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Thinking about how much I've come to love using the apps on my iPhone, and what wonderful effects I can create with them in a matter of seconds, but seeing that I was running out of nice images on my 'film roll' that I could play with, I suddenly had the idea that I could turn things around:
Why not prepare an image that I had taken with a regular camera in Photoshop, transfer it to my iPhone, and see what I can do with it there?
And then put it back on the pc, and check out the result.
Well, I did just that. This image was taken last year with a Canon Powershot G5. It's windmill De Marsch, in the Netherlands. Nice enough photo, but nothing spectacular. Until I started playing with it in Snapseed.
And this is what came out:
Doing it like this is a bit upside down, inside out, the wrong way around, I suppose - but I like it.