iPhoneography: Faved On Flickr 05.01.11

Le cinquième élément
Le cinquième élément by Stéphane Mahè


One of the regular features on Life In LoFi is “Faved On Flickr” — this showcase here. Over the past week, iPhoneographers from around the globe once again shared excellent street photography, portraits, abstracts, concept pieces, and found moments to Life In LoFi’s Flickr group. Here are about two dozen images — a small fraction —  selected from the thousand or so that were posted this week.

Click past the jump to see all of the photos in this week’s gallery. >>>

To all who contributed this week — WOW! Not only is this an excellent selection, but there were a lot of worthy images that were chosen for consideration but didn’t make it due to space constraints.

This week, here’s a lot of great photography from iPhoneographers Stéphane Mahè, Dominique Jost, Valerie Ardini, Max Berkowitz, Unruly_e, Robert-Paul Jansen, Michael Sonnabend, Boon Peng Yee, Kimb0lene, fellow Fort Worther Kevin Buchanan, and many other great iPhoneographers. And I have to add that iPhoneographer Jeff White often creates among the most amusing self-portraits. I’ve included one of his latest here.

There’s a lot of great photography here and much much more submitted to the Flickr group. Thanks to all of the iPhoneographers who let me share their work with you here.

Links go directly to each iPhoneographer’s Flickr photostream. If you like what you see, please click and check out their other work. Wherever possible, I’ve credited the photographer’s real name instead of their Flickr nick.

For your chance to be seen, all you have to do is be a member of the Flickr 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 Sunday — we’ll have more.

Even if you haven’t shared your photography here, I hope you enjoy these images and are inspired by them. Many thanks to all who post and share.

Please enjoy this week’s gallery.



Wasting time
Wasting time by Michael Sonnabend


PENSIVE by Max Berkowitz


"Crossing with Care"
"Crossing with Care" by Dominique Jost


Sunbeams (Hipstamatic Contest Entry)
Sunbeams by Helldorado Berlin


Day 119 of 365
Day 119 of 365 by Tamara Manning


Meyer by Shel Serkin


In the cafe
In the cafe by ARCHiPhone


Untitled by Iquanyin Moon


Fear by Dr. Frame


Give me land, lots o' land and...
Give me land, lots o' land and... by Unruly_e


[Photo] " Sprinto " #iphoneography #blackandwhite #streetphotography
Sprinto by Boon Peng Yee
Planet Earth.
Planet Earth. by Jamie Stewart


Day 127 / i365
Day 127 / i365 by Gael Martin


A Bugs Life
A Bugs Life by Kimb0lene


'Chicken Village'
'Chicken Village' by Robert-Paul Jansen


nature is creeping in 110/365
nature is creeping in by Valerie Ardini


Weather-beaten and broken.
Weather-beaten and broken. by Jill Gaupin


Do you know what I wanted ?
Do you know what I wanted ? by --Jackalope--


Gio Now for the Future by Jason Willis
Gio Now for the Future by Jason Willis


Underground Blue Line Early Morning
Underground Blue Line Early Morning by fredde.cooney.ahlstrom


Incredibly Flattering
Incredibly Flattering by Kevin Buchanan


RE: Birth
RE: Birth by Jeff White



About Marty Yawnick 1830 Articles
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, Pink Floyd, film, music, and traveling in seats 5E and 5F with his fiancé.
  • Sundays wouldn't be the same without them! (Faved on Flickr) Great selection as always, Some lovely dark and alluring images here and how could you ignore Jeff White's birth at the end. Wonderful piece and I am lucky enough that he is doing the tutorial for this particular piece on iphoneogoraphycentral. Thanks Marty and Jeff.

  • This was a nice surprise to wake up to this morning. Thank you!

  • macounette

    Really very inspiring ! Thanks for this great selection.

  • Thanks again for the inclusion with such great work!

  • Thanks Marty, honored! Some wonderful images this week. I was once again reminded what great foggy/misty landscape images that Robert-Paul produces, kimb0lene’s Bug’s Life perspective, Dr. Frames inventive use of AddLib (I’m guessing), and of course Jeff White’s always inventive use of Juxtaposer.

    I was also taken with Jason Willis’s whimsical portrait of Gio.

    Great stuff Marty, honored to be a part of it.

    • You're welcome, Max. Thanks for letting me share your photos.

      I love Robert-Paul's landscapes. The mist and golden hour light (I'm guessing in the morning) really made this one for me. Jason Willis' portrait of Gio (or his moustache…) was so simple yet so bold. I had to run that one. And it's hard to ignore Jeff Whitle's selfies — they're always so inventive. This one had hints of Terry Gilliam's old animations to it.


  • Kevin Buchanan

    Thanks again, Marty!

    • My pleasure, Kevin. Great photo!

      Are you doing the InstaMeet this Saturday?


  • I completely forgot to mention the lead image by Stéphane Mahé…an instant classic!

  • Fantastic shots there!

    I'm a little lazy with flickr – I guess I'll have to step it up a bit!

  • Thanks for including me in such a great group! I love being a part of such a talented community. Terry Gilliam…really? Awesome!

    • I've been a HUGE fan of Terry Gilliam's work for years. Your photo this week has that same sense of oddness and whimsy. Thank you for sharing it.


  • Stéphan Mahè

    Thank Marty for this beautiful collection, thank you for including one of my photos, it's a great pleasure for me. Congrats to all talented photographers and inspired. Have a nice day.

  • Jason

    Whoa! Thanks a bunch, sir — I'm honored and tickled by the inclusion of my shot of my mustachio'd pal Gio . Very cool!

  • Jill Gaupin

    So honored to be included in this week's showcase!!! I'm constantly inspired by this incredible community of fellow iPhoneographers. SO. COOL. Thanks Marty!

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