We get a number of little birds that winter over here in the Pacific Northwest. I have a nice feeder area out back that attracts them close enough for me to practice my bird photography and catch some unique poses and behavior as they manage their perches around the food. I combined a couple of shots here and composited in the branches and a background from Jai Johnson’s Farm Collection textures.
I enjoyed creating this one using a combination of Procreate, Repix, Distressed Effects, Snapseed, and iColorama apps on my iPad. I can then take it into Photoshop and play even further with filters plug-ins such as Topaz or Nik plugins by DxO. Also using elements from foxeysquirrel and model faces from The Colby Files.
Title: “Georgiga Curiosa”
One of the great things about the iPhone and camera apps is that you are never without a camera (unless you forget your phone, I guess…) and no excuses especially if there is a garden center just down the way. Created with BlendCamera and one of the default styles in the app. That’s all!
This started with a photo of a model in a red flowing dress, added a fractal background made in FraxHD, created the “melting look” with Form>Sort feature in iColorama, then finished with metal textures from iColorama layered and masked on top.
It’s not always that things work out without a lot of effort, but this image just sort of happened while exploring iColorama on my iPad.