Selected by Bob Weil
This week’s Apps Uncovered presents a selection of what I found to be the most intresting images for the week in our Flickr group, across a wide range of styles and subjects – but with one common theme – An Aura of Mystery.
This week’s lead artwork is an edgy doll’s portrait by Poetic Medium – really eerie and mysterious, no?
Pascale.G (2), Jean Hutter, Rodriguez Gabriele, Sergiy Bellayev, Cathrine Halsør, Louise Whiting and Julia Nathanson complete the week’s selections on this theme.
If you’d like to see your images in the running for selection to our weekly Apps Uncovered feature, be sure to list the apps you used to create your image when you upload it to the iPhoneographyCentral Flickr group. (And as an added bonus to other members who would love to learn from your successes, consider adding the “Backstory” describing the creative process that led you to capture and process the image as you did.)
Doll-12294 by Poetic Medium
Apps used: Apps: KitCam, RNI, Snapseed
Regards croisés by Pascale.G
Apps used: Taken with Iphone 5s. ProCamera and edited with Snapseed
Backstory: The forbidden – Thinking of the Melusine myth.
Ghost Melody by Jean Hutter
Apps Used: SlowShutter Cam, iColorama, Waterlili, Touch/Retouch
Backstory: I created this image for a challenge on a Facebook group. I took the original image on one of my morning walks. I love working with tree photos and I wanted this image to have a ghostly feel. I accomplished this using SlowShutter Cam and a lot of work in iColorama. A little touch of Waterlili gave it a painterly feel. The challenge is art and music and I was trying to portray the melody of the wind blowing through the trees.
Phuong by Gabriele Rodriquez
Apps used and backstory: The apps I used to build the image are Distressed FX, RipPix and PicsArt. I used an Iphone 6s to take pictures during a shoot with a model.
•Walking into the Unknown♀️ by Sergiy Bellayev
Apps used and backstory:
1) the photo was shot on iPhone 7 Plus with Hipstamatic iOS app, using ‘Hornbecker’ lens and ‘Pistil’ film. Then the image was double-exposed overlapping itself in ‘Diana’ iOS app using ‘RUSTY’ preset.
2) It was a really quiet and foggy winter day with snow lying on the ground. Silence, serenity, calmness and a fleur of some mistery – that’s what I felt and what I tried to express in my photo
L’attente… by Pascale.G
Apps used: Taken with Iphone 5s. App 6×6 and edited with Snapseed.
“She is all that I have left, and music is her name” by Lorenka Campos
App used: Snapseed
Her Silence by Cathrine Halsør
Apps used: Snapseed, Formulas, Distressed FX, Imageblender
Back story: A warm sunny day in January, I saw a butterfly dancing in our indoor balcony. She was so beautiful an it gave me hope of spring.
Sadly she died a few days later. I just had to take her inside and shoot some photos of her.
After adding texture and turn it into b/w, I combined it with a ‘X’ made in iColorama. The final image is accompanied by the wonderful words from Nikita Gill.
Never ever mistake
Remember that sometimes
the air stills,
before the onset
of a hurricane.
– Nikita Gill
Untitled by Louise Whiting
Apps used and backstory: A beach hut I came across while out walking recently. I loved the simplicity and starkness of the scene. Edited in Procreate and Snapseed.
L’attente by Pascale.G
Apps used and backstory: Taken with Iphone 5s, app 6×6 and edited with Snapseed.
•two men in trinity bellwoods park• by Julia Nathanson
Apps used and backstory: Shot with native iPhone camera. Edited with Hipstamatic. Taken on an extraordinarily foggy day in Toronto.