Combo Apps/Bending Light

Lens Light

Today is a mini blog about “Bending Light.” I wanted to show people and people who follow me. That sometimes you don’t always need a photo, just a black background and a creative imagination. This reminds me as kid when I would lay my desk. I would see these bright bursts of colorful lights and design. It was my own little kaleidoscope that only I could see. Some kids would look up at the sky and see shapes and figure within the clouds. I would lay on my desk, make my own little show in the head with colorful lights. It was my way of zoning out as a kid. Now that’s I’m an adult I can show you how to see these color lights and streaks and bend them to your liking. Up above is what I made with Lens Light, by just using the black loaded screen. I came across doing this by accident, but making a mistake of loading a photo with Photo App Link. All the photo had was all the light flares I used and no photo, then I said hmmmmmm…I got an idea !!! This was a new fresh image I made with Lens Light. This might be fun on the iPad too !!!

This blog is dedicated to Bhavika Tailor as a birthday present from me to her, for making me happy inside again.

1st time with Rays

2nd time with Rays

Then I loaded the image onto Rays not once but twice, because I really wanted to pull the light out.

Camera Roll-1209

After I’m doing pulling light, the image gets loaded back onto Lens Light again. I added Sparkle Spectrum and Blue Spikes in the middle next.

Dynamic Light

Now you want to add more color and make more brighter, that’s where Dynamic Light comes in handy.

Picture Show Mirrored

After you done playing with Dynamic Light, load your photo with Picture Show and use Mirrored. Then you will get this effect with the light bending and save it. You can try and mirror you image as many time as your liking. I just did it one time.

Bending Light

Last load up Pic Frame and use the thirds layout, load the same image in all three sections. After you load the images, slide the border off and move/adjust the images in your liking. I did start, middle and end. You can use any layout you like with Pic Frame. The possibility are endless and your imagination can go wild !!!

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6 Responses to Combo Apps/Bending Light

  1. I am not sure where you are getting your information, but good topic. I needs to spend some time learning more or understanding more. Thanks for magnificent information I was looking for this information for my mission.

  2. Ben Carl says:

    Just thought i would comment and say neat design, did you code it yourself? Looks great.

    • ashcroft54 says:

      No I didn’t code it myself, I know how to copy and past lots of places that make HTML codes for me. A lot of the photo and screen shot are posted on Flickr, they give you codes to copy and paste your photos where ever you post HTML.

  3. Test123 says:

    Excellent espresso and a cold morning on the patio with the k9 reading some fantastic copy, just what more can an individual ask for?

  4. What a great post! Definitaly gonna try this! 🙂

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