Faved on Flickr 11.28.10
Every Sunday, we present Faved on Flickr. Because there wasn’t a Faved last weekend, here are two weeks worth of faves from Flickr. These are just a small number of the greatÂ images that were posted to the Life In LoFi group on Flickr recently.
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With two weeks’ worth of images to choose from, I think there are some really outstanding images displyed this week. Sherry Chen’s lead image “Kids….” from The Paper Love Project captures such a great moment and the energy of childhood. The color is outstanding as is the blown out white space. Another image that excellently captures the energy and craziness of childhood through great use of motion and image fragments is Kiko Gnou’s mosaic, “Hurry up, Alma”. Judy Green’s “Mr. Cool” comes from a series of hers with very interesting distortions used to elongate her subjects. I love her great use of color and white space in this photo. Flickrfitzy’s “Boys on film” features an impressive mix of different apps to create a mash-up of several artistic and photographic styles.
There are great still lifes from Robert-Paul Jansen and Andrew Cohen (who was one of the artists in the recent Instant DC exhibition). I love Â©arlein’s work and this week she has a very gritty, lo-fi portait. unruly_e’s “Trollmas Kinkade…” is a brilliant combination of composition, color, hardware and apping. T.S. Elliott, Dan Wilde and Nacho Cordova each share great yet all very different landscapes. The color and added motion enhances the excitement in kou hattori’s “walk your back” and almost makes the photo come alive.
Every Sunday, I select and post about a dozen images from Life In LoFiâ€™s Flickr group to be featured on the blog. Links go directly to each iPhoneographerâ€™s Flickr photostream. If you like what you see, please click and check out their other work.
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 havenâ€™t joined yet, hereâ€™s the link toÂ Life In LoFi on Flickr.Â Then, check back here every Sunday. Weâ€™ll have a dozen more next week.
I hope you enjoy these. I appreciate all the iPhoneographers who post. Thank you for sharing.