This week, we have a wonderfully talented guest selector who many of you will know – Jennifer Bracewell is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area and grew up in a creative, musical environment. She is a photographer, a
painter and a music lover. Jennifer writes for the online mobile
photography publication wearejuxt and has several upcoming gallery
shows in the works. Mostly, she spends time hanging out with her four
kids, dreaming of getaways and editing photos way too late into the night.
Thanks Jennifer for choosing the images this week. You can see Jennifers iPhoneography work by clicking the link on the bottom of this page.
Apps Used/Backstory: This self portrait is a representation of my ancestry, my presence in today’s world and the unforeseen future.
I wanted a look that was quite tribal, so I captured the portrait using the iPhone 5 camera. I opened the saved image in Decim8, where I chose the ‘warrior’ filter. I then opened the saved Decim8 version in Snapseed tweaking the contrast and tones. I also opened the same Decim8 image again in Camera Awesome choosing the Hancock filter. I then blended both images together using the Blender app, masking out a quarter of my face exposing the Hancock filter script. Finally I opened the saved blended image in Snapseed, blurring out the edges, while adding a final vignetting to enhance the final image.
Thank you Jennifer for being iPhoneographyCentral’s guest selector this week. To see Jennifers iPhone art and photography please visit: