Well, I see that the latest version is actually in English, which does help a bit, but I still can't see how the heck you even load images to work on.
1. Loading: click one the bottom right/left squares for loading layers
2. Blending Mode: Top left button
3. Blending Strength: bottom slider
4. Save: Save button
5. Tap: masking
6. Tap + Hold: Options like Flattening
Uwe, I must have a completely different Blender app! It's called Der Blender from PIC Crossmedia GmbH. I see nothing like you describe.
Do you have a link to yours? If I search for "blender" in iTunes, I get a ton of them. Is it Image Blender from Johan Andersson?
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Not entirely sure what I'm looking at, but it's darn cool anyway! :-)
woof, these modern cruise ships are just freekin' ginormous things.
>woof, these modern cruise ships are just freekin' ginormous things.
See them in Venice Italy and it really looks scary and they were even much smaller.
This is from an SD video stream in 1997:
I think that boat was docked outside my window a couple of weeks ago. We had three ships in SF at the same time and they closed the ebmarcadero to traffic for all of the passengers. Amazing how huge the boats are. I did a video of the boat turing around and going under the Bay Bridge as it was leaving. The passengers did not get enough time in SF about 6AM until about 5PM
A couple from this mornings' wander about the False Creek area of Vancouver. Captured with iPhone 4 using ProCamera.
Science Centre View
ACR > CS5 >
Topaz Denoise >
Walk This Way
ACR > CS5 >
Topaz Denoise >
Topaz Adjust >
Silver Efex Pro
I started out with my two NEX5s with kit lenses, and promptly realized one battery was already dead, and because of a last minute bag change, I had no replacements! Humph! My son reminded me that I always had the iPhone, so I used it for the wide shots and eventually just put away the NEX and shot with the iPhone.
What I did this evening - riding my Bike - and as it is even in the motocycle Jacket there is always room for the iPhone.
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Brand new Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Gullwing Coupe ...
Backlight was so bad it looked much better in B&W rendering.
I am getting to really like using my iPhone 4S for photography. The limitations force you to think very carefully about what you are shooting. Here are few recent shots, mostly processed on the phone and in Camera+
Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel
Gherkin (recent demolition of buildings nearby has opened up the view)
Bomber Command Memorial, Green Park
Regent's Park Flags
My iPhone is only a week old but I'm liking the little camera part. These are my first few attempts taken during a rainy ferry ride to an island off the coast of Maine.
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not quite, actually this was an R100GS before I got mad and reworked it (well most was done at Scherb, Lottmann and several other specialists here in Munich and around) I wanted to make a police version as I saw them when I was a little boy escorting the Adenauer limousines. Am still working on it.
The motor is 1040ccm about 75hp, Öhlins, Brembo 4 stop disks, a lot of little things inside as 800ccm short back wheel gears - a long 5th gear instead , camshafts, polishing ,balancing........ the full package. Right now I have put on the one man seat, from Police machines -see here
Rides nice. I will grow old with this motocycle !
One of the last new photos I'll post to the Communicating 2011 series, made with the iPad and 6x6 app, processed in Snapseed.
Communicating series set on Flickr:
My new photo book, Ways Together, drawn from this series, is now available for preview and purchase from Blurb.com:
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Ways Together will be featured along with eleven other new photo books in a reception and book signing on August 2nd, 5:30-7:30pm at the ModernBook Gallery, 49 Geary Ave, San Francisco, Ca. Books will be available at the event (cash, check, or Paypal via pre-order); to reserve a signed copy please send me an email. Signed and numbered copies will also be available by mail order, again send me an email to order.
I thought you all mite get a kick out of seeing this... shot the whole "short" film with my iPhone 4S Enjoy!
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Great pictures. Did you also post a video. Please post a link.
Couldn't agree more Godfrey. With the 4S, I never feel like I would miss out whatever the situation, both the stills and the video are pretty decent. Mind you, it's not the quality you get from the latest generation of mirrorless cameras, but it isn't as bad as most folks would think without trying it. It sure surprised me getting home and seeing just how good the clips were that first time out.
Louis, thank you very much for viewing both. I'm finding the freedom to tell a story also with video very liberating. Stories such as this one can be told from multiple viewpoints having video available, and with less "overview" and with more "meat" on the bones. Both still and video do tell powerful stories that I believe complement each other well.
I'm working on a couple new projects presently, so will see over time if my present feelings on this hold up or not. The biggest pain at the moment is having to switch bodies - though I am evaluating an "all in one" possible solution. But more on that later...
Woody, that first picture shows off what an amazing camera the iPhone can be.
Believe it or else the only time I ever went to Fenway park was the night the Citgo sign was turned back on. That dates me.
iPhone 4S standard camera - Snapseed
Thanks for looking.
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"Ways Together" .. my new photo book!
See it on Blurb at http://www.blurb.com/user/GDGPhoto
Coming up very soon! Reception and book-signing:
49 Geary Ave, San Francisco, CA
August 2nd, 5:30-7:30 pm
Would love to see you there!
Here are a couple of iPhone 4 pictures that I have used to illustrate an article on the step-by-step workflow used to produce them. (As always, click for a larger image.)
Brady's Beach, Bamfield, BC.
Fraser River, Fort Langley, BC.
You can find the article on my website at:
iPhone Workflow Examples
From our "No" series
Twisted cloud - iPhone 4 (non S)
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A little "Inception" reflection.
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Woodland burial iPhone 4S
I was in Palm Springs over the weekend. We had breakfast at the Escena golf club, sitting on the terrace, and I decided to try the iPhone 4S camera's panorama mode ...
That's nearly straight out of the iPhone. I had to lighten the shadowed area on the right end a bit, that's it. Pretty stunning ... the original is 10,500 pixels wide!!
'The Third Wave': iPhone art explosion - SFGate
iPhones photos are art not photography