So today I spent time not only trying many variations of the final image but I wanted to share my step by step process since yesterdays blog had two people asking for 'more info'.
I started by taking a past blog post of the City Center in Las Vegas and applied both the 'tiny planet' version and the 'tiny tube' version. See below.
Then since fxPhotoStudio, a favorite app, had a recent update that included some sketching filters, I applied one of them to the 'tiny tube' version: Color Pencil Sketch. At this point I knew that I wanted my final version to be processed in Juxaposter with the frame in frame idea.
I continued by adding two additional filters: Marine and Vintage Blue. Followed by a thin black frame. See below screen prints from my iPad.
Next I processed the 'tiny planet' version by first sharpening it in PerfectPhoto and then opened it in fxPhotoStudio to just add a thin black frame.
Finally I opened both images in Juxaposter and placed one on top of the other turning the top image slightly.
I think the image actually looks like it is a futuristic space station. Who knows maybe my grandchildren will live in a place like this some day!
FxPhotoStudio also made an exciting announcement yesterday. Click here for more information.