The morning cup with Valdese

#lumixgx7 with 12-35/2.8 X, edit with Mattebox. Thanks to +Joseph Linaschke of +ApertureExpert for turning me onto Mattrbox for iOS. What's your favorite mobile photo apps?

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About Giulio Sciorio

Since 2009, Hybrid Photography pioneer Giulio Sciorio has been blending still + motion & sound with his photography. Giulio is a Lumix Luminary, commercial photographer and founder of - the resource for everything Hybrid. A portfolio of Giulio’s hybrid work can be found at

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7 Responses to The morning cup with Valdese

  1. Mark Hales March 7, 2014 at 5:06 pm #

    I have an Android phone and use an app called photo editor(very original) and it's very good.

    I used to use Vignette but now its ruined, it's more like instagram and is so un-user friendly now its embarrassing….I paid £3 for that 2 years ago and it was the best app out there,I've asked for my money back but they cant even be bothered to return my email.

    I've heard great things about Snapspeed FWIW.

  2. Kevin Worley March 7, 2014 at 6:01 pm #

    +Snapseed is the most powerful tool out there. I also like +VSCOcam, for their large library of film emulation.

  3. Ken Burg March 8, 2014 at 2:20 pm #

    Nice shot Guilio. I’d still like to know how you and other reviewers get quality images from their GX7′s. Everything I shoot looks great on the screen but horrible in Photoshop and Lighroom.

    • Giulio Sciorio March 10, 2014 at 6:57 pm #

      There are many factors why the shots look much different in Photoshop vs the cameras screen. Try constant preview and have the histogram on if you’re having issues with exposure. Also look at the images on another computer and shoot JPEG + RAW.

      • Ken Burg March 10, 2014 at 7:04 pm #

        Thanks for the feedback. I suppose I should have given a little more info on how I shoot. I always shoot RAW + jpg; I use constant preview. I’m talking about viewing the final image at 100% in LR or Photoshop and the quality is bad: at 1600 there are artifacts galore as though the photo was taken on a piece of wool fabric! Even judicious noise reduction on the RAW file, though better than the jpg, leaves much to be desired. Same on both of my GX7′s so it’s not like I have a bad apple.

  4. GFF March 12, 2014 at 5:34 pm #

    VSCOcam is the best I’ve tried. Its from the same VSCO that makes LR presets, and the quality of their app has convinced me to buy a few of those. I’m very pleased with both products.

    Check out their curated VSCO grid. I’m amazed and humbled by what people can do with their phones (Although from the EXIF data you can see people also process photos from “real” cameras). If you join the grid, let me know your username, I’d love to see your work there.

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