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Apps Uncovered – 12 July 2020

Apps Uncovered – 12 July 2020

Here’s this week’s photo picks for the weekly iPhone photography gallery Apps Uncovered.  Thanks to New Instant Autocrat (J B) for our intriguing abstract feature image this week. Scroll down to see how it was created. Also rounding out the Apps Uncovered group this week are images from the following top iPhoneography talent: i2pixel, Clix2020

Apps Uncovered – Sky’s the limit

The sky’s the limit in this week’s Apps Uncovered where you’ll notice in most of the images how a large part of seemingly empty space adds to the drama and feel of each photo or artwork. Thank you to Michael Beresin for our feature image this week “biking” where the shape of the clouds sandwich the

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Apps Uncovered – 5 April 2020

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald The overarching theme is mood. This is a selection of images (and one poem) that made me feel something. The images in the Flickr group are a balance of what you are experiencing and some hope for the future. This week’s gallery is a mixed bag of both. Words don’t seem

Apps Uncovered – 9 March 2020

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald  Look up, look down and always around. There are moments to be found – if you just take a moment.  These are the words that came to mind and the images that spoke to me as I observed the gallery this week. The keen eyes of this week’s photographers look beyond

Hiding in the shadows – Apps Uncovered, 1 March 2020

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald  It appears that the storms hitting parts of the world, certainly here in the UK have you hiding in the shadows. This is evident not only in the wonderful shadow images we have this week but also in the shortage of listings due to lack of response from some selected artists.

Shake, rattle and roll – Apps Uncovered, 23 Feb 2020

Shake, rattle and roll showcases some images that display some of these characteristics, those artists who love to shake things up a bit and roll their own way when it comes to processing, but if it’s not your cup of tea, don’t let that rattle you, there’s a few gorgeous photos with minimal editing thrown

Apps Uncovered – Black and white beauties 16 Feb 2020

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald Welcome to this week’s Apps Uncovered gallery of black and white beauties (and some with just a hint of colour). Big thanks to Nigel Reader for our feature image this week. His elegantly composed stair rail shadows sit beautifully with the circular wall element contained within a brittle frame. Poetically entitled

Apps Uncovered 9 February 2020

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald  Welcome to this week’s Apps Uncovered; a gallery of iPhone images shot and edited with an iPhone or iPad. Thanks to Debara Splendorio for her beautifully edited illustrative beach image “low tide” reminiscent of children’s illustration in the 1950s. With current storms in the UK, we are longing for warm and

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