For those of you new to this blog and maybe just discovering iPhoneography, these are our regular features to show what other iPhoneographers — some established, some fairly new — are creating with their iPhones. Hopefully, these images will inspire you to explore your creative side.
So, here is this week’s Faved On Flickr, one of the longest-running iPhoneography showcases on the web. These are some of the excellent images chosen from Life In LoFi’s Flickr group.
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It was a busy week for Flickr. The excellent new Flickr app was released and Life In LoFi’s Flickr group got a ton of great new iPhoneography submissions. I’m not sure if the two are related, but I’ll be talking about the new Flickr update on the blog soon.
Mansi Bhatia has been sharing wonderful and emotionally powerful abstracts and abstract self-portraits on Faved for some time. This week’s lede is her self-portrait “Losing myself”. I love the colors and textures in this image. How she’s treated her eyes in this piece creates a complex, thought-provoking image.
Also in this week’s showcase are many more excellent works — iPhoneography, abstracts, portraits and iPhone Art — from Roger Guetta, Andy Royston, Michael Sutton, Jaime Ferreyros, Amo Passicos, Lumilyon, Gusbano, Elodie Hunting, Matt Brock, Willy Biral and many others.
Links go back to the iPhoneographer’s Flickr photostream. Many iPhoneographers share the apps they used to create the images, so I encourage you to click the links and explore their photostreams further.
How to Submit to Faved On Flickr
Submissions are open to everyone with an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. To have your works considered, simply post your images to Life In LoFi’s Flickr group. Images must be shot and processed using only an iDevice. Sundays, we feature a brand new showcase of more great iPhone photography.
There are many other outstanding works posted in our Flickr group. Be sure to stop by there and have a look at the many other images that I couldn’t fit into this piece.
Please enjoy the set this week. As always, it’s the iPhoneographers who deserve the credit. My sincere thanks to all of the iPhoneographers in this week’s post and in the Flickr group. Thank you for sharing.