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Apps Uncovered 30 December 2018 Leaning towards Tomorrow…

Apps Uncovered 30 December 2018 Leaning towards Tomorrow…

Selection by Stef LePape Recently a strange blue hue illuminated the NYC skyline. A friend of mine said her immediate thoughts found her back in class during the events of 9/11. A sudden, unexpected event that jarred her and her classmate through a days travel …hoping for a safe journey home. Thankfully , on Thursday

Apps Uncovered 28th October 2018 Autumn

Selection by Stef LePape One of my favorite seasons is Autumn. There’s a certain allowance for melancholy. With each leaf that descends it echoes awareness of our own passage in time. Its the season most likely to wax poetic thought. Summertime finds us exposed. Autumn… we wrap on, off, shelter from elements as fickle as a

Apps Uncovered 5th August 2018 -Straight out of a phone camera.

Selection by Stef Le Pape This weeks selection includes work most likely straight out of the camera and unedited. Thank you : Julia Nathanson, Shel Sherkin , Lorella Furleo Semeraro, Nancy N Hsieh, Vladislav Niko , Dixon Hamby, fakhrulislam1, Julienne W for including in IPC photo pool and enabling share so we can embed your

Apps Uncovered 8 July 2018 – Not so black and White.

Selected by Stef Le Pape This week I had intended to highlight work in black and white.  I find a sense of stability when approaching less visual information.  There’s something definitive in the absence of color. Such a statement shouldn’t make sense…life does not come at us in anything other then a full spectrum of

Apps Uncovered 24 June 2018 – The show must go on…

Selected by Stef Le Pape This week’s Apps Uncovered presents a selection of what I found to be the most interesting for the past week in our Flickr group, across a wide range of styles and subjects. This week’s Apps uncovered title just sprung to mind as a commonality between certain images.(Even if just a

Apps Uncovered 27 May 2018

Selection by Stef LePape Our leading photo comes from Kate Zari Roberts. The lighting felt as if it were a moment straight out of Maxfield Parrish own IPhone. This week, once more, demonstrates the diversity of mobile photography and art. Please be sure to take a look see at the following contributors galleries: Kate Zari

Apps Uncovered 13 May 2018 – Infinity and beyond.

Selected by Stefanie LePape This weeks lead image comes from Boris B Shultz.  Life imitating art. Its in the details. As a plus; the crossover of  tones from painter, painting and painted have an effect similar to an infinity mirror. Today’s showcase demonstrates a variety of approaches in using ones mobile device as a tool