Snappy H’appy Photo Challenge Week 12 – Mix It Up

I have immensely enjoyed participating in Snappy H’appy Photo Challenge so I am a bit sad that this fun challenge has come to the final part which is Mix it up. And as always, the co-hosted weliveinaflat and firebonnet have done their remarkable work by asking challengers to utilize one or more effects that we have explored so far from the beginning of the challenge, and then stick them together into the collage.

Before posting the 12th entry to this week’s theme, I would like to recap what my responses to this amazing challenge were.

Week 1 – Bokeh
Week 2 – HDR and Saturation
Week 3 – Watercolour apps
Week 4 – Cutouts
Week 5 – Light Leak Effects
Week 6 – Colour Filter
Week 7 – Turn your photo into a sketch
Week 8 – Mirroring
Week 9 – Double Exposures
Week 10 – A pop or splash of colour
Week 11 – Text on photo

So, I choose 5 photos that I took when I was at Disneyland Hong Kong. I then used FotoRus to apply colour filters and lighting & bokeh effect. The collage and text on photo have been done in this app as well. I adapted this picture in particular way to get a magical moment as if we were in a fairytale.


Last but not least, I’d like to say thank you to this challenge’s hosts who have come up with the fun, challenging, and inspiring themes in each week.

Thank you :)

Colours on the ground

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I think one of the advantages of using mobile phone to take photos is that we can capture images in a various angles. Like this one that I lowered my iPhone 5s to get the picture of dry red/orange maple leaves on the green moss ground during the trip at Ginkakuji, Kyoto, Japan.

This photo was processed later in Line camera, and it was re-sized in ‘Resize Image’. Photo credit was added in Phonto, one of my favourite text apps.

I’d like to add another picture that I used LINE brush to provide the painting filter to it. This one was applied with the Seurat effect which I think this filter wants to imitate the arts by Georges Seurat.

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This post is a respond to Phoneography Challenge, the Phone as Your Lens: Nature.