Apps Uncovered Sep 28 2012

 Apps Uncovered Fri 28 Sep 2012

Here are this week’s outstanding images from our iPC Flickr group chosen by Bob Weil. If you would like the chance to feature in this weekly gallery and are willing to share your apps used and any story behind your image please submit your work to the iPC Flickr group.
man in desert
Title: man in desert
Artist: Jun Yamaguchi
Apps Used/Backstory: iPod touch’s camera / brushes+photoforge 2+scratchcam fx 
Staithes, from Cowbar Bank, Yorkshire
Title: Staithes, from Cowbar Bank, Yorkshire
Artist: Grangefirth
Apps Used/Backstory: iPhone + Jimmy Lens + Jolly Rainbo Flash + DC Film
Title: Untitled
Artist: Paolo Ricciotti
Apps Used/Backstory: iPhone4 + PicGrunger + FilterStorm + Snapseed + Superimpose + KingCamera + Hipstamatic
Title: Dual
Artist: photoangie
Apps Used/Backstory: I used scratchcam, slow shutter cam, diptic, big lens, and monochromia.
Title: Untitled
Artist: Clay Benskin
Apps Used/Backstory: iPhone + ProCamera(to shoot) + Snapseed(to edit)
Man Contemplating His Contemplations
Title: Man Contemplating His Contemplations
Artist: Roger Guetta
Apps Used/Backstory: iPhone4 + FlowPaper + Snapseed + PhotoTexture + ImageBlender + TouchUp + SlowShutter
Title: he 
Artist: Koshi
Apps Used/Backstory: To be confirmed
finally i arrived the beach
Title: finally i arrived the beach
Artist: Jun Yamaguchi
Apps Used/Backstory: iPod touch’s camera / brushes+photoforge 2+ pixlromatic+scratchcam fx
Title: Bud
Artist: Sheldon Serkin
Apps Used/Backstory: Hipstamatic
Ginza street
Title: Ginza street
Artist: 10_ya
Apps Used/Backstory: iPhone4S native cam + Snapseed + Noir + Filterstorm
Singin' in the Rain
Title: "Singin’ in the Rain
Artist: RobinLDN
Apps Used/Backstory: This was taken using iPhone4 – ProCamera and processed through SnapSeed
Title: Sorrow
Artist: Sarah Jarrett
Apps Used/Backstory: Apps used : Slowshuttercam and Snapseed
This is part of a series of self portraits I have been making using Slowshuttercam. Recently I have been experimenting with shooting in very low light – literally just the last light of day coming through the windows in a dark room. My reason for doing this is to get a more obvious blur and to get more grain in the picture. I find this is a real test of patience more so than in daylight and many takes are unusable but just occasionally it delivers something unpredictably good. I think this is the reason I’ve stuck with slow shutter for so long, the unknown outcome is very exciting. In the picture I was really tired after a busy day and it gave a very mournful, sad mood to the image emphasised by the blue and purple tones I choose in editing.
Title: juliette
Artist: Auketts
Apps Used/Backstory: iPhone4S + Hipstamatic; Blanconegro + BlancetNoir
Follow Me To The Castle!
Title:Follow Me To The Castle
Artist: Cat Morris
Apps Used/Backstory: NoFinder, Snapseed, Texture+, Blender
Title: Isaiah
Artist: Sheldon Serkin
Apps Used/Backstory: Hipstamatic 
Title: Relax
Artist: ARCHiPhone
Apps Used/Backstory: iPhone 4S and I used apps, MPro (taken), Image Blender (effect)
On the Way Home
Title: On the Way Home
Artist: Lenore Humes
Apps Used/Backstory: Pudding Camera + Snapseed
Title: Skipping
Artist: Photogenix Lincoln
Apps Used/Backstory: iPhone4 + ScratchCam + 6×6
"The Urban Samaritans" Midtown, New York City.
Title: "The Urban Samaritans" Midtown, New York City.
Artist: Renzo Grande 
Apps Used/Backstory: 
Late Afternoon Light, Nr. Stainburn, Yorkshire
Title: Late Afternoon Light
Artist: Chris Harland
Apps Used/Backstory: Hipstamatic + Jolly Rainbo Flash + BlankoFreedo13 Film + JimmyLens
Title: Benedicte Guillon
Artist: Benedicte Guillon 
Apps Used/Backstory: Growing Up In Paris is a photo project I did from 2010 to 2012.
All the photos were taken with an iPhone
iPhone + Hipstamatic