Waterlogue

So, would you like a new addictive phone app? I suggest Waterlogue, the program that turns your iPhone shots into instant watercolors….

SF_shed_bench_web

It’s amazing to watch the “paint” being filled in right on your phone.

Shed-bench_water_web

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.

SF_rusty_pickup_web

I cropped this one square for instagram, but you can still get the general idea.

Taos-jalopy_water_web

This one is with a border. I think I prefer “without.”

SF_adobe_blue_window_web

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.

Stucco tree

cacti_web

It’s fascinating to me to see how detailed these digital “paintings” can be.

cacti_water_web

If you use an iPad, you get more settings than with an iPhone.

santa_fe_home_web

SF-house_water_web

Remember, you’ve been warned that it’s addictive. 🙂

{carole}

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10 Responses to Waterlogue

  1. Sandra says:

    I love the before and after comparisons. Beautiful! Thank you

  2. susan says:

    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 !

  3. Caroline says:

    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.

  4. 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.

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