One Word Challenge: Cats in the Waterlogue App

Back to testing Waterlogue, a photo app that makes great watercolours, this time on cats.

In the past I have been disappointed in how Waterlogue translated faces, both human and cat. In December 2015 they added a ‘facial recognition’ algorithm to the program and while it still doesn’t work as well as it should the face of this little tabby cat looks pretty good. I would probably add in a bit more detail in the eye.
Pearly Cat in WaterlogueAnother cat, a ginger one, sprawled on the floorboard. I ended up using the ‘Travelogue’ look for both these short-haired cats as it has the most detail and they didn’t show up that well in the other looks.
Gingin Cat in Waterlogue's 'Travelogue' lookWhere the app really shines is this piece of cheeky fluff – he looks good in almost any of the the watery looks.
Fluffy ginger cat in WaterlogueRoly-poly fluff.
Fluffy ginger cat in WaterlogueRelaxed fluff.
Fluffy ginger cat in Waterlogue More of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Cat.

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