iPhoneography, iPhoneart and other musings of my creative side
Thank you Gregory! 🙂
Reblogged this on iPad Artistry and commented:
Wow! Thank you VERY much for the reblog Gregory!! I really apprecaite any exposure my images get 😀
Anytime, I’m a big fan.
Somehow reminds me of late 1930’s commercial graphics. Stunning colours. Really rich and glorious.
Did you ever think of making these available as paid-for downloads for iPhone/iPad wallpapers?
I’ll be first customer if you do
Thank you very much for the kind words Peter, I apprecaite them 🙂 As far as making my images available as wallpapers, I would have no clue where to begin on making that happen. I am however in the process of making my images available as prints! These are exciting times!
Please let me know when I could get one!
For sure!! 🙂 Awesome!
Thanks for following. I like your work!
Thank you Zogor for the compliment, and thank you for following as well 🙂
Hey SomeGirl liked my post…thanks! And thanks for leading me to this one of yours – I like it! Good luck to you with venturing into print sales – it’s a whole ‘nother bucket of fun (and work).
Thank you! I am excited to get my little online “shop” up and running 😀 Hmmmm, I wonder if I will have any customers when it’s all set?! 🙂 hehe
Wow a photo converted to an illustration! I’m playing with this but on video, gradually, via StudioArtist. Awesome!
The iPhone app ShockMyPic does an awesome job at creating an illustrated effect from a photograph, I have been enjoying messing around with it 🙂
So cool! I must try it! 😀
Yes for sure! Can’t wait to see what you create 😀
Great work! You were fortunate to get such an interesting cloudy sky that day. It, along with the waves of the greenery make for a image that appears Post-Impressionist. I wonder, which effect applies this painterly look? It’s the most convincing that I’ve ever seen.
Thank you very much Mike! I am glad you enjoy this image 🙂 The painted look was achieved with the Moku Hanga iPhone app, it’s great for getting a look like this! I also use Shock My Pic for a “painted” look.
You can check out these images to see what Shock My Pic does to a photograph:
Pretty cool, right? I love iPhone apps!
The iPhone has definitely opened up a whole new medium within a medium and you are doing a fantastic job at handling it. Thanks for posting those related pictures – great app effects indeed. I am enjoying the time spent looking at your work; it’s especially great to see imagery from the east coast.
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