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Apps Uncovered 7 October 2018 Selective id

Selection by Stef LePape

Some of this weeks featured pieces spoke to me as subconscious expressions of ones id. Some, not so obvious, hint at it.

Our lead image comes from IPC creator, Nicki Fitz-Gerald. I couldn’t resist highlighting the whimsical and delightful color composition. Her recent series on portraits is a continual demonstration of her skilled hand in mobile arts.

Do take a few moments to consider the link provide beneath her work.  You will not be disappointed.

 

 

Thank you all for providing the necessary information so that we can share the fine art within the mobile community:

Nicki Fitz-Gerald, Maarten Oortwijn,   Clare Pickett.lila_lile, ivan bradauskas, jun yamaguchi, Jean Hutter, Meri Walker and Clint Cline.

 

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.) And be sure your photo is configured to allow Sharing / Embedding within Flickr!

 

 

 

Bather.

Bather. Nicki Fitz-Gerald

Apps Used: All elements shot with an iPhone and then edited with iColorama, SuperimposeX, Procreate and DecoSketch.

The digital collage process:

I began by blending iPhone-shot textures, marks and forms on an iPad, then passed through @icolorama, I let the imagination take over in joint forces with @superimposexapp. Finally painted over with @procreate and textures added in DecoSketch. I use an Apple Pencil because I like the touch sensitivity and the feeling of more control over the mark making.

Want to know more about how I create these images, the apps I use and the inspiration behind them?

Visit my instagram profile: @nickifitzgerald_iphoneart for online creative iPad & iPhone artistry courses.

Click on the web link in my profile to access my mobile art courses or visit:

www.iPhoneographyCentral.com

New online digital art tutorials coming in October 2018 by visiting the link in my profile.

Repentance and the Vapor of Remorse

Repentance and the Vapor of Remorse * Clint Cline

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Apps: Snapseed, Hipstamatic, iColorama, 1967Cam, Brushes, Superimpose, Stackables

A recent personal study into the nature of remorse and regret that leads a Christian believer to repent of a particular behavior happened to coincide with the announcement of a FaceBook group’s theme on men. This image was in process at the time of both the study and the group challenge, so I offered it there (and on Instagram and Flickr) as an entry to demonstrate that both remorse and repentance are real aspects of authentic manhood and character.

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Day 265 In school on a Sunday!

Clare Pickett Day 265 In school on a Sunday!

During a day in school listening to a few photographic lectures. I took many different pictures to compile my photo of the day. Using photoshop mix I layered 3 images together a small mask to reveal the school girl and a change of blend modes to convert to mono.

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Siesta

Siesta. maarten oortwijn

Apps used: procreate, snapseed, painteresque and psexpress.

First started with the background pattern (inspired by seeing someone wearing a shirt with a similar pattern). First drew the pattern, then roughened it a little bit up with snapseed. Next I drew/painted the pillar at the right. First I wanted to add the figure with the head just as is. But then I got the idea to make it look like someone was painting the figure. Last addition was the faded poster on the wall, for that I used a version of the image that was processed with painteresque. Final step was making the colors slightly more saturated with psexpress.

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Vision gone 26-9-2018

lila_lile . Vision gone 26-9-2018

Decim8 , Glaze, Trigraphy, Leonardo, iColorama, Gloomlogue, Blackie, Fragment, Mextures
The inspiration to the portait was reflecting about the forget not in a negative sense. The conscious forget of informations as an act with rhythmic train of thoughts while editing and floating through the terrific apps

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Untitled

ivan bradauskas

A woman washes and dries her hair. These actions look curious and often fascinate. In this photo the girl dries her hair and I took my iPhone photographed the process, making it quickly moving the camera horizontally. Next, I put a photo in the Mextures app and received as it seems that something unusual, textured in the spirit of pictorial photography, which I love. Something like this..
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ready made

jun yamaguchi . ready made

iPod touch’s camera / brushes+trigraphy+scratchcam fx+vsco+filterstorm+decim8+pictureshow+phototoaster

Selfie

Selfie Jean Hutter

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Working some artistic selfies these past few weeks.

Apps – Photo iPhone6, iColorama, Touch/Retouch, Procreate

Back Story – I created this image for a Facebook group I belong to. We were having a discussion on artistic selfies.

Landscape

maartenoortwijn . Landscape

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Landscape

Apps used: procreate with some additional processing with psexpress, painteresque and decim8.

This time it was quite a journey to come to the final result. I started drawing some barren landscape on a black background. At some point it was pretty far, but it still lacked something. Then I reversed the colors with psexpress and continued from there. It took a whole day of tough work.

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Art Watcher

Art Watcher

Apps Used:Slow shutter cam + icolorama + superimposeX+Ps Express+iwatermark.

Backstory:

I love visiting museums, exhibitions and galleries .

Precious time to create art and to watch art, i take my time , actually i love to stay watching and absorbing as much as i can, so i’ve started to watch “The Art Watchers” merging with the art that they watch.

I try in this series “ The Art Watchers “ to present my feelings about that art scene and with my mobile I’ve achieved to capture those spontaneous moments.

Art Watchers

Art Watchers

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Apps Used:Slow shutter cam + Filterloop+Decim8+Ps Express+iWatermmark.

Backstory:

I love visiting museums, exhibitions and galleries .

Precious time to create art and to watch art, i take my time , actually i love to stay watching and absorbing as much as i can, so i’ve started to watch “The Art Watchers” merging with the art that they watch.

I try in this series “ The Art Watchers “ to present my feelings about that art scene and with my mobile I’ve achieved to capture those spontaneous moments.

When She Was Afraid, It Made It Hard For Her to Sing.

When She Was Afraid, It Made It Hard For Her to Sing.* Meri Walker

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When She Was Afraid, It Made It Hard For Her to Sing.
This piece emerged as I was working through some difficult emotions at the end of the summer. Like so many avid app users, I had been experimenting with Mixerpiece and enjoying the simplicity of playing with its stock compositing pieces. But I was frustrated, at the same time, with the very small size of the final files and the standard backgrounds. So, I started this piece with a figure I made in Mixerpiece and then exported into other apps that allowed me to alter the original figure, make a lot of personal editing choices, and create a final piece at a file size will print well at 20×20” or larger. Apps I used included Mixerpiece, HandyPhoto, Aerograph, Imaengine, iColorama, Stackables and LightBrush.

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