Creating art with Waterlogue: beware, it’s addictive

I’ve been having such fun with the Waterlogue app: I’m no professional photographer, relying on my trusty iphone 4 to capture my memories, but even the most basic images can look beautiful when given the Waterlogue treatment. Here’s the Victorian pier at Eastbourne in East Sussex, last weekend:

Waterlogue seascape credit Jenny Hastie findthedetails.com

… the beautiful Canadian Lake of the Woods in Northwestern Ontario, which we didn’t want to leave last summer….

Waterlogue lake view, credit Jenny Hastie findthedetails.com

And the boys making a bonfire this Saturday night:

Waterlogue image, credit Jenny Hastie findthedetails.com

Ordinary objects (and cats with ambitions to become models) turn into decorative still lives….

Waterlogue still life credit Jenny Hastie findthedetails.com

The finished files are large enough to be reproduced as hard images for display and framing, making them a clever and unique way to create personal artwork.

Find Waterlogue in the App store, and do share your images with me via Pinterest, I’d love to see them. Jx

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