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Apps Uncovered 17 March 2019 – The Singularity

Apps Uncovered 17 March 2019 – The Singularity

Selected by Bob Weil This week’s Apps Uncovered presents my selection of images from our Flickr group this week that suggest the arrival of the winter season – those that I found singularly interesting (hence the title), and often (but not always, representing single individuals. Of course, the exception makes the rule. This week’s lead

Murmurs – Apps Uncovered 10 Feb 2019

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald As I began looking through this week’s images looking for a possible theme, the word “murmurs” emerged as a suitable word that seemed to catch the mood of some of these pieces; from Clint Cline’s seductive abstracts to David Ingraham’s otherworldly figurative, yet still murmuring umbrella piece “When the Rain Comes”,

Apps Uncovered 23 December 2018

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald Red, Gold and Green are colours that feature heavily during this festive period and when I spotted Francoise Teissier’s image: Sous la pluie; a gorgeous shimmer of cycle rider dashing through the city lights, with beautiful watery sliding tones of these particular hues, I knew it would be the lead image

Apps Uncovered 2 Dec 2018

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald It’s so great to be back here choosing selections here for Apps Uncovered every week; to surround myself with your wonderful images, put on some music, pour a cup of tea (or a glass of red depending on the time of day) and look through all of your wonderful work. Thank

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

Apps Uncovered: Various Positions – 9 October 2016

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald Welcome to the this week’s Apps Uncovered – Various positions. Changing your position; your camera angle on a subject rather than shooting from the hip or eye level is going to help you explore your subject and see it from a different view point generally leading to a much more interesting photo. Consider

Apps Uncovered – Negative Space, 25 September 2016

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald Welcome to the this week’s Apps Uncovered in which the theme of negative space emerged quickly in this week’s selection. Negative space is the area around or in between objects or subjects in an image; the actual objects or subjects defining the positive space. Keeping the photo simple and introducing a lot

Blend images together to create this surreal image using Filterstorm & Snapseed

How to create this surreal image using Snapseed and FilterStorm. Nico Brons takes us, step-by-step of how he created this arresting image \”The Big Mouth\”. The images are all shot with his iPhone 3Gs and edited on the iPad.

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