Werble App Tutorial
The video below is a brief tutorial of the Werble app available on iOS and Android. In the video, I use my Apple iPhone 8 Plus and an image I took with my DSLR. If you’d like to follow along on the tutorial I use the Force FX II Bundle and the included Weather Bundle. The image I used for this video is available below if you’d like to download and follow along or feel free to use your own image and try something different. I found the app to be a great way to add some life to your still images. I prefer using subtle effects as opposed to creating elaborate scenes. A small addition of smoke, fire or other elements will give make the viewer do a double-take. The app is robust and it is certainly a place to let your creativity run wild. This is not a paid tutorial or review.
If you have any questions or want to share your creations you can reach out to me on my Instagram: @instadurr. Also, please let us know if you like this type of content and if you would like to see more done with mobile photography and video.
After studying broadcast journalism at Illinois State University, I began my career in Central Illinois creating commercials and on-air promotions for local television affiliates. From 2008 to 2012, I worked for The Marketing Store where I created content for clients such as McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, and Southern Comfort. From there, I worked for Maddock Douglas, an innovation consulting firm, developing an internal photo/video offering. I left Maddock Douglas to be a creative director at FÁS Chicago, where I worked primarily for Case Construction. In 2017, I relocated to Indianapolis with my wife and two sons and I have started Michael Durr Photo/Video, LLC. Currently, I work in partnership with Kevin Raber and PhotoPXL, creating video content on all things photography. In addition I work on other freelance projects primarily around the midwest. Throughout my career, talented friends and great mentors have surrounded me. I have been fortunate to wake up every day never feeling like I was going to work. The combination of my professional experience, personality and drive to improve has given me a unique perspective from behind the lens. It is a combination of work and life that inspires me.