In today’s post we’re going to focus on photography I made with my iPad Pro
I wouldn’t call myself a photographer!
I do enjoy making images, & I made a filter I think is worth sharing.
If you’d like to skip to a specific section of this post, feel free to use the table of contents below to do so.
1. What You Need
To use this filter you’ll need to get your hands on a laptop/computer w/ photoshop or the iPad Pro w/ procreate. Both photoshop & procreate can be used to save, open, & edit PSD (photoshop) files.
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Click the download button below. When it’s fully downloaded right-click the file & click un-zip.
If you want to use it w/ your iPad Pro, airdrop the file once it’s unzipped. Or use dropbox.
3. How To Use The Filter
Replace the layer labeled “Replace” w/ your photo.
You can play around w/ the layer mask to tweak the visibility & composition of certain textures & colors.
4. My Red Photography
The whole idea of red filters isn’t original, but I did try to put my own spin on it. I originally got the idea while watching one of my favorite films Goodfellas.
The scene where Jimmy, Henry, & Tommy dig up Billy Batts was shot beautifully. The car lights illuminate the foggy night leaving nothing but the silhouette of our protagonist & his friends digging visible.
What You Should Do Now
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To see what I’m currently working on
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