iPhoneography: Faved on Flickr 12.19.10
This week, I’m pleased to present a strong collection of powerful images.
Every Sunday, we present Faved on Flickr — a small number of the outstandingÂ images that were posted to the Life In LoFi group on Flickr recently.
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There’s a bunch this week, and I like them all. There’s a special added bonus photo “skunk+chicken” which needs no explanation. It’s so random — I think it’s great!
Lead image Aaron Davis’ “Breathe” is a brilliant composite filled with great color and powerful narrative. Aik Beng Chia had several excellent photographs under consideration this week, but I loved the joy, geometry, lines and motion captured in his great black & white, “The Boy Who Ran Away From The Painting”. Dave Weekes and *Jeffrey* share two different visions of a similar scene in their very surreal photos.
I love Jaime Ferreyros’ work and he’s contributed another very colorful, very ethereal photo this week. I’ve become a fan of Star Rush’s monochromes of her city and I love the loneliness and mood of “La Hacienda”. And I love what unruly_e’s been doing, mashing up Hipstamatic with any other app that comes to mind. His mashups with Hipsta and AutoStitch Panorama are always great and visually interesting. I love the vivid colors and processing of Edward Smith’s impressionistic photo this week.
Every Sunday, I usually select and post about a dozen images from Life In LoFiâ€™s Flickr group to be featured on the blog. This week, there were just too many outstanding images to limit to a dozen — enjoy the extras. 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 to Life In LoFi on Flickr. Then, check back here every Sunday. Weâ€™ll have a dozen more next week.
I hope you enjoy this week’s selections and kudos to the iPhoneographers. The point is to go out there, shoot and have fun. Many thanks to all who post and share.