iPhoneography Insights: Not the Louvre

I was grabbing a coffee at Starbucks recently and I noticed their app pick of the week, Juxtaposer — an app that had been on my iTunes wishlist for a while.

Juxtaposer lets you combine multiple pictures into creative and fun photomontages quickly and easily thanks to its intuitive and responsive user interface. 

– Pocket Pixels Inc.

I happily grabbed a card on the counter, entered the promo code in the App Store, and immediately began using the app.

These are the two photos that I’d decided to work with after combing through my library for a couple of minutes. The aim was for one photo to provide a clean background and the other a subject to place onto the background. Juxtaposer made it pretty easy to extract the building by zooming in on the photo as I was selecting which part to extract, although some sort of line tool would definitely have been helpful in this situation. I finished it off in VCSO Cam with a black and white preset.

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