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.
This textured floral iPhoneography image started life as a test image for an app that went free, Instaflash Pro, and ended up as one of my most popular images on Instagram.
My iPhoneography image ‘Skool Daze’ is a multiple exposure iPhone image with a textured finish applied. I am delighted that it has been featured by both the The App Whisperer and Art of Mob in their weekly showcases.
I am really delighted that my iPhoneography image ‘strolling in the fog on Lincoln west common’ has been featured on the Curated VSCO Grid. Thank you.
App stacking iPhoneography tutorial using four of my go to iPhone photography apps for adding texture to images. Distressed FX / Mextures / Modern Grunge / Snapseed.
Mextures is the best iPhone photography app for texture blending iPhoneography. This step by step tutorial shows how to use it with detailed screen grabs. Includes a small collection of landscape images.
Most of the time the joy of iPhone photography is the result. The destination. It’s not about how I got there or how many apps I used (I’m still trying keep the number of apps I use in each iPhoneography work to a minimum). This is an example.
I have long appreciated the work by the Juxters at We Are Juxt. When I was asked to provide an interview and mobile photography workflow by one of their members I was delighted to do so.