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It’s been a while since we did one of these. Actually, if you read our Flipboard Magazine (and you should…), we regularly share iPhone photos selected from our Flickr Group.

One of the great things about iPhoneography galleries is that they give you inspiration and good ideas on how others are shooting. Maybe you’ll see an app or a technique that you’d like to have in your toolbox. Maybe you’ll see a photo that inspires you to try similar lighting or a crop you might now have thought of. Maybe you’ll see something in a photo someone else shot that you would have missed otherwise and think to yourself “I’d like to try that.” And sometimes you just have to go, “That’s pretty cool….”

Life In LoFi’s iPhoneography showcases have always been about what the iPhone camera can do with appropriate light and some creativity.

With a nod to Edi Caves iPhoneOgenic’s monthly showcases, here are 31 images submitted to LoFi’s Flickr group from the month of May. Collected here are gorgeous landscapes, powerful portraits, and exceptional iPhone art abstracts. This gallery features a lot of great use of light and shadow. Some iPhoneographers took excellent advantage of the lines, curves, and geometry of their subjects. One or two simply created lines and curves. There are several portraits of everyday people in this gallery that are strong, or playful, or simply capture the moment. Some artists here creatively mashed up several styles.

Big thank yous go to the iPhoneographers and artists who created and shared their works here:

  • Waldemar Blazej Nowak
  • Marzia Bellini
  • Susan  Blase
  • Brad Kelly
  • Peter H
  • Denrael
  • Gianluca Ricoveri
  • Andrew Hollingsworth
  • Michael Alli
  • julia Aldred
  • Wayman Stairs
  • Diana Nicholette Jeon
  • bertrand taoussi
  • Hussam Eissa
  • Mandolina Moon
  • Dixon Hamby
  • Aylin Argun
  • ade santora
  • Jerzy Jachym
  • auketts
  • kirstenfenton
  • lasttodie1.1
  • Karen Axelrad
  • Elena Penkova
  • Wayne Greer
  • lezard_graphic
  • Michelle Robinson

All links go back to the artist’s Flickr page, so you can explore more of their work. I encourage you to do so. Of the thousands of images submitted, it’s tough to narrow them down to less than three dozen.

This is the state of iPhoneography for June 1, 2015. Enjoy the photos. Be inspired.



Submitting Your Photos

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 upload, post or share your images to Life In LoFi’s Flickr group. Images must be shot and processed using only an iDevice. We look at all of ’em. Your photos may be featured in a future gallery.

When you upload, please be sure your sharing settings are set so that images can be embedded using HTML.

FlickStackr is a good app for sharing to Flickr. We’ve been using it for years. You can also use the official Flickr app straight from your device.