‘Down to Zero’ and ‘The Ferryman | No56″ selected in EyeEm’s “The Best Week on EyeEm”.
Really nice for the work to be acknowledged and to be included amongst so many talented photographers.
see the selection here
Here is a list (with links) of some of the most widely used photographic apps for iPhone. I have used these extensively and found them to work really well, either as standalone apps, or in combination with others. These are not in any particular order of importance or significance.
- Plastic Bullet
- Camera +
- Swanko Lab
- Cross Process
- Retro Camera
- Cool FX
- Photo FX
- Dynamic Light
- Blur FX
- Slow Shutter
Ever wondered why so many photographers take the time to shoot in RAW format, here is an interesting and informative infographic that puts it in simple terms.
I’ve been experimenting with a number of drawing apps for the ipad. Among them have been Live Shetch HD, Harmony Procedural drawing tool (online), SketchBook Pro, Brushes and Sketch Club. Despite the odd sounding name, Sketch Club has been getting good feedback. You can read more about it and see examples of what it can do on the page under iPad apps.
Nice to wake up this morning to an email from the people at the iPhone Photography Awards to let me know that two of my submissions had been included amongst this years winners. And the irony of it is, I had forgotten that I’d entered.
A big congratulations to Lea Birch who picked up the ‘Photographer of the Year’ award. Overall 96 images made the final cut in a variety of categories.
My selected works were some of my earliest experiments with Hipstamatic and Plastic Bullet.
See link to the winners gallery on the sidebar.