iPhoneography { foggy lincoln west common }

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iPhoneography images from a short walk in fog early one March morning on the West Common in Lincoln.

Without a doubt fog is my favourite weather to work in with iPhoneography. The atmosphere is automatically created for you. This iPhoneography series is captured via Hipstamatic with the Tinto 1848 Lens and a mixture of black and white film. Images are post processed.

“Sharpness is a bourgeois concept”

Henri Cartier-Bresson

 

Collection : foggy lincoln west common – a morning in March

Note: If the images are too large please click on them to see them in lightbox view resized to suit screen resolution.

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{ foggy west common lincoln }

 

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{ trees one }

  
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{ horse and handler }

I was honoured to see ‘horse and handler’ featured amongst the selection of 12 images of the week for 22nd March 2013 by iPhoneography Central. Thank you.

Phonographer is fond of blurs, indistinct figures and strong grain. In this image, the artist manages to convey a feeling of remoteness and dedication (in the horse-trainer) with the subject of the image occupying a very small portion of the frame. The even tones and the strong grain all add to the mood of the shot. You can feel the cold morning air and imagine your boots sinking into the damp soil under foot.

Bob Weil

This weekly gallery features 12 of the most outstanding iPhoneography submitted to the iPC Flickr group and elsewhere on the internet. The aim of the gallery is to show the very best of the wide variety of iPhone, iPad and iTouch art and photography. The artists are also asked to reveal the apps and workflows used in creating their amazing iPhone photographs and art which is detailed beneath each image… For a chance to be included in this weekly gallery, please join the iPC Flickr group and remember to add the process/Apps you used in order to be considered. Thank you.

iPhoneography Central

See more of the weekly galleries from March 2013 at iPhoneography Central.

 

 

I was honoured to see ‘horse and handler’ featured in The App Whisperer’s weekly showcase published on 21st April 2013.

We have put together another very special Flickr group showcase , our fourteenth of 2013 with some of our favorite images and some great new talent that have been uploaded to our Flickr group – Mobile Photography & Imagery, this week. The quality of submissions continues to rise, so we have decided to make our showcases that much bigger to incorporate as much of this stunning mobile art and photography as we can and to get it out to a wider audience.

Joanne carter

View the showcase in full at The App Whisperer.

 

 

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{ trees two }

 

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{ trees three }

 

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{ trees four }

 

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{ two horses }

 

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{ trees five }

 

West Common in Lincoln is a short stroll from my house and is open land with areas of grass, trees and small ponds. During the First World War it was used as an airfield and until as recently as the 1960s it was home to Lincoln Racecourse. The Grandstand still sits on the opposite side of Carholme Road and the racecourse and its railings still exist albeit largely unmaintained. Domestic horses graze on the Common and it is now home to a bowling green, tennis courts and numerous football pitches.

iPhoneography images captured on Hipstamatic and edited in PS Express, Pro HDR, Alt Photo, Snapseed and Camera+.

 

Update: ‘Horse on Lincoln West Common’ featured:

This image was captured at the same time as the rest of this collection but processed in a slightly different manner.

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{ Horse on Lincoln West Common }

I was honoured that my iPhoneography image ‘Horse on Lincoln West Common’ was selected to be featured by We Are Juxt.

Big thanks for contributing to our Flickr group, 1000 Words. We hope to showcase the great diversity and beauty of the work shown to continue to inspire other mobile (connected) photographers/ artists within our community. 1000 Words is titled under the premise that “a photograph says a 1000 words.” We Are Juxt believes that mobile photographers/ artists tell stories through the photographs/ images and art that represents their families, their environment, themselves. This is important because of the level of communication that is portrayed in imaging today. We look forward to you and your art. We thank you for your contribution to the mobile photography/ arts community.

Ryan V ~ We are Juxt

 

I was honoured to see ‘Horse on Lincoln West Common’ featured amongst the selection of 12 images of the week for 10th May 2013 by iPhoneography Central. Thank you.

This weekly gallery features 12 of the most outstanding iPhoneography submitted to the iPC Flickr group and elsewhere on the internet. The aim of the gallery is to show the very best of the wide variety of iPhone, iPad and iTouch art and photography. The artists are also asked to reveal the apps and workflows used in creating their amazing iPhone photographs and art which is detailed beneath each image… For a chance to be included in this weekly gallery, please join the iPC Flickr group and remember to add the process/Apps you used in order to be considered. Thank you.

Nicki Fitz-Gerald

See more of the weekly galleries from May 2013 at iPhoneography Central.

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3 Comments

  1. As an experienced darkroom worker I find it very pleasing to see how the latest mobile devices and their photo apps are empowering contemporary photographers.

    Thank you for publishing this appealing body of work.

    • Skip says:

      Hello Peter, thank you that is really kind. I had a little explore of your work – you may find an additional follower here and there. I really enjoy your work.

  2. Craig Allen says:

    Hello Peter,
    I recently found your site after getting an iPhone 7 and am just starting out in mobile photography. I really like these images and enjoy looking at your other work. The colours and tones here are stunning. I wondered if you have a tutorial on how you created these images?
    Many thanks,
    Craig

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