Blue List, digital composite.
OK. I'm messing around with my iPhone Camera and the jillions of apps I'm buying like an addict! This photo was done with about three apps and three photos. Here is how I did it:
Using the iPhone Photo app, DXP (to make double exposures), I opened the trunk first and then the storm tree. I used the "Screen" setting to combine them.
These two looked like this after I used the "screen" setting on their double exposure:
I thought this looked like it needed something else in the middle where all the white is. So, I added the photo below using DXP:
App List, Digital Photo
I was trying out the app, Classic Toy, when I snapped this photo of the list I was making of apps I wanted to buy. I used the "Vintaged Damaged Film" to take the photo with that app. Then I used DXP to add this third photo to the mix. I used the "Difference" setting in DXP.
And it ended up looking like this:
Blue List, manipulated Digital Photo
Remember, all this is done right on the iPhone using the built in camera and a few apps added to the phone. Nothing was opened in Photoshop to manipulate it. It can all be manipulated on the iPhone. Then I emailed the photos to myself in order to post them here on my blog. Amazing? AMAZING!!
. . . and, OH-- SO MUCH FUN!
[Note added 8/17/10: I don't email my photos to myself anymore. I sync my iPhone to my computer using iPhoto for photographs. Then when I open iPhoto on my computer, I can just click and drag a photo over the icon of Photoshop and it opens in that application. Way cool and easy peasy!]