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iPhoneography: Faved on Flickr 10.31.10

Submitted by on October 31, 2010 – 2:22 pm 5 Comments
Trust not what you think you see

Trust not what you think you see by Rikvah

Every Sunday, we present Faved on Flickr. Here are twelve of my faves this week from Life In LoFi’s Flickr group. These are just a small number of the great  images that were posted to the Life In LoFi group on Flickr the past week.

Click through for more of this week’s faves. >>>

This week, there’s a dozen great pics. This week, there is some amazing apping inlcuded. Rikvah’s lead image, “Trust not what you think you see” has some great color work and overlays. I love the way saotis combined several Hipstamatic prints in AutoStitch to create one of the more unique panographs I’ve seen an iPhone produce. There are also several great monochromes and more striking portraits this week. I’ve also included three images from a larger series that I found interesting from iPhoneographer Stefan Kraft — I like the mood of the images and the stark, creative use of text across the center of the images. The series reminds me of a classic advertisement series from several years ago.

Every Sunday, I select and post about a dozen images from Life In LoFi’s Flickr group to be featured on the blog, in addition to the random image grabber in the sidebar. Links go directly to each iPhoneographer’s Flickr photostream. If you like what you see, please click and check out their other work.

The images that are randomly displayed in our sidebar are also pulled from the Flickr group. For your chance to be seen, all you have to do is be a member of the group, post, and keep adding great images. If you haven’t joined yet, here’s the link to Life In LoFi on Flickr. Then, check back here every Sunday. We’ll have a dozen more next week.

I hope you enjoy these. I appreciate all the iPhoneographers who post. Thank you for sharing.


Untitled by saotis


made.him.look by Dominique Jost

No smoking!!!

No smoking!!! by Alex Romiti

Loose Lips Sink Ships

Loose Lips Sink Ships by Gabby Rogers

Underground Station Perfektastraße

Underground Station Perfektastraße by Periculum Vitae

Making a long shadow

Making a long shadow by Matthias Vlasits

stagger lee

stagger lee by s.e.m.t.e.x

iPhoneography: Alicia's Eye

Alicia's Eye by Dirk Dallas


Pa by boots&all

You My Boy Blue

You My Boy Blue by joshualeatherman

Opportunity Ahead

Opportunity Ahead by TS Elliott

Love Lockdown

Love Lockdown by Stefan Kraft

Waiting for Sunshine

Waiting for Sunshine by Stefan Kraft

Into the Sea

Into the Sea by Stefan Kraft


Marty Yawnick

Marty is a self-employed graphic designer in the Fort Worth/Dallas Metroplex. He is an avid Rangers baseball, Chicago Cubs, Packers and Highbury Arsenal fan. In addition to capturing random moments with whatever camera is close by (usually his iPhone), his other interests include coffee, film, music, and traveling in seats 5E and 5F with his fiancé.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/periculumvitae/ Andy

    Thanks for choosing one of my pictures. It`s an honor to be on a page with all those great photographers.

  • http://rivkahw.tumblr.com/ Rivkah White

    WOW, I'm gob-smacked to see my picture – thank you so much! I have great respect for your blog Marty, I refer to it almost biblically, so I am extremely honored to be included :D

  • Alex Romiti

    Thank's. ;-)

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/55153867@N04/ boots&all

    Thank you Marty. 'Pa' was one of the first I ever took with the iphone. I'm hooked on this iphonography thing!

  • MartyNearDFW

    My pleasure, all.

    @Rikvah, that's a great composite. Great color and production.

    @Alex, that's a brilliant shot of a discarded, everyday object — what I like to call a 'found moment'.

    @boots, I love this portrait. Pa has a lot of character that is captured in this photo. All the motion behind him is a nice bonus.