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Video Tutorial: Building an Image Collage


Posted on August 18th, by koci hernandez in Tutorials. 40 comments

A unique iPhone video tutorial. I’ll bet you’ve NEVER seen anything like this before! With some iPhone magic, you’ll be able to see ‘live’ through the viewfinder as I snap images and process them on my phone.


The above video is only a sample, scroll down to purchase the full tutorial

Description:
In our first tutorial I’ll be showing you my favorites apps of the moment, walking you through the importance of locking your exposure for optimum image results and how to build an image collage like the image below.

Details:
Author: Richard Koci Hernandez
File Format: .MOV [Download]
Running Time: 36 minutes

 

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WE THOUGHT YOU GUYS WERE SUPER COOL.

You want us to pay for this?

THAT’S JUST WRONG!

Hear us out.

WHY WE’RE CHARGING:

This isn’t about putting money in our pocket. This reason we’re charging is simple. We want to create and host a mobile photography workshop we’ve named The Momentum Workshop in New York City.

Excerpt from The Momentum Workshop Proposal:

Keeping in mind that this event would be a first of a kind, it provides
an incredible opportunity to connect, gather and learn in ways that
we have never witness before at a global scale by bringing together
some of the most significant and influential mobile photographers of
today, with the purpose of improving key creative skills, sharing ideas,
demonstrating the use of artistic apps, and learning together in a fun
and dynamic environment.

Obviously making this dream workshop a reality requires economic resources. That’s where the $1.99 price tag for our video tutorials comes into play. You’ll be helping support the creation of this unique workshop and learning some cool stuff along the way.

But wait there’s more! Along with every paid tutorial we’ll be creating a FREE tutorial as well. You can find them here.

Thank you for your support, enjoy!

-LoFiMode Team

 

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40 Responses to “Video Tutorial: Building an Image Collage”

  1. Great Job guys Keep up the good work. Thanks for inpiring me. Thanks:)nn1

  2. mal sherlock says:

    I’m looking forward to watching the tutorial and posting a fashion collage over the weekend.

    Best of luck with raising the funds for The Momentum Workshop and I’m more than happy to contribute $1.99 for “Masterclass” training.

    I’ll post a more detailed review after I watch the 36min tutorial.

    Cheers – @fashion

    • konstruktivist says:

      Mal,
      Thanks a lot for your kind support. We are truly looking forward to this Workshop in NYC. Can’t wait to see what you think of the tutorials. A lot more to come :)
      Cheers

      D.

  3. caroline says:

    Excited about this tutorial – though I do love tracking my interests with from the hip – iphone snap shots this tutorial is spurring me on to try the next level if my jailbroken 3G – can manage it-

  4. Daniel says:

    I bought it as the $1.99 seems fair. Looking forward to learning something new.

  5. georgina says:

    congrats!! awesome

  6. dimitris karathanos says:

    Exciting, full of ideas and very detailed. Looking forward to more. More than happy to contribute for the Momentum Workshop.

  7. Fabs says:

    nice, it helped a lot! :)
    thanks, hope there’s more to come!
    Best, Fabs

  8. Christina Noerdam Andersen says:

    Thank you for a great tutorial, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Already looking forward to the next one :)

    @cirkeline

    • konstruktivist says:

      Christina,
      Thank you dear, yes new material is on it’s way very shortly.
      Thank you so much for the support!
      D.

  9. larry says:

    Really helpful and inspiring, I’m enjoying the transition from the control process of traditional photography (film and digital) to the WTF, let’s open the door to accidential results, then decide what to keep and expand and what to discard.
    Larry

    • konstruktivist says:

      Exactly! :) it’s all about happy accidents & being able to skim through them in order to have fun and enjoy this new for of art. Thanks for the support, much appreciated!
      D.

  10. Fernando says:

    Thanks so much! Inspiring!
    This tutorial has completely elevated my instagram experience.
    Looking forward to many more!
    @f_alday

    • konstruktivist says:

      Thank you Fernando,
      We are excited for the future of LFM & mobile photography as well.
      That’s the main reason behind LFM :)
      Stay tuned and thank you for the support!
      Best
      D.

  11. David Ingraham says:

    Great stuff, guys! Enjoyed both the tutorials, look forward to more!

  12. Max says:

    the Dada movement ( Max Ernst for exemple) is a great source of inspiration for an image collage.

  13. […] “Building an image collage” — gets the duo off to a great start. In the 30+ minute tutorial, Koci first gives us a peek at what’s installed on his phone. If you’ve ever wondered what he uses to get such iconic images, this is pure gold. You’ll learn why he shoots over 90% of his pics in one particular camera app, as well as the reasons he avoids the native iPhone camera whenever possible. […]

    • konstruktivist says:

      Thank you so much, Blake!
      I will get back to you shortly regarding that interview.
      Thanks for the shout out on keepsy.com | Much appreciated
      D.

  14. Great tutorial, it reminded to have control over my exposure. My iPhone night photography has improved.

    @p67_byLynetteJackson

  15. nikosx says:

    what a great tutorial. really great. congrats.

  16. larry says:

    Very helpful. I had a problem keeping track of which app was
    being used at any given step in the process.
    Sorry I’m in Phila, not San Francisco for tomorrow’s conference.
    Larry G

    • konstruktivist says:

      If there’s anything you want to know, please let us know and we will try to answer to your request the best we can. Thank you for the support. Stay tuned, lots more funs tuff to come soon!

  17. Robyn Dudley says:

    Great tutorial. I keep reviewing it over and over again. Cant wait for future tutorials. I hope you both post the steps for the editing process you went over at 1197 in SF last month.

    • konstruktivist says:

      Yes, definitely will do that.
      We are working on a program schedule “classes” in order to cover some areas on mobile photo montage. Stay tuned, we will release some info soon!
      Thank you for the feed back and support, much appreciated!
      Best
      D.

  18. iqbal says:

    what the name of the application?
    already in the app store?
    or you just sell the tutorial?

    By the way, this amazing tutorial.
    love it!!! :)

  19. iqbal says:

    what the name of the application?
    already in the app store?
    or you just sell the tutorial?
    By the way, this amazing tutorial
    love it!! 😀

  20. Tom says:

    Really enjoyed the tutorial. I learned a great deal.

  21. moerdo says:

    Nice video tutorial Richard… I have learnt a lot from this video alone. Thanks!

  22. Carlos says:

    Thanks for the tutorial and your other work. It’s great!
    It was fun to watch.
    Extremely happy to help from the other side of the world!
    Keep it up!nn1

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