I stuck to one app sofar: Snapseed. The more I use it the more I get the hang of it and the more fun I have with it. Miksang contemplative photography is not at all about filters and making your pictures prettier that what you actually saw, but I like that I can play around with an image and I am really surprised with the enormous possibilities with these apps.
Below are some impressions of the past weeks.
|Vintage style pink rose and reflection. I obviously used a filter.|
|Tulip at its peak. No filter, but I enhanced the whites.|
|Pink elastic in shadow of bike wheel. I used a filter and enhanced the saturation.|
|Green laundry basket and its shadows. This was actually a Miksang moment, so I didn't change anything, just cropped it to a square.|
|Dutch clogs. Again just cropped.|
|Dutch farm. A lot of work done here on exposure, contrast, cropping and saturation.|
|Lamp in my bedroom. Just cropped. iPhone does not take good pictures in the dark, but this one turned out lovely.|
|Red and yellow bike. Another Miksang moment, so no tricks.|
|Light on floor of waiting room. Just cropped.|
|Colors at work. Miksang moment.|
|Our building in scaffolds. Worked on saturation.|
|Orange circle. Got a bit carried away by @colorsoftheweek, so I used a lot: saturation, exposure and contrast. Construct is not really my thing.|