June 21, 2011

Blending with the apps Filterstorm and Blender

On the way to the Palouse, I pass through the small town of Sprague, WA. Last year I saw this church several times standing prominently on a side street. However I didn't capture it until this year a few weeks ago.

I also wanted to share that I had a great experience with Apple at the Apple Store today in Bellevue Washington. I had experienced some problems with my new MacBook Pro so they immediately replaced it onsite, helped me transfer all my data and I was given a $100 iTunes card for my trouble.

Yes, I realize that I would not have received such service with a PC.

Now we are transferring my info from my time machine backup to the my new machine.

ProHDR - single shot
Blender to blend the two above and again with orginal
PhotoStudio - bumpmapped
Filterstorm - to brush back in more of the detail from the original

Blending, in my opinion, is what makes the images I process work. Without Blender or Iris and FIlterstorm my images would not be as complete.

In iCreativity, I explain not only the importance of blending but how to do it in any creative ways. Sign up for my course to find out more in detailed directions.

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If you would like to learn how to capture and process iPhone images beyond a basic snapshot take an Online iPhoneography Course with Teri Lou. Two courses are available iPhoneography 101 and iCreativity. Click on the direct links in the upper left hand column of this blog for information, pricing and schedule.


  1. sadly it looks shaken to it's foundation kinda like real life


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