I have always had a love of art, and when I discovered several years ago that I could turn my photos into a painting, I had a blast. As apps have improved, I couldn't wait to try the latest. I used ArtCard on a few of my favorite photos.
You probably have your own favorite apps - Sandra of Madsnapper, I am thinking of you as I have enjoyed yours very much. Anyone else care to share what they like if using art apps?
I will make another post with the original photos in the near future, where I will give you background information. You may remember some.
Enjoy the rest of your week and thanks for stopping by.
Wow, you did GOOD. My very favorite is the beautiful sunset! Next is the flower. I can't wait to see what else you do.ReplyDelete
Thanks Ginny, these apps make it so easy. I'll have more to share as time goes on :)Delete
That does look like you had fun. No apps here.ReplyDelete
It was a lot of fun Sue :)Delete
The conversion is fantastic hereReplyDelete
Thank you Roentare, there are many effects I can apply :)Delete
These are marvelous. I love texture and these have fabulous textureReplyDelete
That's great Ann, I love that too :)Delete
Fun apps these days...anything you want!ReplyDelete
They certainly are, thank you Donna and hugs from me too :)Delete
I love all these artsy photos, what a fun app. Take care, have a wonderful day and week ahead!
So glad Eileen and thank you, I wish you the same :)Delete
Looks like that you had lots of fun creating them. I don't have a smart phone or mobile phone...so no apps. whatsoever..ReplyDelete
Always a fun hobby Angie, thank you :)Delete
They are all absolutely stunning and I love each and every one of them I especially like the one with the lady with the flower on her chest and the Black Swan those are my two favorites but I love them all and you know I'm going to be trying thisReplyDelete
It's fun to see what favorites people have in this particular group, and yes I know :) Always loving what you have to share.Delete
I have a couple online apps I use, but haven't in years so I would have to Google search again.ReplyDelete
Lovely work on these photo-turned-art!!
Thank you Anni, much appreciated :)Delete
I haven't done this, but very well done.ReplyDelete
Thanks William, so glad you enjoyed :)Delete
Thank you Christine :)Delete
Cool! I've never heard of this. Now I will have to look it up.ReplyDelete
Thanks Red, would love to see some of your photos turned into art :)Delete
Great results on your photos. It would be fun to use that app on some of my photos.ReplyDelete
Thank you Ellen, I would love to see your photos done this way :)Delete
gorgeous!! the black swan and sheep are my favorites but they are all beautiful and very interesting!!ReplyDelete
Hi Debbie, I have enjoyed reading everyone’s favorites :) Thank you for letting me know yours.Delete
While I have enjoyed seeing art creations from photos, including yours, Denise, and Sandra’s as well, I have not used any apps on my own photos. I have a free version of a photo editing program on my desktop pc and mostly use it to adjust contrast and color. That said, it has some variations and maybe I will show them in a future post, thanks for the sharing suggestion.ReplyDelete
I'd like to see those Dorothy, would be fun to look at your photos with effects.Delete
These are all such fun! I'm especially liking the sheep, swan and flags!ReplyDelete
That’s great, thank you Jeanie :)Delete
Ooooo, very nice photos, Denise. What a creative way to turn a few of your photos into something artistic. They are all lovely, especially the first one holding the rose.ReplyDelete
Happy you liked them Sheri and yes, the apps are fun. Thank you! That first one is supposed to be Elizabeth I. I came across the statue in North Carolina. But more on that later :)Delete
Artcard is one my favorites. I love it because it is simple yet yields great results and it doesn't ask to pay for upgrades for better features. Snapseed from google is another favorite, especially since it is free. Distressedfx+ is something I love as well.ReplyDelete
Totally agree, I seem to go back to it all the time. I will have to try Distressedfx+. Thank you for sharing that.Delete