Iphoneography Apps and books

My imagery tends to be bright and colorful (exhibit A–this blog). I thought it might be fun to mess around with some images I had in my iPhone library and create a soft palette. Dreaminess is always something I love looking at in other people’s work, but I found it really fun to play with the lightness myself.

Then, of course, I reverted right back to my loudness and took some faves from this week and used the Dyptic Frame app to put them together.

Lo-Mob, positively my favorite app for awhile now, helped me drum up some nostalgia from my childhood and create slides. Remember those? The endless slide show of the family trip to the Grand Canyon…”Our summer” in slides…”turn off the lights and pop some popcorn!” event…


So many camera apps to play with–so little time! I did, however get a new book that I’m very excited to tell you about. I plan on planting my tuckus in a chair this weekend as I go through all of its wonderful pages. I’ve always used my images in mixed media pieces, but Susan Tuttle and Christy Hydeck have created some new ways to play with your imagery.


This book is fabulous! I haven’t been this excited to get an Amazon book in the mail (a weekly thing around here) in awhile. I know you will love it!

Do you Instagram? Thinking you do as it is everywhere right now. I love it to pieces—capturing life one image at a time. You can follow me here.

Happy week, Lovelies!!



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2 Responses to Iphoneography Apps and books

  1. serena says:

    I was just looking at that photocraft book and almost ordered it. Guess I’ll have to now!!! I always love your recommendations. Thanks for keeping us all in the loop. BTW, I was wondering who you took your photo encaustic class with? I’m eager to learn on how to use wax with my pictures.


  2. Pam says:

    I’ve been following Susan Tuttles Pinterest page and whenever she pops new photos on I am always in awe of the images she creates with her phone apps! She used to live not an hour from my house. It would be so awesome to meet her and see how she works at it in real time !

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