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Apps Uncovered Mar 2012

This gallery features a handful of selections of the outstanding iPhoneography published on the iPC Flickr group and elsewhere on the internet. The aim of the gallery is to show the very best of the wide variety of iPhone, iPad and iTouch art and photography. The artists are also asked to reveal the apps and workflows used in creating their amazing iPhone photographs and art which is detailed beneath each image. Click on any image to see more of the artist’s work. For a chance to be included in this weekly gallery, please join the iPC Flickr group. Please be sure to add the process/Apps you used in order to be included in the group. Thank you.

Please add your apps used: Thank you all once again for your wonderful submissions. I am afraid it’s taking me ages to publish Apps Uncovered partly because of chasing artists for the Apps. Even though artists all respond really quickly,(thank you) and I know it’s a probably a real pain to do it, it is a lot of extra work for me so unfortunately I am going to be really strict and leave great works of iPhoneography out if the apps/processing aren’t mentioned either in the title, description or tags so please, please add your apps 🙂 Thank you  –Nicki–

 


Apps Uncovered Friday 23 March 2012

with guest selector Aaron Davis

 

Every Friday, a weekly selection of images is chosen to reflect the wide variety of extraordinary creativity being produced on iPhones, iTouches and iPads. This week iPhoneographyCentral is delighted to have our long time iPhoneograpyCentral contributor and intrepid creative iPhoneographer Aaron Davis as our guest selector. Aaron has pushed the iPhone to the limits, literally both with his underwater and sky-high kite iphoneography and more recently his incredibly colourful macro iphoneography



"My main interest in iPhoneography at the moment is developing international collaborative projects and have found that the wonderful community at Mobitog is a great place to get these ideas off the ground. I am also a big fan of iPhoneography Central as it is all about sharing knowledge and techniques, a great place to find inspiration. Here are 12 images that inspired me this week on iPhoneography Central." 

Aaron Davis 

morning sun

 

Title morning sun

Artist kkmi5093

Device/Apps/Info: To be confirmed

 

macro lens iphone with flash

 

Title: macro lens iphone with flash by Sunee

Artist: Sharon J

Device/Apps/Info: 

No app or editing was used here. I took this shot using my macro lens from Photojojo.com and my on camera flash. I didn’t know I had the flash turned on, so imaging my happy surprise when I saw the results. I was pleased.

 

swing, shoelaces, sky

 

Title: swing, shoelaces, sky

Artist: Janine Graf

Device/Apps/Info:  iPhone4S + Hipstamatic; Tegas lens/Float film

 

 

 

kings criss cross

 

Title: skings criss cross

Artist: Auketts

Device/Apps/Info: 

I shot with Hipstamatic (before the 250 series release which seems cool) using a random shake to get Chunky lens and Ina’s 69 film. I then tweaked and cropped in Snapseed (liking the Drama filter a lot, so likely i applied this) and finally uploaded to Instagram

 

 

Pushing the Envelope Tonight

 

Title: Pushing the Envelope Tonight

Artist: Daniel Berman

Device/Apps/Info:  iPhone + I used Camera+ with the Purple Haze filter and the Cloud scene and then used the Curves function is Filterstorm to change the colors. 

 

 

 

Title: Pushing the Envelope Tonight

Artist: Catherine Restivo

Device/Apps/Info:  iPhone4 + Snapseed + Iris Photo Suite + ProCamera

 

 

Tuesday's Confession

 

Title: Tuesday’s Confession

Artist: Ella Clarke

Device/Apps/Info:  *Original photo taken of and by my niece on her iPhone 4, edited and processed by myself on iPhone 4.

 

 

 

Watch Out! Gang Way!

 

Title: Watch Out! Gang Way!

Artist: Nancy Harp

Device/Apps/Info:  iPhone + PerfectlyClear + 6×6 + KingCamera 

U-Turn Lavern Turning around

 

Walk down to the light

 

Title: Walk down to the light

Artist: Vivi (Veevs3)

Device/Apps/Info:  iPhone + Snapseed + PhotoToaster

 

 

Dalivision

 

Title: Dalivision – What is a television apparatus to man, who has only to shut his eyes to see the most inaccessible regions of the seen and the never seen… Salvador Dali

Artist: Mel Harrison

Device/Apps/Info:  iPhone4S and…..The base image was taken with Hipstamatic (Helga Viking Lens and AO DLX film) and the television + components were taken with with native camera. 

The black and white images within the television screens were achieved with Simply B&W and the hand holding the remote was painted black&white in Paintfx.

I constructed the image, in multiple steps, in Juxtaposer, where I also cropped out the original AO DLX frame from the background image. 

I then ran the image though lenslight and applied the TV screen filter.

Finally the image was run through pixlromatic where the filter "Scratches" was applied and the frame "Nolariod" was added.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Turn to the Front (77/366)

 

Title: Turn to the Front (77/366)

Artist: lisamjw

Device/Apps/Info:  iPhone + Hipstamatic To be confirmed

 

Beach buoys

 

Title: Beach buoys

Artist: Lindsey Thompson

Device/Apps/Info:  Taken with an iPhone 4, edited with an iPad 2.

Apps: Lomora2 + Camera+

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Apps Uncovered Friday 16 March 2012

 

 

Monday was rainy (again!!!) 

 

Title: Monday was rainy (again!!!)

Artist: Cecily Caceu

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

I used ProHDR to take the image, Phototoaster, Blender, Dynamic Light & Snapseed. I saw this beautiful old truck on the way to the grocery store and I practically stopped in my tracks!! I did a u-turn and parked so I could "safely" get the image. it rains SO much here that when I find these bright little moments I really have to savor them!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Mismatch

 

Title: Mismatch

Artist: Jaime Ferreyros

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

Apps used: Shot with an iPhone 3Gs and Processed with Cameramatic app

 

 

inter.mission&fuzz

 

Title: inter.mission&fuzz

Artist: Daniele Martire

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

inter.mission&fuzz is part of my portracts series regarding human condition in our era of new media and tv!
I used Percolator, Imageblender, Snapseed, Decim8, Textify.+ Vintage 

 

 

Skinny Jeans

 

Title: Skinny Jeans

Artist: Maddy McCoy

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

Apps used: Decim8 + Snapsneed + Vintage

 

 

Bowing Down

 

Title: Bowing Down

Artist: Susan Blase

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

Hipstamatic shot using Salvador lens that I further processed with Photoforge2.

 

 

 

Untitled

 

Title: Untitled

Artist: Robin Sweet

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone4S + Snapseed + ArtRage + Blender 

 

 

 

 

Title: Untitled

Artist: Laura Peischl

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

To be confirmed 

 

 

 

Building and street lamp

 

Title: Building and street lamp

Artist: Dan Kerr

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

PhotoToaster

 

 

 

Orange you happy?

 

 

Title: Orange you happy?

Artist: Jennifer Ford

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone4S + Blender + Snapseed + ScratchCam + Juxtaposer + Grungetastic

 

 

 

Title: Untitled

Artist: Clay Benskin

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

I use ProCamera to shoot and Snapseed to edit

 

 

 

 

Title: "Altered State in Real Time"

Artist: RoseCat

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

Taken & edited on an iPhone 4.Photo by me, title by the amazing Roger Guetta. <3

iPhone4 + Hipstamatic + FilterStorm + Flowpaper + IrisPhotoSuite + ScratchCam + Blender

 

 

oldenegg

 

Title: oldenegg

Artist: Colin (Cbrannen)

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

To be confirmed 

 

Fragile

 

Title: Fragile

Artist: Lindsey Thompson

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

Hipstamatic: TejasFilm; Ina’s 1969 Flash: Off

 

Brown fox

Title: Brown fox

Artist: Brian Schatko

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone4 + Juxtaposer + Superimpose + Snapseed

 

Неправильная парковка.. 

Title: Wrong Parking

Artist: Alekseykynetsov (Parenek)

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

 

1. Backgrounz – to blend the 2 photos.

2. Snapseed – basic processing of a photo.

3. Pixlromatic – use filters and framework.

Photo taken Camera + on iPhone 4S. That’s all 🙂

 

•colours of evening• Hipstamatic, iDesign, PictureShow, Blender, Filterstorm

 

Title: •colours of evening•

Artist: Yurly Leskiv (Hochlander)

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

Hipstamatic + iDesign + PictureShow + Blender + FilterStorm

 

 

Some flowpaper in the air

 

Title: Some flowpaper in the air

Artist: moizography (Andy)

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

Apps used: PicFX, Flowpaper, Blender, ShockMyPic, Instagram

 

 


 

Apps Uncovered Friday 9 March 2012

 

 

 

Where We Live 

Title: Where We Live

Artist: Lene Basma (son3nne)

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

This is an image that was taken with the ProCamera App, directly cropped and published on IG (with the Sierra filter I think) as a good morning greeting to my peeps there. 

I saw how wonderful the light was coming home after driving my son to school and walked back after parking the car to take the picture. Was thinking about printing it and giving it to our landlady :-))

 

Sucker punch

 

Title: Sucker punch

Artist: Jennifer Bracewell

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone 4s + Brushes + Dynamic Light + Pixlromatic + Blender

 

 

 

Pigeons on the old square market

 

 

Title: Pigeons on the old square market

Artist: Michał Koralewski

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

I used Fast Camera, Camera Awesome, Snapseed and PhotoToaster.

 

 

 

 

Nerve cells II

 

Title: Nerve cells II

Artist: Dirk Dallas

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone + Snapseed, CrossProcess, Blender and the Instagram Rise filter

 

 

 

Lunch For One/

 

Title: Lunch For One

Artist: Laura Peischl

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

For processing I used Camera+ and snapseed :))

I met this guy at a kind of restaurant bar in Valletta, he ate alone and, as he went out for a cigarette I started talking to him. He willingly told me the story of his life, a sad one but nothing that millions of people are not experiencing. He was always alone, never married, worked his whole life and, since he retired, comes every day for lunch to this place to see familiar faces…..

 

 

 

dogwood

 

Title: dogwood

Artist: Chip Brookshaw

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone 4s + PhotoToaster + Snapseed. To get architectural details that are above street level like this one, I cradle the iPhone in a extendable lightbulb changer and use the Belkin LiveAction remote to trigger.

 

 

 

 

 

Renaissance Man

 

Title: Renaissance Man

Artist: RoseCat

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

ScratchCam + Pixlromatic + Iris PhotoStudio + Filterstorm

 

 

 

 

Singin' Cowboy

 

Title: Singin’ Cowboy

Artist: DraMan/ Roger Guetta

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone4 + SlowShutter + Camera+

 

 

Pink and Yellow

 

Title: Pink and Yellow 

Artist: Sandra Nykerk

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone + Snapseed + Diptic

 

 

 

 

Title: Untitled

Artist: Clay Benskin

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone + ProCamera(to shoot) + Snapseed(to edit)

 

 

Wet Leaf

 

Title: Wet Leaf

Artist: vakhography

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

I only used snapseed. first I put it through the "tune image" for brightness/contrast etc. and then lightly applied one of the "drama" filters. That’s it.

The photo was captured with iPhone 3GS.

 

 

 

 

 

Title: Untitled

Artist: Clay Benskin

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone + ProCamera(to shoot) + Snapseed(to edit)

 

 

 

 

Star jonez

 

Title: Star jonez

Artist: Tony DeMartile

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone4 + Kaleidoscope

 

 

andalucia minimalista

 

Title: andalucia minimalista

Artist:  ©arlein

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone +Cameramatic + ShakeItPhoto

 

 

 

Iphone typography

 

Title: Iphone typography

Artist:  molzography (Andy)

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

iPhone + Snapseed + PicFX + EasyTitler + PictureShow + Instagram

 

 

Three Fish

 

Title: Three Fish

Artist:  Susan Blase

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

Hipstamatic shot. Further processed with Percolator app.

 

 

 

Title: 2012 > Illinois

Artist:  jphphoto (Jim)

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

I was walking past an office building early one morning and saw these two geese perched about. I used an iPhone 4s and Instagram (the Sutro filter) to make the photo. That’s it.

 

 

Day 66: Carrot Juice and Long Shadows

 

Title: Day 66: Carrot Juice and Long Shadows

Artist:  Steven Dempsey

Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

Have I mentioned that I love carrot juice? It’s funny because when I first heard of drinking carrots as a beverage, it grossed me out.

At this time of year here in the Seattle area, the sun is still fairly low in the sky. It creeps around to my kitchen when I’m not looking and casts really long shadows everywhere, even on my glass of carrot juice.

Recipe:
1. iPhone 4s
2. Natural light

 


 

Apps Uncovered Friday 2 March 2012 

 

 Busy Bee

 

 

Title: Busy Bee
Artist: Photogenix Lincoln
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)

Taken on an iPhone 4 with Camera+ (edited scene: Flash, crop: Square and then run through again scene: Clarity, effect: Magic Hour). Then run through Snapseed (Grunge) effect and finally put through Instagram.

 

 

 
Title: Fairbanks Sunset
Artist: David Ingraham
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone 4 + Apps: Hipstamatic: John S. Lens + BlackKeys Super Grain film. This was taken on a frozen river near the hotel I was staying at in Alaska ( Frozen solid enough for people to walk, ski, and snowmobile on, not to mention using as a "bridge" to drive from one side to the other. I’d almost gotten the shot the day before, but didn’t care for the Hipstamatic lens/film combo I’d chosen. So, with the conviction that this would look best as a John S. B&W shot, I went back the following day at approximately the same time and finally got this shot ( as well as numerous other never-to-be-seen variations! )
 
 
 
 
•winter swing• Camera+, Snapseed, PhotoWizard, iDesign, Blender
 
Title: winter swing
Artist: Yuriy Leskiv
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone + Camera+, Snapseed, PhotoWizard, iDesign, Blender
 
 
 
 
photo
 
Title: photo
Artist: Tony DeMartile
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone 4 + To be confirmed
 
 
 
 
 
Day 58: Portrait of Tara
 
 
Title: Day 58: Portrait of Tara
Artist: Steven Dempsey
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
Recipe:
1. iPhone 4s
2. 500w softbox and silver reflector
3. Hipstamatic, Tiltshift and Snapseed apps
 
 
 
...
 
Title: …
Artist: Alexey Ovsyannikov
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone4 + iPad2 + PhotoFX + Juxtaposer + Decim8 + StripeCam + Blender
 
 
 
First taste of spring
 
Title: First taste of spring
Artist: Lindsey Thompson
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
Taken with an iPhone 4, edited with an iPad 2. Yesterday was glorious, it was exactly what I needed around here, the warmth of the sunshine through my bones, what an absolute tonic after the long winter months. Here’s to more I say!
Recipe: iPhone4 + ScratchCam + Hipstamatic + Snapseed + Juxtaposer + iPad2 + Shock My Pic + Blender
 
 
 
 
 
Title: Untitled
Artist: Clay Benskin
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone + ProCamera to shoot and Snapseed to edit
 
 
 
 
 
 
Title: Untitled
Artist: Clay Benskin
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone + ProCamera to shoot and Snapseed to edit
 
 
 
 
 
FrankenBatman (costume series)
 
Title: FrankenBatman (costume series)
Artist: Andrew Lucchesi
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone 4S + Percolator + ScratchCam + DXP + Decim8 + Grungetastic + Filterstorm
 
 
 
 
Iced berries
 
Title: Iced berries
Artist: Lindsey Thompson
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
Taken with an iPhone 4 macro, edited with an iPad 2. I captured these images with the Skina macro lens.
Apps used: Camera+ (stabiliser function) and Lomora 2, with some further editing in Snapseed, Iris and Camera+.
 
 
 
 
Abstract self
 
Title: Abstract self
Artist: Brian Schatko
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone 4S + ArtistaHaiku + Watercolor + Superimpose + Iris Photo Suite 
 
 
 
I wanted Red </div><div>Velvet!
 
 
Title: I wanted Red Velvet!
Artist: J.A.D.A.
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone 4S + Pixlromatic
 
 
 
 
 
Love Stands
 
 
Title: Love Stands 
“Love knows no limit to its endurance, no end to its trust, no fading of its hope; it can outlast anything. Love still stands when all else has fallen.”
Artist: Ginger Lucero
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone + 6×6 + Decim8 + Pixlromatic + Imageblender
 
 
 
 
Shocking Pink
 
Title: Shocking Pink
Artist: Susan Blase
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
iPhone + Hipstamatic shot processed with Pixlromatic, Photogene2 and ScratchCam apps. Again, just trying to add some color back into my pics and just have fun creating.
 
 
hands
 
Title: hands
Artist: Jennifer Ford
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
My baby boy is growing so fast. I wanted to capture and preserve the tender beauty of his little hands and feet, and the way he sleeps best when I hold him. I chose hipstamatic’s Americana Lens with Claunch 72 Monochrome film. No flash. I was pleased with the soft, timeless feel of the resulting images.
 
feet
 
Title: Feet
Artist: Jennifer Ford
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
I chose hipstamatic’s Americana Lens with Claunch 72 Monochrome film. No flash. 
 
 
Asleep in my arms
 
Title: Asleep in my arms
Artist: Jennifer Ford
Workflow: (idevice/Apps/Accessories/Story behind the image)
I chose hipstamatic’s Americana Lens with Claunch 72 Monochrome film. No flash. 
 
 

 


 

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