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Apps Uncovered 19 Feb 2017

Apps Uncovered 19 Feb 2017

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald An assortment of both photography and more painterly and collage works feature in this week’s Apps Uncovered with Jiri Dvorak stealing the top spot with his shot taken from an elevated spot at the Tate Modern gallery in London. It’s a wonderful abstract piece that emits a certain rhythm from the figures hurrying

TUTORIAL: Create a festive & magical scene

by Nicki Fitz-Gerald I’ve been playing around with Slow Shutter Cam on my everyday travels and I wanted to share this quick step tutorial with you on how to transform this Christmas scene snapped on the street in broad daylight to a lovely festive and more magical night time scene (above). Now I that I have launched my online Mobile

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 28 August 2016 – power of play

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald Welcome to the this week’s Apps Uncovered. “We are never more fully alive, more completely ourselves, or more deeply engrossed in anything than when we are playing.” – Charles E. Schaefer The importance of play in creativity has been voiced by many great philosophers and teachers throughout history and in the

Apps Uncovered 24 May 2015

Welcome to this week’s Apps Uncovered, our weekly feature, showcasing iPhone art and photography from around the world. We have some great black and white photographs this week including our lead image by “Tough” by Marco Lamberto. The title tells us what we may have guessed already about this character, emphasised by the stern look and the

Apps Uncovered 7 November 2014

Here at Apps Uncovered our choices tend to lean towards the less saturated, often black and white and muted tones of iPhone photography. Something about those muted tones and look of old photography stirs something in us, often a feeling of nostalgia and a sense of mystery. With black and white photography, the distractions of

Layering, Masking & Blending; The Conspicuous Strawberry

Layering, Blending, Masking and using the stamp tool are just some of the techniques you will learn in this really fantastic iPhoneography tutorial by amazing New York iPhone artist, Markus Rivera.

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