Here is this week’s Faved On Flickr, one of the longest-running iPhoneography showcases on the web. Here are some of the excellent images chosen from the those shared to Life In LoFi’s Flickr group.
In addition to sharing the works from established and well-known artists, one of the things I love about doing this weekly showcases are the surprises. There are always iPhoneographers who are new to this group whose artistic vision takes us in a direction that we’ve never seen before. This week again, there is a great balance between established iPhoneographers and those whose works are new to this feature. Outstanding, often powerful, sometimes playful images from all.
Click past the jump for this week’s showcase. >>>
Several images in this week’s showcase were also selected for our new, Twitter-only feature, Life In LoFi’s Daily Pic. Follow @LifeInLoFiBlog on Twitter to see each day’s image including this week’s lead image, “Restrato”, a beautiful, eerie and haunting image by long-time contributor Millo Salgado.
Also in this week’s showcase are some great images by Andy Royston (The Ft Lauderdale Sun project), Greg Schmigel, Robert-Paul Jansen, brandon smith, librarymook, Allison Pistohl and many others. And “Happy Max” by John Keogh is another great photograph that illustrates the best portraits aren’t always of people.
Links go back to the iPhoneographer’s Flickr photostream. There are a lot of first-time appearances in this week’s selections and I encourage you to follow the links to discover new artists whose work catches your eye.
To submit your photography, simply post your images to Life In LoFi’s Flickr group. Sundays, we feature a brand new showcase of more great iPhone photography. Submissions are open to everyone with an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
There are many other stunning works posted in our Flickr group. Be sure to stop by there and have a look at the many other images that I can’t fit into this piece.
I hope you find images here that move and inspire you. As always, it’s the iPhoneographers who deserve the credit. My sincere thanks to all of the iPhoneographers who continue to share their outstanding photography here and elsewhere.