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Faved: iPhone Photos of the Week, 10.05.13

Submitted by on October 5, 2013 – 6:14 pm 6 Comments

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Guest Curator: Sarah Jarrett

What a treat to be asked by Cindy to guest curate ‘Faved’. I was looking throughout the week for images that really jumped out and had something special and unique to say. I love the exotic mixture of images in the Life in Lofi pool ranging from the surreal manipulators to masterful dream works to the chance moment in an incredible landscape.

My lede image is ‘Shadow Room’ by Caroline Macmoran, I was drawn immediately to the title and the way in which Caroline had constructed and manipulated the image. A wonderfully surreal, dark image full of narrative. Fantastic work !

So many great portraits it was tricky to choose just a few. I just loved Nicki Fitz-Gerald’s sharp digital collage ‘Frost bite’, the soft painterly colour tones of Vanessa Vox’s ‘I came back with the Spring’, the really striking monochrome composition of Erika Brother’s ‘Garden of my Mind’, the soft, subtle, delicate romance of ‘Shadow’ by the Real McCoy, the acid bright beauty of colour in ‘Some Red’ by Kajalschlampen and the delicious scribbly vagueness of ‘Profile’ by Pr Tenorsoul. These all really stood out for me.

To be transported by a picture is a powerful thing and I was by ‘Legends of the Fall’ by W- Stairs to a Dali inspired world saturated in the most glorious colour. Brilliantly executed ! In Veevs3’s ‘Photographing St Pauls’ the beautiful soft painterly colours and the strong composition seems real but also dream like and ethereal. So well done. Veronica Hassell’s image ‘A Song I wrote to You’ is just beautiful. Reminiscent of Victorian photography and the Pre-Raphelites she masterfully creates moments from another time, another world. ‘Aquamarine’ by Scott.A. Woodward in contrast is vivid, exotic in its beauty and full of silent wonder. Alfremusical’s image throws our gaze back into sharp reality and captures the moment wonderfully with striking faces that draw you in and makes you want to know more.

Many wonderful landscapes but ‘Clowbridge Sunrise’ by Astronomer Adam stood out for me. The tactile, dripping beauty of grasses along a river in the early morning captured the moment brilliantly as did Gianluca Ricoveri’s beautiful Italian landscape, a small road winding through stubble fields reminded me of summer’s end perfectly. Lea Zimany’s sun rise too is beautifully and perfectly composed. Such a strong sense of atmosphere and feeling emanates from this picture. ‘Spreading Wings’ by Eeslinger captures the fleeting moment so well and transports us skyward into the blue.

‘Beauty Is Youth, Youth Is Beauty’ by Ferguscat1 is a fantastic image. The processing works so well here. I loved the backs of all the people turned away from the camera and was eager to catch a glimpse of what it was that so drew their attention.

My closing image is ‘Taking Ego Out of the Equation by Bongwater Joe’, masterfully surreal, dark and nightmarish with its equally dark palette.

Congratulations to all the iPhoneographers and iPhone artists selected this week! And don’t forget, images selected each week are eligible for inclusion in upcoming “brick-and-mortar” exhibitions, so please continue to submit your best work and stay tuned for next week’s showcase!

Until then, as Cindy says ‘ happy shooting!’

Cindy Patrick is on vacation this week and she’s lined up iPhone artist Sarah Jarrett as guest curator. Sarah’s unique images have graced this gallery many times throughout the years. Her works have been featured in brick and mortar galleries globally. She is a knowledgeable and vocal evangelist for iPhone art and iPhoneography. Sarah is definitely one of iPhoneography’s “rock stars.” I’m very glad she agreed to curate this week and she’s selected some outstanding works — no easy task given the number of excellent pieces submitted each week to our Flickr group. Many thanks to Sarah for filling in this week. =M=

FAVED: IPHONE PHOTOS OF THE WEEK, 10.05.13

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Shadow Room

Shadow Room by caroline macmoran

I come back with the spring

I come back with the spring by Vanessa Vox

Legends of the Fall

Legends of the Fall by Wayman Stairs

Frost Bite

Frost Bite by Nicki Fitz-Gerald

Photographing St Paul's

Photographing St Paul's by Veevs3 / Vivi Hanson Sacerdote

IMG_1829.JPG

IMG_1829.JPG by Gianluca Ricoveri

Untitled

Untitled by Lea Zimany

Garden of my mind

Garden of my mind by Erika Brothers

A song I wrote to you ∮

A song I wrote to you ∮ by Veronica Hassell

Some Red

Some Red by Kajalschlampen / Susanne

Shadow [Series]

Shadow [Series] by The_Real_McCoy / Maddy McCoy

Untitled

Untitled by alfremusical

Clowbridge Sunrise

Clowbridge Sunrise by Astronomer Adam / Adam Whittaker

Spread your wings.

Spread your wings. by eeslinger

Aquamarine.

Aquamarine. by Scott A Woodward

Beauty is Youth, Youth is Beauty

Beauty is Youth, Youth is Beauty by Ferguscat1 / Liz Traynor

Profile

Profile by PrTenorsoul / alain goldfarb

Taking ego out of the equation

Taking ego out of the equation by Bongwaterjoe

 

Submitting Your Photos

We are partnering with galleries and photo exhibits around the world. Images that are selected for the Faved weekly showcase are now eligible for consideration for brick-and-mortar shows that we’ve partnered with.

Submissions are welcome for any photos shot and processed with iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad only. No desktop or Android processed images, please. To have your works considered, just post or share your images to Life In LoFi’s Flickr group. Images must be shot and processed using only an iDevice. Each week, we’ll feature a brand new showcase of more great iPhoneography.

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Cindy Patrick

A professional photographer for the past decade, Cindy turned to her iPhone as a creative tool in 2010. Since then, she has exhibited her work at galleries and museums in four countries and across the United States. She has garnered numerous awards, most recently in the Mobile Photography division of the 2013 American Aperture Awards (Ax3). Her work has been published both online and in print, including Architectural Digest. Cindy has contributed to two books on iPhoneography. In addition to photographing weddings and portraits, Cindy is an iPad Instructor at Cooper University's Cancer Institute as part of their Complementary Medicine Program. She is available for talks and workshops worldwide.

  • AstronomerAdam

    Thanks for showcasing my photo. I’m honoured!

  • Nicki Fitz-Gerald

    Beautiful end to the weekend, looking through these wonderful images. Thanks to Sarah for including my image “Frost Bite”.

  • Erika Brothers

    Thank you so much for the opportunity !! It is such an honor….

  • Wayman_Stairs

    Thank you so much Sarah for selecting my image “legends of the fall”. Such a great honor to be selected by you and be in such great company!!

  • cpatrickphoto

    Brilliant, Sarah! So very well done! Applause, applause! :)

  • Louie Kulla

    Maximum Creativity!! awesome work..