W is for Waterlogue App…

Painted in Waterlogue

Painted in Waterlogue

Recently I discovered a new app: Waterlogue that I am totally enjoying. Available only for the iPhone – sorry – the app takes a photo and turns it into a watercolor painting. The results are fun but watching the process is the best entertainment, ever!
Last week, I attended a wedding in New Jersey and the grounds of the venue were quite lovely: a man made lake, fountain, peacocks, lots of flowers and a bridge. I thought the symbolism of the bridge was worth capturing.So, I share the bridge with you,Painted in Waterlogue

If you have an iPhone, go download the app. You won’t be sorry! (And I’m not getting any rewards for touting this app!)

This entry was written by Honoré and published on August 22, 2014 at 3:01 pm. It’s filed under Creativity, Honoré, Photography. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

3 thoughts on “W is for Waterlogue App…

  1. Amazing APP! I saw a ‘painting’ recently and read APP was only for Apple devices. Google will catch up! I think we should Waterlogue our cuppa teas for OTV header!

    • Sure, why not – waterlogue the cuppas. Do I have access to the photos?

      Not so sure it’ll show up on Android; the developers wrote a long post about why it’s apple only – basically cause they don’t know the android software and they created this after their day job hours were over…

      On Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 3:11 PM, Our TriVista wrote:


  2. kmgraybeal on said:

    Brilliant! Time to create new cuppa photos? With an autumn feel?
    I am so loading this app today. iPhone instruction at the top of the list for our next face-to-face, H!

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