looking for meat on saturday night @ iphoneography central, apps uncovered

Iphoneography Central’s Apps Uncovered Sunday 21 April 2012


Off Frame(s)/

 

Title Off Frame(s)

Artist Laura Peischl

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + Camera+ + Snapseed + FilterStorm

 

 

C'est un Canard

 

Title C’est un Canard

Artist Michael M. White

Device/Apps/Info:

This is a composite of 4 different images. I cropped the orginal image of the 2 buildings and the man pushing the garbage container and added the rest as needed. I’m quite pleased with the result because I shot it during the day this past St. Patrick’s day.

 

I lifted the duck from a shot I snapped last summer. The statue in the window came from a photo I shot last summer on the west coast of Canada and I snapped the one in the alley way a couple of weeks ago.

 

Apps: Juxtaposer, Scratchcam -there was a great filter that brought the light levels down. This gave me the idea to change the scene from day into night; Blur FX or Big Lens Blur, ToonPaint to bring back some of the lines I found interesting as well as to change the character of the lines (ie. on the windows); Photocopier-Klee; Lens Flare or LensLight – to add directional lighting in the alley way, the light behind the statue in the window, and all the lights on the wall. Iris Photosuite – added shadows where needed, such as the statue’s in the alleyway against the yellow wall and extending from his feet into frame because he is backlit, etc. I also used the same masking technique to add highlights on the statues as needed. I might have used other apps for minor touches, but those are the main ones.

 

Looking for meat on Saturday night.

 

Title: Looking for meat on Saturday night.

Artist: Fernandoprats

Device/Apps/Info: Shot and edited on iPhone 4S with Camera+, PhotoToaster, Photo FX

 

 


 

 

The Don

 

Title: The Don

Artist: J.A.D.A.

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + Snapseed + Camera+

 

 

Marching </p><p>Orders

 

Title: Marching Orders

Artist: Roger Guetta

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone4 + SlowShutter + Snapseed + TouchUp

 

the fabulous reappearing into an unknown destiny

 

Title: the fabulous reappearing into an unknown destiny

Artist: ©arlein

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + SlowShutter + KingCamera + ScratchCam + Superimpose

 

 

Empire State

 

Title: Empire State

Artist: ShaneMartinArt

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + BlurFX + Retouch + ScratchCam

 

 

 

Simplicity

 

Title: Simplicity

Artist: Valerigail

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + Lomora3 + SnapSeed + PhotoToaster

 

 

Day 83: The Last Breath of Winter

 

Title: Day 83: The Last Breath of Winter

Artist: Steven Dempsey

Device/Apps/Info: Maybe it’s wishful thinking but, despite another snowfall yesterday, it feels like spring is finally close.

We moved to a new house back in October so we haven’t experienced spring flowers in our garden yet. I’m largely ignorant when it comes to that so I’m determined to figure out what flowers and plants we have and what they are called.

A friend just gave us a big fat gardening book so I best get reading.

Recipe:
1. iPhone 4s
2. Natural Light
3. Hipstamatic and Snapseed apps

 

 

South Queensferry

 

Title: South Queensferry

Artist: Tom Lowe

Device/Apps/Info: Taken using an Apple iPhone 4s and edited using the Snapseed and AutoStitch Apps.

 

 

 

Phone Call/

 

Title: Phone Call

Artist: Laura Peischl

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + Camera+ + Snapseed + FilterStorm

 

Please don't tell the bees

 

Title: Please don’t tell the bees

Artist: Mel Harrison

Device/Apps/Info: This image was taken with an iPhone 4s and macro lens. I ran it through snapseed for image tune and details adjustment.

 

 

Take a seat.

 

Title: Take a seat

Artist: Lindsey Thompson

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone4 + ScratchCam + Lomora2 + Snapseed

 

 

 

Untitled

 

Title: Frank, Walt, and Sam

Artist: D. Ingraham

Device/Apps/Info: Apps: Hipstamatic, Snapseed, PerfectPhoto.

This was, for the most part, a straight out-of-camera Hipstamatic shot ( John S. lens, BlacKeys Super Grain film ) , but I dragged it through Snapseed to brighten my friend’s face a bit, add a bit of contrast to the clouds, and trim the border’s edge ever so slightly. I also used PerfectPhoto to spot heal a few of the blotches in the sky that are so inherent of the John S. lens.
The subject in the shot is my friend Sam, in front of Frank Gehry’s Disney Hall, on his 18th hour of a 24-hour photo challenge he and 60-something other people around the world were doing on Instagram. He’d been traveling around L.A. since Midnight and this was between 6:00 and 7:00 p.m., so needless to say, he was pretty exhausted and semi-delerious by this point!

 

Self Portrait As I See Myself

 

Title: Self Portrait As I See Myself

Artist: Roger Guetta

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone4 + ImageBlender + Snapseed + SlowShutter

 

 

Ford Taurus XL

 

Title: Ford Taurus XL

Artist: Simone Cento

Device/Apps/Info: Realized and postproduced with iPhone4 – Apps used: iDof – iDarkRoom

 

 

 

Cabaret Oh Cabaret Oh Cabaret

 

Title: Cabaret Oh Cabaret Oh Cabaret

Artist: Roger Guetta

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone4 + ImageBlender + Snapseed + PicGrunger + Noir + KingCamera + TouchUp

 

 

 

A flower for you

 

Title: A flower for you

Artist: Jennifer Ford

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone4s + BlurFX + ScratchCam + ProCamera + Camera+ + Blender

 

Your bikes are not welcome around here.....

 

Title: Your bikes are not welcome around here…..

Artist: Robin Pope

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone4s + To be confirmed

 

 

 

Day 86: The Power of Light

 

Title: Day 86: The Power of Light

Artist: Steven Dempsey

Device/Apps/Info: In my work as a filmmaker and photographer, light is one of the most important things I work with. It can create a feeling of happiness and hope or dread and fear or everything in between.

Around lunchtime every day, I notice this light straining to get through the blinds. Put a person in the frame in silhouette and it suddenly becomes mysterious and a hundred stories goes through my mind as to what could be happening…

Recipe:
1. iPhone 4s
2. Sunlight
3. Hipstamatic app

 

On the edge

 

Title: On the edge

Artist: Lindsey Thompson

Device/Apps/Info: Taken with an iPhone 4 macro, edited with an iPad 2. Apps used: Camer+ + Touch Retouch + Snapseed

 

One of the first ladybirds we’d seen this year, Mia found it in a bush on the front of the house. I actually thought it was dead, so left it on a piece of paper on the kitchen windowsill to photograph later. I was quite surprised to find it had vanished and had to hunt it down. It was found crawling around the top of a tea light holder!

 

Untitled

 

Title: Untitled

Artist: Angela Massagni

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + instagram

 

 

No._408

 

Title: No._408

Artist: Lynette Jackson (@P67_byLynetteJackson)

Device/Apps/Info: Taken with iPhone4 + iDesign + Phonto + PhotoToaster + Pixlromatic + ImageBlender + CameraMatic

1)iDesign-Created geometric shape,
2)Phonto-Typography
3)PhotoToaster-Cropped, sharpened, and converted base image to black and white,
4)ImageBlender-Blended base image wth number, 5)Pixlromatic-Apply color filter to blended image, 6) ImageBlender-Blended new base image with orange overlay, 7) CameraMatic-Final processing with custom filter

 

 

Last Chance At Love

 

Title: Last Chance At Love

Artist: Michael Andrade

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + ProCamera, FX Photo, Iris Photo Suite, Camera+, PS Express, Cross Process.

 

 

la tempête

 

Title: la tempête

Artist: Simone Cento

Device/Apps/Info: Realized and postproduced with iPhone4.

This shot was taken during 2 storms on Milazzo (North East Sicily) last December and February. I was walking on the promenade during the bad weather.

 

Apps Recipe:

– Snapseed to crop the image(s) 3:2

– Noir to convert into black and white.

– iDof to realize a stronger depth of field.

 

 

 

 

Sal

 

Title: Sal

Artist: Shel Serkin

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + Hipstamatic

 

 

 

The Con

 

Title: The Con

Artist: Michael Andrade

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + Pro Camera, FX Photo, Scratch Camera, Camera+, BlurFX.

 

 

madonna (mouth)

 

Title: madonna (mouth)

Artist: Chip Brookshaw

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone4s + cropped in Snapseed

 

A13 Highway - Dudelange (LU)

 

Title: A13 Highway – Kayl (LU)

Artist: Alain Guerquin

Device/Apps/Info:  In order to produce this picture, I’ve used my iPhone car holder and the following applications: SlowShutter for the shot, Camera+ for color/saturation and Snapseed for borders.

 

A13 Highway - Kayl (LU)

 

Title: A13 Highway – Kayl (LU)

Artist: Alain Guerquin

Device/Apps/Info: In order to produce this picture, I’ve used my iPhone car holder and the following applications: SlowShutter for the shot, Camera+ for color/saturation and Snapseed for borders.

 

 

Claude

 

Title: Claude

Artist: Shel Serkin

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + shot with Hipstamatic + processed with Camera+ and FilterStorm

 

Untitled

 

Title: Untitled

Artist: Clay Benskin

Device/Apps/Info: I use Procamera to shoot and Snapseed to edit.

 

A good book and a good hat

 

 

Title: A good book and a good hat

Artist: John Mallon

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + PhotoGene + DynamicLight for the gentleman. Background created with FluidAutomata + SketchClub, PhotoForge2, and ScratchCam

 

 

 

Her favorite place

 

Title: Her favorite place

Artist: Jaime Ferreyros

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + BlurFX + ScratchCam + Camera+

 

 

Marienplatz

 

Title: Marienplatz

Artist: Jan Kretschmer

Device/Apps/Info: Hipstamatic: (Lens: Melodie, Film:Blanko Freedom 13, Flash: No)

 

 

Silas

 

Title: Silas

Artist: Shel Serkin

Device/Apps/Info: Shot with hipstamatic and processed with camera+, filterstorm and juxtaposer.

 

 

A few good reasons to get dirty

 

Title: A few good reasons to get dirty

Artist: Stephanie Meckfessel

Device/Apps/Info: To be confirmed

 

Delta 88

 

Title: Delta 88

Artist: Edi Caves

Device/Apps/Info: iPhone + Camera+ (ClarityX2 and Faded)

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