Playing with the Diana photo-app

Many thanks to PrairieJill for letting me know about this Diana phone app. I am addicted!! The app takes 2 photos and overlays them with or without a filter

I have let it randomly choose photos and then I have applied various filters.

In no particular order are some of the composite photos that I have made with this app so far:

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Then there is the Hipster filter which gives very brightly coloured blends:

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diana_photo_2014_06_27_14_20_58_resizedI haven’t bought the pro version yet so all the above photos are very low resolution and have the Diana watermark on them.

So far I think my favorite is the mostly orange and blue-green one with the group of kids walking on the street. But I also like the assorted geese swimming in the middle of the city!!

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Playing with the Diana photo-app

  1. Wow – Marsha, these are wonderful!! I’ve been ignoring the Hipster filter because I thought it looked too strong, but after seeing your results, I’ll go back and try it again. Hard to pick a favourite here. I do like the geese swimming through the city! I also love the bird on a wire (4th from the end). Great stuff!

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