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Although this is in principle a very basic photo of a table being set for Thanksgiving Dinner, the iPhone photography apps have transformed it into a highly stylized image. I can't quite articulate what sort of feelings or ideas the final result conveys, but there is something about this that goes beyond a typical table set for a meal, Thanksgiving or otherwise. There's something about it that I find oddly compelling, despite the scratches and distressed elements.

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Spooky Old Cemetery

It's not that hard to make an individual gravestone to look spooky, at least with certain types of gravestone, but making an entire cemetery look creepy or spooky is harder than you might expect. The subject matter may have an inherently spooky element, but it's also often very bright with lots of trees and colorful flags — and all of this works against creating images that convey spookiness, creepiness, horror, etc.

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Howling Mookie, Psycho Cat

This is Mookie. Mookie is a real psycho cat. Don't get me wrong, she can also be very sweet and she has the cutest little face — but she is also completely psychotic. If she were human, she'd be on medication. She'll run and the slightest provocation and she can often be found fighting with her own tail.

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Vintage Paris Postcard

This image of Paris started as a much bigger photograph, but I cropped out a lot of what was there — people and a railing that I thought detracted from Parisian skyline. Unfortunately, after cropping so much out, the final image has a fairly low resolution. One way to deal with low-resolution images is to put them through iPhone photography apps and filters that create distressed or retro effects.

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Toon Chevy, Muted

The lines and colors of classic cars make them great subjects for photography and this 1955 Chevy Bel Air is an especially good example of why that's true. The original photo was run through two iPhone photography apps. The first was ToonPaint, an app that transforms a photograph into something that looks hand drawn, like a cartoon. I then used the ToonColor feature to add some color and detail from the original photo back into the black and white drawing.

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Ominous Church Tower

Sometimes the strongest and most interesting photo effects can be created when an image is processed through multiple iPhone photography apps. This image of a church tower was created with three different iPhone apps. The first is HDR Pro which I used to create the original photograph. The second is Photo Studio which I used to add the colors. The third is Pixlromatic which I used to shift the colors slightly, darken the image, then add the rain overlay.

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