Yesterday, I introduced Paper Camera. Today, I’m going to show you a quick lesson on adjusting the Sketch Up effect to gain more control over the effect.
Start by opening up the Paper Camera app, then scroll through the effects by clicking the right arrow to get to the Sketch Up effect (or another one you like).
Point the camera at the subject and frame it the way you like. You can see the effect in your LCD live. If you don’t like the effect you chose, click the right or left arrow to change the effect.
Once you have the effect you want, you can adjust the contrast, brightness, and lines sliders to get a look you like. Here are the steps one-by-one:
Your Assignment: Experiment with each slider. Raising the contrast makes the light areas very light and the dark areas very dark–you can cause some parts of the subject to disappear. The brightness lightens and darkens the entire image. The lines adjustment is the most interesting to me. It thickens/darkens or thins/lightens the lines in the image. You can get a very minimalist effect or a completely filled in look this way.