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Apps Uncovered 5 January 2020

Apps Uncovered 5 January 2020

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald  2020 has finally arrived. We are out of the “teens” now and into our twenties. A crazy era is over and maybe a new, crazier one about to begin (or continue). In the middle of it all we have art and art always means love, life and hope. Thank goodness for

Smell of the Street, Apps Uncovered – 13 October 2019

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald Huge apologies for the late publishing this week! I’ve been experiencing some particularly pressing work issues which have eaten up all of my time so without further ado, I’ll step back and introduce you to this week’s smell-of-the-street-themed Apps Uncovered. (with a few non-themed exceptions thrown in for good measure). Our

Apps Uncovered 16 June 2019

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald It’s my birthday today so I’ve indulged myself by choosing my favourite pic of all of the beautiful images this week. The image is by BLACK EYED SUZY (Susan Blasé) and from reading the description it appears that Susan is returning to her beloved dandelions and I believe we are all

Apps Uncovered 19 May 2019 – Flowered Up

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald It seems that everyone is out and about photographing their native flowers, the theme of which produced some of the best images in the iPC Flickr group this week with Sergiy Beliayev’s delightful “Delicate Petals” stealing the lead spot this week. Congratulations Sergiy! Thank you to all of you who submit

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

Shake, Rattle & Roll – Apps Uncovered 24 February 2019

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald A wonderful coincidence happened today. As I began looking through this week’s images looking for a possible theme, I noticed that many of the images had a certain agitated or blurred look to them and since my other passion, besides art, is music, an inevitable song emerged, this time; “Shake, Rattle

Remove halo & edge glows from HDR and Slow Shutter Cam photos

Remove “halos” or “edge glows” from HDR and Slow Shutter Cam photos I use Slow Shutter Cam to take a lot of my photos but soften I get a halo effect around some of the subjects in my photos. Recently I upgraded my iPhone from an iPhone 6 to an iPhone XS and this problem

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”,

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