How to use a $2 iPad app to create semi-professional ebook covers

This was an interesting find on Tele-Read.  For those entrepreneurial authors on the go or interested in trying new things, this will interest you.  Also, it's perfect for those who experience inspiration (artistic or not) in different quarters.

"There have been several moments these past few months where I’ve looked in amazement at what some photo and drawing apps can do on the iPad, and wondered whether they’d be good tools for book cover design. Not only has Piotr Kowalczyk at Password Incorrect wondered the same thing, but he’s actually starting to experiment with the idea.

Specifically, Kowalczyk is testing an app called Phoster, which provides 70 templates that let you combine your own artwork with pre-designed typefaces and layouts. With the right photo and some thoughtful adjustments, the resulting images can pass for clean, modern book covers that look better than 80% of the self-pubbed ebook covers out there." Read more

Via Tele-Read

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