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 top talented iPhone artists and photographers are the following: Gabriele Rodriquez, eliza badoiu, Tania Kenneth, Keith Midson, David DeNagel, lorenka campos, Shel Serkin, Stefanie L.P., jun yamaguchi and Alex M.
If you’d like a chance to be featured in this weekly showcase, please remember to include your apps and backstories with your photos. Thank you, as always for submitting your amazing work.- For a chance to feature, please join our Flickr group.
Thank you all for contributing your wonderful images and we look forward to discovering the stories and techniques behind them. If you have any questions regarding this feature, please email Nicki at nicki@iPhoneographyCentral.com
Apps used: I shot this picture with an iPhone 6s and used these Apps to process it: Slow Shutter, PS Express, Repix and i finished with PicsArt. Backstory: I took the picture in a museum after I asked my wife to walk into the light.
Apps used: Shot with an iPhone 6S and edited with Mextures, Snapseed and PicsArt.
Backstory: photo is shot with the front camera of an iPhone 6S, being a self shot I have taken . The intention was to somehow achieve a certain form of the body and then play around the idea. I cropped the image as it came better as a square and then added and layering textures in Mextures. Then I have filtered the shades and final tones in terms of light and color, saturation in Snapseed which I love working with. In the end I have played a bit in PicsArt with basic drawing tools as I wanted it to appear a fake , artificial field – the red spots were intended to be poppies. About the inner meaning of the image it stands as a moment of solitude and desperate search of a single, whole identity.
Apps used: Diana app.
Backstory: Poppies are one of my most beloved motives and this year I wanted do take pics almost from groundlevel to get a feeling of how those beauties might look like from a bugs perspektive. I was pretty pleased with the result and played a little bit with different hipstamatic filters so that I ended up with a nice double exposure. When I took this photo it was a bright sunny day and it was partly against the light. Because of that, the colors were pretty much reduced allready. So I converted the photo to a black&white with Diana-app which I normally would never have though of (the red is the highlight of poppies, of course) – and the outcome was quite intriguing.
Apps used: Hipstamatic, Tadaa and Afterlight on iPhone
Backstory: The image was taken in a shopping centre in Melbourne, Australia. I was passing through with all my camera gear and looked down as I passed through. The geometry of the scene immediately made me realise there was a great photo opportunity. I didn’t have time to get my camera out of my camera bag, so I simply used my iPhone6. I processed and uploaded it with Instagram. I liked the result enough to upload the image to Flickr a few days later.
Apps used & Backstory: This is an image of an arranged still life I had set up near a northwest facing window in my study. It was late afternoon and I could see the sun was beginning to set. Suddenly,the light burst into the room and created an almost mystical transfiguration of these common objects. Dust on the window created a pattern of circular orbs, adding a textural bokeh to the background. The delicate,high key poetry I was seeking in the image was achieved through post processing in VSCO, with preset v7. All basic photo adjustments were also done within VSCO. I shot the image with an iPhone 7 plus, portrait mode.
Apps used: Superimpose, Snapseed, Decim8 and Stackables.
Backstory: This piece was inspired by the Coldplay song “Clocks”. There is a line in the song “shoot an apple off my head” that pulls me in every time I hear it, so I did a series of images related to that song. This is one of the images from that series with the title “has the world gone mad?”.
Apps used: Slow shutter cam. Superimpose. Snapseed. Mextures.
Backstory: Superimposed 2 long exposures.
Added texture via Mextures. Tweaked via snapseed.
Apps used: The image was shot on my iPhone 7 Plus, and I used Snapseed to add some contrast & pick out some of the details in the challenging lighting.
Backstory: I was bored to tears, so decided to explore what I had been taking for granted around me, the British countryside. I saw an unbeaten track, and went for it!
Apps used: I shot this picture with an iPhone 6s and used these Apps to process it: Slow Shutter, PS Express, Repix and i finished with PicsArt.
Backstory: I took this picture with an iPhone 6s with 645 ProMkIII.
I simply used a large aperture to overexpose the photograph. I used PicsArt for high contrast . I took this in a mall where I love to do streetphotography.