So, would you like a new addictive phone app? I suggest Waterlogue, the program that turns your iPhone shots into instant watercolors….
It’s amazing to watch the “paint” being filled in right on your phone.
All it takes is pushing a few buttons. I tend to use “Natural,” “Medium,” “Normal” and “No Border,” but I’m still learning my way around.
I cropped this one square for instagram, but you can still get the general idea.
This one is with a border. I think I prefer “without.”
The interesting thing (or frustrating for some) is that you never know what’s going to work well. Some photos I thought would be great watercolors were complete duds and vice versa.
It’s fascinating to me to see how detailed these digital “paintings” can be.
If you use an iPad, you get more settings than with an iPhone.
Remember, you’ve been warned that it’s addictive. 🙂
I love the before and after comparisons. Beautiful! Thank you
Yes, I thought it was important to see the difference. Thank you!
Oh my gosh – this is fantastic ! Even a point & shoot novice like me could end up with a pretty cool end product – love it, Love It, LOVE IT !
Glad to hear it, Susan. Have fun!
This is amazing. I can really see myself get addicted to this. It’s interesting that not all photos work. These are all great. That car works particularly well. i would never have thought.
Yes, old vehicles seem to work particularly well. Photos with a lot of the same color don’t do well. But experimenting is a lot of fun.
Wow! Thanks for the tip! I didn’t know about this app, but I could see using this one regularly. Now I don’t need to try my hand at watercolors. 🙂
I agree with Caroline that the shot of the car works particularly well.
You’re so welcome! I’ve tried watercolors and they are tough. Oil painting is easier for me.
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