Thursday, February 13, 2014

Blog Guelph: Walking in a painted wonderland

Sun on the water by @klawrenc
Sun on the water, a photo by @klawrenc on Flickr.

Painted Camera is a soon-to-be-released iPhone app from The 11ers, makers of Glaze. Unlike Glaze, it's a shooting app as opposed to an editing app. 

I'm partial to painterly effects and from the moment I saw users testing it on Facebook I've been anxiously awaiting its release. Last night, to my delight, I received a promo code from the developer to download it before its release on The App Store.

There are a variety of lenses to choose from and I have to say it rocks. It's good enough to be used on its own but could also be used in combination with other apps as part of your design workflow. 

The photos I'm sharing with you today were taken on my walk home from work today. I look forward to shooting more tomorrow... perhaps some downtown streetscapes...

- Kim 

There's more to this thread. See two more photos shot with Painted Camera: In the woods and Sun in the trees.

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