Imaginary landscape render - my processes
I would like to share with you how this generative art - final render glitch art - was done. I don't really remember how many steps there were because between each I check and delete. So you know all my digital art has the same starting and ending point which is:
A) I shoot everything with an iPhone 7 - all artworks source material is photo based.
B) I air drop photos that have potential. I shoot mainly architecture (no humans involved) + store façades + around my studio space (which may or not include some abstract paintings (I paint as well). Must have lots of contrast and shapes and even better if it contains bold spots of colors.
C) I work exclusively with mobile apps and have been doing so for almost 8 years - which definitely make me a pioneer in this uprising and fascinating art discipline. Good camera apps are essential - must shoot in RAW - since I aim to print very large formats (if you follow link - this round sublimation print on aluminium can be up to 48" in diameter) - all apps most result in 4K plus edits + renders. I also use some video apps as well.
Currently waiting for the new Moment iPhone 7 cover + wide angle + macro lenses. If you're a serious mobile photographer - I recommend highly (the range of mobile phones they designed - is pretty wide).
Some apps are for production of generative renders - others to color edit - others to correct areas + do montages. All are pro grade ($$$). In all 63 - - obviously I use some more than others (and always in flux - still have some to test).
Follows some in-between renders to arrive to the top final artwork.