Tuesday, 19 June 2012

ColorSplash by Rosie.

This picture was made on ColorSplash, an cheap (69p) ipad app for photo effects. You take or upload a photo, and it automatically turns black and white. Then, you can choose the brush size (small for fine detail, big for large colouring areas) and paint back in the colours on some parts. This tricks the eye into looking at the coloured area, giving a great and arty look to your photos.

For more information, click here.

By Rosie.


  1. Wow, Rosie - great job! That app works really well & you've created an eye-catching picture - perhaps you could demonstrate it as a Digital Leader to my class?
    Mr K :-)

    1. I think I'll practice on my dad's computer and then yes, I'll be happy to demonstrate!

  2. Hi its Toby!

    I really like the colorspash, it is dull but the bottle lightens the picture up. I hope you make more!

    Well Done!

  3. ColourSplash is a great app, I have it installed on my iPod Touch. It creates an amazing effect on your photos.
    May I reccommend some more photo-editing apps?
    Photoshop Lite (free)
    BeFunky (free or 69p)
    Jack B

  4. WOW! I have never actually seen this app before, but I absolutely love the effect it creates on the final picture. It looks quite Dali-esque in my opinion. Thanks for sharing.

    Mr Harrison
    Miriam Lord Primary School, Bradford.

  5. well done rosie that's cool

    from elise