My iPhoneography image ‘In the moment’ is created from multiple Hipstamatic iPhone images blended together. I am delighted that it has been featured by the The App Whisperer in their weekly showcase.

Joanne who does a fantastic job running The App Whisperer has been is hospital for major surgery and even though she’s still far from fully operational her devotion to her wonderful site and love of all things related to mobile photography is an inspiration to me and I am sure us all.

I wish Joanne a full and speedy recovery.

 

iPhone photography apps used:

{ in the moment on flickr }

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The App Whisperer – The feature

Really honoured that my image ‘In the Moment’ has been featured by @TheAppWhisperer thank you!

See the feature together with other featured images at The App Whisperer.

Yes!!! We have just published our latest Flickr Group Showcase and it’s absolutely breathtaking, filled will wonderful mobile photography and art images from all around the world. Our regular readers will know that the site has been a little quiet for the past week or so. I have recently been through a major surgical operation and I’m certainly not up to full speed yet but I am healing and I am getting stronger. Today, is day 11 post surgery, our lead image this week is by Carolyn Hall Young a fabulous artist and wonderful person; she asked me for a self portrait quite soon post surgery, I sent her one from day 5. She then turned it into the most wonderful creation and this takes our lead spot this week. She’s done a wonderful job with me! I can’t thank her enough. I hope you all enjoy this showcase, thank you for your patience – theappwhisperer is back (slowly) x

Joanne ~ The App Whisperer


 

Art of Mob – The feature

Really honoured that my image ‘In the Moment’ has been featured by @ArtofMob thank you!

See the feature together with other featured images at Art of Mob.

“I love the people I photograph. I mean, they’re my friends. I’ve never met most of them or I don’t know them at all, yet through my images I live with them.” – Bruce Gilden

How well I relate to the above quote. I have photographed a few people in my town in California and then have noticed them at a different location on another day. They are instantly recognizable to me. Once they are on my camera roll, it’s as if they become part of my life in a very inexplicable way…not friends, but no longer strangers. I feel tied to them through the connection I made through the lens. Have you had a similar experience? Please share in the comments.

Geri ~ Art of Mob


 

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