Apps Uncovered is looking for a volunteer (to start immediately) to curate the world’s longest running weekly online iPhone photography and art showcase with a chance to promote your own work on a fortnightly basis.
Although I enjoy the task immensely; learning about the latest apps and reading the backstories, my other works, specifically my iPhoneography workshops and online tutorials are taking up almost all of my time and I cannot give this great showcase of the best iPhone art and photography from around the world the attention it deserves. Also, it will be wonderful to get a fresh pair of eyes making the fortnightly selections…
….if you love iPhone art and photography, have eclectic art and photography tastes, love discovering the latest apps that are being used, can write good English, have half an idea of how to upload images to a Word Press site (though full training can be given)have a couple of hours every fortninght to spare and can stick to a deadline, I’d love to hear from you. You will also get the chance to blog about your own work with every Apps Uncovered you publish. Apps Uncovered would need to be published every other Sunday (I could cover from time to time when needed).
If you want to give it a try or to gain some experience of publishing online to one of the longest running iPhone art & photography websites in the world, please drop me a few words about what you love about iPhone photography and any relevant experience at nicki@iPhoneographyCentral.com.
Deadline for submissions: 1 August 2017
Look forward to hearing from you!
Founder – iPhoneographyCentral
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.
I am drawn toward the painterly images in this week’s iPhoneographyCentral Flickr gallery and here are some of my favourite works from borisbschulz2009 (x2), Tessfra (x2), Stefanie L.P., jun yamaguchi, dieuwke geervliet, Randy Samuels, and Poetic Medium.
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: My preferred app is Slow Shutter to shoot the photo. The post treatment is done with iColorama, Snapseed, Stackables and Touch Retouch.
Backstory: Recently I traveled to Italy in Florence. The architecture is amazing and the colors in the town are very warm. That confers an incomparable mood.
Apps used: I shoot the photo with my prefered app Slow Shutter. For the post treatment I used Snapseed, Stackables, Mextures, Touch Retouch and ArtSet.
Backstory: In the summer, I like to go to the market on Sunday morning when I am in the country. The atmosphere is so relaxing and friendly.
Apps used: Slow shutter cam. Superimpose. Snapseed. Mextures.
Backstory: Superimposed 2 long exposures. Added texture via Mextures. Tweaked via snapseed.
Apps used: iPod touch’s camera / brushes+decim8+trigraphy+filterstorm+photoshop touch+vsco+enlight+phototoaster.
Apps used: Slow Shutter, Stackables, RepIx.
Backstory: I took this photo at an art exhibition in Cagliari (Italy). The show collected the work of artists with psychiatric illness and the theme was “Asylum”. It was very strong and moving for me. Each image showed the great suffering of the artist. I have edited my shots with my style that loves to express the beauty of a moment. The figures are just mentioned, contorted, subtle, unreal. This image is part of a series of 12 images. I dedicate this work to the artists of “Asylum” Exhibition.
Apps used: #iPhone7+ #snapseed #repix #distressedfx #foodieapp
Apps used: I only used Snapseed (glamour glow – 25%, pencil – saturation for the green parts) and Formulas for the frame.
Backstory: I took this photo because I liked the colors and the composition, especially the rusty part. It is a detail from the exterior wall of the restaurant Hangar in Amsterdam.
Apps used & Backstory: While walking the streets of Rotterdam, I noticed this single green broom in an empty white room. I liked the contrast and the lines and the minimalistic feeling of the image. Taken with iphone 6S and Moment App. Processed with VSCO.plus, portrait mode.