"Paul is an expert when it comes to adding emotion and mood to his images. He has a way of capturing that 'moment' sometimes editing with very little adjustment to the original and other times editing with a full array of editing tools. That’s how talented Paul is. He can go any direction and make a masterpiece."
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Welcome to skipology.com. I am known as Skip to most and am an exhibited and prize winning iPhoneographer from Lincoln, England... more at 'about me'. This is a quick start guide of recommended pages and articles for first time visitors (who has time to look through menus these days?):
Apart from grabbing plenty of shots and learning traditional photography rules and techniques, your first step will be to get the right tools.
My article ’10 must have iPhoneography apps’ outlines the iPhone photography apps that I believe provide the maximum functionality as a package.
If you have an app and are searching for ways to incorporate it into your iPhoneography workflows.
My iPhoneography app index details all the iPhone photography apps used in my tutorials.
If you are looking for inspiration, my iPhoneography genre index will be a useful place to start.
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The inspiration for this article came from a week away in Portugal. Until I studied some street shots closely, I discarded them as a waste of a tap. When I did get chance to look at them through fresh eyes though, I saw a few things that I liked. Specifically regarding this image, I used two captures as raw material for a single atmospheric composition.
Provoke was a short lived Japanese photography magazine from the late 1960s. It showcased abstracted images which were purposely grainy, blurry and out of focus. I used the app it inspired to capture some foggy Lincoln scenes in a high contrast style.