- Choosing which photos to use
- Stacking apps
- Combining two photos in a basic collage
- Using Juxtaposer's masking brushes
- Working with layers in Photoshop Touch
- Adding finishing touches with LensLight and Snapseed
Skill Level Intermediate
(simple music) - [Voiceover] One of the great things about camera phones and tablets is that you can use them for both image capture as well as image processing. The immediacy of being able to work with your photos on a small mobile device really opens the door to a whole new type of creative engagement with your images. Hi, I'm Se?n Duggan, and welcome to Creating Photo Composites on Smartphones and Tablets. In this course, we'll explore using camera phones and tablets to create photographic composites.
We'll begin by taking a look at the types of images that work well for the compositing capabilities that are available on these platforms. Having a good understanding of this will influence how you compose your shots, especially if you know that you'll want to use them in a collage. We'll also examine what features are essential for creating composites. This will help you decide on the right apps, no matter what mobile platform you use. Then we'll move on to specific image projects in a variety of apps that will allow us to use features such as blend modes, layers, and layer masks to create intriguing and fun composite images.
If you love to photograph with your camera phone and process the images on a mobile device and want to take your creativity into the realm of the composite image, I think you're really gonna like what I have to share with you in this course. Let's get to it.