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A visit with Susan Tuttle to talk about her new iPhone course on self-portraiture

A visit with Susan Tuttle to talk about her new iPhone course on self-portraiture

I had a chance to catch up with Susan Tuttle recently, and with the release of her new iPhoneography course, and upcoming new book, it seemed like a great time to “sit down” with her virtually and talk about how she came to where she is today and where she’s going.  Bob Weil: You are

Apps Uncovered 28 February 2014

Welcome to this week’s Apps Uncovered, our weekly feature, showcasing iPhone art and photography from around the world. Artists also share the apps they use and often the backstories too, giving us a fascinating insight into the creativity and techniques used in the journey the image makes from the artist’s eye to the completed digital

Apps Uncovered 31 January 2014

Apps Uncovered Friday 31 January Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald A wintry theme continues in this week’s Apps Uncovered and although our stunning lead image “Gaze” by newcomer Cindy Buske isn’t overtly wintry, the desaturated colours and unblinking stare are cold enough. You will find subtle colours in nearly every image this week and I believe

Apps Uncovered 11 October 2013

Welcome to this week’s Apps Uncovered where we feature a range of iPhoneography talent and reveal the creativity and techniques behind each of the iPhone images featured. My apologies for being a little late this week but let’s jump straight to the gallery where our lead image “Horsies” by Pu the Owl gained top slot

Apps Uncovered 4 October 2013

Welcome to this week’s Apps Uncovered where we feature a range of iPhoneography talent and reveal the creativity and techniques behind each of the iPhone images featured. There are a host of newcomers this week – iris.river, just dragonfly, Michal Koralewski, Bart McLeroy, clok-moitie and Michael Beresin. Alongside “regulars” Susan Blase, Maarten Oortwijn, Ade Santora

The Woman and the Weird Fish: Making the Best of a Challenging Image

by Marie Matthews Apps used: Facetune Leonardo Procreate Snapseed Photocopier The Backstory I started out with this picture from Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Sadly, the light was not exactly what I wanted. Rain had been threatening all weekend, and the weather was dark, cloudy, and generally pretty miserable. But, I am passionate about images

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