Waterlogue, the hot new photo app

Have you seen the HOT new photo app for iphones and ipads called Waterlogue? It is hugely popular and is sweeping through the design community.  In fact, while cruising through Instagram yesterday two out of every three postings were Waterlogue pictures.

You can take a photo with the Waterlogue app or upload any random photo and then turn it into a water color painting.  It’s like Instagram on steroids in that it can turn even the most mediocre photo into a work  of art.

Here are a few images I made yesterday while watching (killing time) during the Super Bowl.

This is a photo as it appeared originally. Not a great photo as it was taken with my camera phone during the install and the lighting was not great.

Linda Holt Photo

Linda Holt Photo

and here it is after the Waterlogue app…pretty cool right?

Linda Holt Photo

Linda Holt Photo

Here is another mediocre “before”

Linda Holt Photo

Linda Holt Photo

and the Waterlogue “after”.

sunroom

Linda Holt Photo

Seriously, doesn’t it look like I paid several hundred dollars to have this professionally rendered? I know my clients would LOVE to have an image like this of their room.

Linda Holt Photo

Linda Holt Photo

The image below was transformed by the waterlogue “It’s Technical” filter.

Linda Holt Photo

Linda Holt Photo

As was this one was transformed in the “Bold” filter.

Linda Holt Photo

Linda Holt Photo

I totally understand the craze and addiction…everything looks fabulous in Waterlogue… Even a sink full of soaking dishes.

LInda Holt Photo

Linda Holt Photo

Have you tried it yet???  If not, are you going to join in on the fun?

 

 

17 Responses to Waterlogue, the hot new photo app
  1. Kristie Barnett, TheDecorologist Reply

    I’m dying to try it since I heard about it a few days ago! Wish I could have it on my computer, though. So do you use it on your phone and email yourself the photo, or what?

    • Linda Holt Reply

      Kristie, I used the images that are in my phone photo album. I then emailed them to myself to get them on to my blog. The dishes in the sink I photographed right through the app.

  2. Jil Sonia Interiors Reply

    That’s amazing, I’m with Kristie would love to use it on my laptop! Photos looks so artistic!

  3. Luci@BungalowAtHome Reply

    I’ve been seeing everyones comments about this all week and had to check it out!
    Love the idea of this for exterior shots of clients homes! Woo-Hoo, I now know what I’ll be giving to my clients!

    • Linda Holt Reply

      Yes Luci! I know my clients will love this..maybe even on note cards as a special gift.

  4. Livia Reply

    This is AMAZING! I just tried it with flowers in a vase, and I have an instant painting. Thanks for this post, I am addicted now!

    • Linda Holt Reply

      Thanks Livia, It is also a great way to make art work. Next thing I am going to try is having a few enlarged to possibly frame and see how they look. I’ll let you know!

  5. Sherry Reply

    Fascinating! I can’t wait to try it! Thanks, Linda :>

    • Sherry Reply

      But, sadly, no Android version now or anticipated :<

      • Linda Holt Reply

        Bummer…it is so popular that I can’t imagine they wouldn’t make one for Android….the demand is certainly there.

  6. Kelly Reply

    Wow Love this! I had been hearing about it, now I saw your pictures I really want to try out. Very cool. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Sheila Zeller Reply

    Wow! I haven’t but I’m jumping on board RIGHT NOW! I can already see a ‘plan’ taking shape! Thanks Linda!! :-)

    • Linda Holt Reply

      Your welcome Sheila! I have to say not a lot of apps impress me but this one is great! Can’t wait to see what you do with it :)

  8. Janis Hill Reply

    I have been wanting a painting of my dog. This is going to be perfect!

    • Linda Holt Reply

      I’m thinking the same thing Janis. A family portrait would be fun too!

  9. Janis Hill Reply

    Yes, Linda. A family portrait would be wonderful!

    Thank you very much for sharing this.

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