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Apps Uncovered 4 November 2018

Apps Uncovered 4 November 2018

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald A real mash-up of images this week from the enchantingly beautiful to the completely eccentric it’s Mariko Klug’s “still beauty” that gets me every time so her magical White Horse steals the lead spot this week. Other talented iPhone shooting and editing folks that round up the group this week are:

Apps Uncovered 21 October 2018

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald Here is another selection of some of the images that resonated with me most in our iPC Flickr group. Our lead image; Get your fry bread here by Pam Morris blew me away with it’s low perspective, bold colours and frank statement directed at hungry passers by all who understood the true meaning

Spotlight on Mark Walton: Not so Accidental Art.

Mark Walton is not a name circulated within the mobile art community. I would say its because his focus is on much more then the tool he is using. Browsing through his work it proved quite challenging to present a limited selection of his photography. I found myself taking in by his prolific attention to

Apps Uncovered 11 December 2016

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald Welcome to this week’s Apps Uncovered; the longest running showcase of iPhone photography and art in the world. This week Angie Lambert’s beautifully alluring image Bedtime Stories steals the top spot. Angie stills dreamy and playful moments to a single frame; moments that arrived in a flicker and a flutter, caught for ever with

LAST CHANCE: To enter the Mobile Photography Awards 2016

DEADLINE: SUNDAY DEC 4th If it’s true what Henri Cartier-Bresson says, that our first 10,000 photos will be our worst, then it’s safe to say that mobile photography has given people an historic opportunity to get past 10,001. The MPA is a showcase for photographers and artists who have embraced this decisive moment.This is your last

New Book: Art with an iPhone!

Brief overview by Bob Weil I just worked through Kat Sloma’s book Art with an iPhone – A Photographer’s Guide to Creating Altered Realities. It’s a fantastic book that you should seriously consider picking up, especially for those of you who like to produce landscapes and nature studies. Across 60 short and pithy chapters, Kat