HERE ARE SOME OF THE REVIEWS FROM THE BEST MOBILE MOVERS IN THE WORLD...
Koci Hernandez - From a master to your own master –– There is no better resource or inspiration in the world of mobile photography!
Joanne Carter, TheAppWhisperer.com - “Wow,this new ebook totally blew us away. If you’re interested in learning more about mobile photography AppAlchemy is a must be on your essentials list, it is sensational”.
Marty Yawnick, Publisher, lifeinlofi.com - App Alchemy is pure magic -- a brilliant new iPhoneography classroom-in-an-app, blurring the distinction between an ebook & interactive app.
Bob Weil, Co-author The Art of iPhone Photography - iPhone Obsessed was a seminal book and inspiration in my evolution as an artist. Immersing myself in this amazing set of tutorials, I discovered the range of expression that the iPhone made possible.
Kevin Kuster, Cheif Photo Editor, @joshjohnson - Every once and awhile someone with a singular successful voice comes out and moves the bar to a new level. I have all of Dan’s appbooks and I believe he is one of the best teachers out there and he creates a wonderful product no matter the cost.
Karen Divine - One of my first introductions to the iPhone was iPhone Obsessed opened pandora’s box and pummeled me into another incredible creative process.
Cindy Patrick - Nothing short of amazing!!! Expertly written and beautifully designed.
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AppAlchemy is a 100 page interactive iPad eBook on Experimental Photography Processes with iPhone Apps from Dan Marcolina, the Author of the critically acclaimed iPhone Obsessed Series.
AppAlchemy features overviews of Marcolina's 40 essential apps and 32 image formulas some with detailed step by step video tutorials. Over 5 hours of video instruction altogether. It also includes many, many resource links and examples of work based around each app by some of the worlds best iPhoneographers.
N O T E: Internet connection required for best experience.
You will learn from one of the most experienced and recognized digital artist in iPhoneography today. Cut through the clutter of over 8000 photography apps and be personally introduced to Marcolina's 40 essential apps in 8 categories including:
Production Apps, like Photoforge2 and Snapseed
Grunge Apps, like Vintage Scene and Modern Grunge
Light and Blur Apps, like Tiltshift and BigLens
Toon and Graphic Apps, like Decim8 and ToonPaint
Film Looks Apps, like PlasticBullet and Dramatic Black & White
Camera Apps, like SlowShutter and CCD
HDR Apps, like Simply HDR and TrueHDR
Auto FXs Apps, like RetroCamera and Jazz
Dan gives you the inside secrets to be up and running in these apps explaining the most important creative strengths of each. But more importantly he gives you insights on how to think about picture taking, combining apps and pre-visualization for successful images. As one of the early leaders in this new "Mobile Movement" and a internationally recognized digital designer/photographer for 25 years he also shares his thoughts on what sets iPhoneography apart from traditional photography and why he considers it an important shift in the art form.
Dan gives you detailed video instruction on how he assembled some of his favorite creations, and formulas for 32 of his recent images. Along with hand picking and displaying over 130 images from the most notable iPhoneographers from around the world as they pertain to each app.
And there is even a way to submit your work for inclusion in the appBooks live gallery or add your tricks and tips to a live discussion on each app. Many iphoneography resources, equipment and other tutorials are listed in a live interactive guide.
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