iPhoneography: Faved On Flickr 09.18.11
Because of the recent backlog of images, I’m still playing catch-up with our regular Faved feature. This is the second of the two catch-up Faved features this week with images selected from the thousands shared to the Flickr group. The bulk of these images were shared during the middle two weeks of September. We’ll be caught up by next week’s Faved.
This is the Faved feature that would have normally run last week, and so even though I’ve posted it today, I’ve backdated it. Click past the jump to have a look at “last week’s” gallery. >>>
It actually worked out well splitting up the backlog of images for these two posts. I’d written last week that there some of the most stunning are the portrait work and street photography submitted to the Flickr group. This week’s feature is where you’ll see many of those excellent portraits and captures that I’d mentioned.
In addition to Tamara Manning’s striking lead image, there are some really great portraits this week. Once again, Jennifer Bracewell pushes the boundaries of production in her haunting selfie “The girl was never there.” “Angel” by RivkahW is stark and powerful. “Lovely eye” by Dixon Hamby is a great photograph that says a lot both in and out of the frame. There is more great portraiture this week from iNOLOGIST, Vixi Pixi, Nickleen, Norma Tub and another powerful image from Aik Beng Chia. There is also more outstanding iPhoneography this week from Dan Berman, Jose Chavarry, Shel Serkin, Gerg Schmigel, Alexander Kesselaar, Scott A. Woodward and many others.
Links go back to the iPhonegrapher’s Flickr photostream. I encourage you to follow links and get to know iPhoneographers whose work catches your eye.
For your chance to be seen in this feature, all you have to do is be a member of the Flickr group, post, and keep adding great images. Here’s the link to Life In LoFi on Flickr. Then, check back here on Sundays. We’ll have more.
I hope you enjoy the photography in this showcase. Many thanks to the iPhoneographers who post and share their works and vision.