My textured floral still life iPhoneography image ‘Daisies’ has been featured by both Mortal Muses and The App Whisperer this weekend. Thank you!
A Muscari floral iPhone photograph processed with multiple iPhoneography apps to add numerous textured layers and generate a unique distressed finish. App stacking and blending.
I was honoured to allow Andy Butler of the iPhone, iPad and Android magazine Mobiography and Joanne Carter of The App Whisperer to republish my article on Macro photography using an Olloclip.
Thank you to my friends at The Advanced Mobile Photography Team – AMPt for featuring my iPhone photography textured image ‘time to bow’. I am honoured.
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 was honoured (and surprised) that my iPhoneography image ‘Green’ was selected to be featured by The App Whisperer in their curated round up of the best mobile photography images of 2013.
Floral still life iPhone Photography work in a textured painterly style. Very often I build a grungy texture in to my iPhoneography but with this one I decided to take a slightly different route and create something with a more minimalist clean feel.