Hola! This is the written-out version of the tutorial I just posted on YouTube using a few “iPhoneography” apps. Let me know if you have any questions, or what your favorite iphoneography apps are. There is a list with links to the iTunes App Store in my previous post, but this is a more detailed tutorial, with screen shots. OK, let’s get started!
First, I used Adobe PS Express.
Select a photo from your iPhone edit it as you like. The main thing I usually do for a TinyPlanet photo is to increase the saturation and make sure the horizon line is as straight as possible. Save the photo to your phone.
Next: Next, open the TinyPlanet app. Select your just-edited photo from your photo library, and then select the little “tiny planet” button. There are two options:
After the picture finishes processing, it will look similar to this: Next, I usually crop a the photo a bit using Adobe PS Express again.
Finally, I edit the image using pixlr-o-matic. I love the different filters, boarders and light effects, this is an amazing app and even better because it’s free! Even if you don’t have an iPhone, you can use it in your browser or download it to your computer as a free program.
Now that I’m happy and “finished” with my image, I save it and share it! Most frequently, I upload to Instagram, but I also use the WordPress app from my phone to add them to my blog posts.
I hope this post was helpful! Let me know if you have any questions, and don’t forget to read the previous post for more details about each app.
Thanks! Have a great day!