So, I still believe that a phone can take decent pictures if you take the time to do a few things like set a timer, and find or use some reliable lighting (indoor and outdoor). Don’t get me wrong, it can take some time to get it right (in post) with different Apps and such, especially with a tiny screen, but it can be fun to challenge yourself to do it. In 2013, I created a levitation in my phone and tablet, so a portrait isn’t as difficult a process, in hindsight.
Last night, +Kelly-Shane Fuller showed some excellent vintage images he was making prints of, and I decided I wanted to create a modern vintage in my own style. it is always so important to add your own style as you begin to find your own. As Zack Arias has said, it takes a decade to really solidify a style, and I think that is true. Luckily, I have begun to incorporate my painting and sketching portraiture style into my photography, which is helping me evolve more.
Once I broke through that wall of photography is one thing and fine artistry is another, I began to see it all in a whole new light.
Anyway, I digress…
I did this with my phone using 4-5 apps to get it right.
Camera!, FaceTune, Snapseed, Photoshop Express.
I hope you enjoy this visually vintage phonography image for this Monday! ♥