Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald
Welcome to this week’s Apps Uncovered where we feature a range of iPhoneography talent and reveal the creativity and techniques behind each of the iPhone images featured.
Included in this week’s group of top talented iPhone artists and photographers are the following: Liliana Schwitter, Angie Lambert, Ile Mont, dieuwke geervliet, Tomaso Belloni, Nicolas Santos and Kent DuFault.
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Apps used: Megaphoto / iColorama / Leonardo / Tangent / PicsArt / Trigraphy / Moldiv / Glaze
Backstory: The whistling little robot with his living in close touch to nature glasses is a part of a current working series from me, with the same mannequin head source picture, I did taken in Florence. The idea is to get character traits through editing with textures and graphic elements.
Apps used: Distressed FX, Mextures, FocalLab, Repix, iResize, Over
Backstory: It starts with a not so new suitcase which shouts to me from a window display at the local vintage shop. I’m driving down Main Street. It’s raining. I see it. I hear it. I want it. I circle back around the block, park the car, and make a dash for the door. Closed. What? How could this be? It’s 10:30 am on a Friday. The locked door proves it is true. I slide over and take a closer look through the glass. It’s the one. I dart back to the door and take a moment to read the store hours. Relief pours over me much like the rain. Friday 12-5pm. There is hope, smiling. I run errands and return precisely at noon. I’m in. The shop is charming. The clerk smiles. She knows. Her first sale of the day is imminent. I am sure of it. Surprisingly, a second suitcase peeks from under a musty pile of magazines and half a stack of silk scarves. This one needs me more than the shouting one. I have no choice. It happens. I leave with not one but two suitcases. And this is how the creative process works for me. Moments after arriving home, I scramble to set up the tripod and connect the remote shutter to the iPhone. Click, click, and click. A storytelling image reveals proof that inspiration comes in all shapes, sizes, and more often than not when we least expect.
Apps used: It was taken in on an iPhone 7 and edited through Bluristic, Snapseed, iColorama and Formulas.
Backstory: It was taken in a road amidst an artificial mangrove that in 10 years has been able to nestle more than a hundred kind of birds and many other animal species which have find a real home th
Apps used: It was taken in on an iPhone 7 and edited through Bluristic, Snapseed, iColorama and Formulas
Backstory: It was taken in a road amidst an artificial mangrove that in 10 years has been able to nestle more than a hundred kind of birds and many other animal species which have find a real home there. The light between the different kind of trees is very special. So much that it inspired and allowed this shot. Apps used: Hipstamatic 337. Shot with iPhone 7 Plus.
Apps used: Snapseed and RNI.
Backstory: I recently went to Scotland to take photos, and I was amazed by the landscapes of the Isle of Skye, and in particular here, the Quiraing. For me, this place was incredibly beautiful, and especially unusual, with its bare landscapes and strangely shaped mountains.
I have edited this picture to reflect this impression of strangeness: in Snapseed and RNI, I worked mainly saturation to achieve these darker and slightly extinct tints, which seem almost from another world, a terra incognita.
Apps used: IPhone 6+ and processed with Snapseed, TouchRetouch, and Instaflash Pro.
Backstory: Fogged in while visiting San Simeon, California. It made no difference to the happiness that we felt just being there.