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Old Store Using Icolorama on ipad

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I've been frustrated with trying to play with textures and paint on the ipad, since the mobile version of LR has no layers, and other layer programs I'd tried have been less than I'd hoped. Then I discovered icolorama. It's cheap, and it is a massive and complex application for a mobile platform. I haven't figured out 10% of it yet, but it's a fun if frustratingly complicated journey. It accomplishes layers in the reverse method of what we're used to in PS. The concept of masking is in there, but backwards.

This is an old store outside McAdams MS, in a part of the town that was abandoned when the railroad folded.
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Nothing to critique...looks good to me

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Fun stuff Minnie.
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Psjunkie wrote:
Sun Nov 04, 2018 6:55 pm
Nothing to critique...looks good to me
Thanks Frank.
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Ernst-Ulrich Schafer wrote:
Mon Nov 05, 2018 1:55 pm
Fun stuff Minnie.
And fun it is! Thanks for the look Ernst!
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minniev wrote:
Sun Nov 04, 2018 3:27 pm
I've been frustrated with trying to play with textures and paint on the ipad, since the mobile version of LR has no layers, and other layer programs I'd tried have been less than I'd hoped. Then I discovered icolorama. It's cheap, and it is a massive and complex application for a mobile platform. I haven't figured out 10% of it yet, but it's a fun if frustratingly complicated journey. It accomplishes layers in the reverse method of what we're used to in PS. The concept of masking is in there, but backwards.

This is an old store outside McAdams MS, in a part of the town that was abandoned when the railroad folded.
Appears to be Apple only iColorama
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