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Apps Uncovered – The last one (for now)

Apps Uncovered – The last one (for now)

Welcome to this week’s Apps Uncovered. ….but first a quick note….. Before I introduce you to David’s selections this week, I have some news regarding Apps Uncovered. Sadly, this will be the last Apps Uncovered for sometime, possibly forever. I want to thank our new curator David Richards who has done a fantastic job of

Apps Uncovered 6 Sep 2020

Welcome to this week’s Apps Uncovered! Apps: I took this photo with my iPhone 11Pro Max and edited it with the Hipstamatic App. I used the combo of Jane (Lens), Etosha 1907 (film) and Cadet Blue Gel (flash).Backstory: This photo came about after a friend asked me to check out a house for sale. After

Apps Uncovered 30 Aug 2020

Welcome to another edition of Apps Uncovered, the world’s longest running weekly showcase of iPhone photography and art. Thanks to Francoise Horle for her wonderful abstract image Diver Trio this week. She includes an interesting brief backstory about the ideas behind this image. Thank you Francoise. I love your diving trio! You’ve created a wonderful

Apps Uncovered – Upright (Everything’s Alright)

Upright lines or more properly put in photography terms, verticals feature strongly in this week’s Apps Uncovered photographs. The presence of vertical lines can really strengthen a composition especially if they’re repeated like the lines of the lamp posts and tree trunks seen below in our featured photograph from Mark Walton this week.  Vertical lines