These surreal collages are unique and unconventional. They encourage spontaneity and moving beyond what is predictable. In other art forms I’ve explored, there was this pressure I put on myself to get things “right.” For me, this style helps to alleviate those expectations and allows me to be more playful and experimental in my approach. It has enabled me to be really open in my creative expression. Apple highlights eight Shot on iPhone photos used to create four different collages with photo and video editor Bazaart.
Apple occasionally employs artists to make beautiful Shot on iPhone photos. This time is no exception, as the business commissioned graphic designer Gaia Barnatan to combine some Shot on iPhone photographs with a strong iPhone editing programme. Apple’s Instagram feed shows Barnatan manipulating photos on the iPhone to create picture fusions. “You can build whatever you can imagine,” Apple writes. Barnatan claims that
With the app, you can remove the background from any photo with the magic background eraser. In addition, it’s possible to remove unwanted objects and people from any photo with “surgical precision” by using the repair tool. Bazaart lets users add up to 100 photo layers and 5 video layers, each layer independently editable with all changes being reversible. Bazaart Premium offers two subscription options – $11.99 per month or $71.99 per year – and offers the magic background removal and the ability to create without limits with a huge collection of templates, graphics, and fonts. You can find it on the App Store here. What do you think of these Shot on iPhone creations? Did you know the Bazaart app? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.