Today I’ll be talking about an app called Gradient+Synthesis. There also a couple of other well known apps that CC studio has made such as Abstract Me and Chip Photo. I;m going to show you how to make those cuts in the photo like the one I did of Horton Plaza up above.
Example 2. Those are the 2 photos I will be using for the demo of this blog post.
Now this is the default page of Gradient+Synthesis, you will notice the button are easy to figure out. It did take me a bit of time to use but it was well worth it. You have a camera, 2 play buttons and a shopping cart. The 2 play button are what we are going to use in the next demo.
The top play button I load up the light post and clouds photo.
The bottom play button I load up the escalator photo. The I tap on the paint brush button and tap on the scissors.
I tap on the dot and slide it across to pick how wide I want the cuts to be…
Then I slide my finger all over the screen to make the cuts to my liking…sometimes I do it a lot and some sometimes just a couple of swipes. It really depends on the type of style you’re looking for in the cuts.
I’m done with my cute but there is more to do with this app.
Tap on the up arrow button to get the perfect transparency you’re looking for…then hit done.
The down arrow has 2 other buttons, options and filter.
This is the option button and you have 5 different editing filter options.
These are the 4 different Filter styles.
You have 3 different save resolution sizes to choose from…I’ll pick HIGH RES !!!
This is my saved photo from using Gradient+Synthesis…but this post isn’t over !!!
Then I processed the photo with Dynamic Light.
Next I ran it through Paint FX to make those cool looking bubbles on the front.
Last I ran it through Rainy Dazes to give it that mysterious and looming feeling…if you have any questions about this post please leave a comment or you can email me firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check out my about.me page @ashcroft54, Combo Apps Instagram @combo_apps and the Facebook and Google+ pages.
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