_portrait
#ma_collab
#ma_sensual
#ma_minimal
#ma_creative

MA Highlights are selected by @computerjones & @yifatash.
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mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Wilma @wilmawells72.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.

For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Alex, aka @_lunnae, let's hear about her process.

First I would like to thank Wilma for the opportunity to be a little part of this wonderful community.
My process tends to flow on it's own, I don't really visualize what I'm going to do before hand, I plan on the way so to speak. For this image I blended two pictures using MultiExpo, my face and a shot of the sea from our last encounter a few weeks back, taken with an iPhone 5c. Then I took it to Snapseed for the final tuning.
The beauty of mobile photography is its accessibility, to have such a powerful creative tool within one's grasp is simply amazing. And to have an outlet such as this with like minded people, just enjoying each others creations and being inspired every day... that's what technology and social media should be all about! Thank you! :)
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mobileartistry Tonight's feature was collected by our contributor, Paula @paularoo.

#MobileArtistry is creative edits, beautiful images, unique perspectives, stellar shots, and happy accidents. IE, stuff you won't find on the pop page.

Through this ongoing project we hope to expose people to art and artists they may not normally get to see, learn about one another's process, and encourage each other to push the limits of creativity.
For the fastest reply, direct your questions to our admins, @computerjones, @momma2maxh & @yifatash. Thank you.
Tonight's submission is from Todd, aka @pictrola, let's hear about his process.

Process:
I’m obsessed with objects, especially those with a unique look or that are one of a kind. I prefer them to be somewhat aged as it is easier to create a visual story around them. This image, titled “the time between accidents”, is all about the tiny axe, or more specifically, what one might do with it. It calls on the imagination to problem solve a connection between axe, book, and pencil.

I arranged the objects on an old wooden plank and shot them with ProCamera7 for iOS. Perfectly Clear was used for initial image adjustments, then opened in Snapseed to enhance the contrast, and add +38 of the Drama Filter. I used Color Manager to remove a trace of blue that was present in the book cover. The ambiance was increased +43 back in Snapseed, and unwanted specks were removed with TouchRetouch.
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