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Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK / Exhibited and prize winning iPhone photographer. Unless otherwise stated all images and tutorials captured and processed on iPhone or iPad only.
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Coffee Shop Doodle. This iPhoneography workflow uses Leonardo to blend 3 images together to create a surreal image. I call it ‘Coffee Shop Doodle’ because that’s just what it is but a couple of people have subtitled it ‘Storm in a Teacup’. I quite like that!   Check out Skipology for other workflows if you have a mobile phone and need to create images for your blog or other projects.

Iphoneography still life of coffee and cloud by Skip created using Leonardo App for iPhone and iPad

Top 5 images / Top 5 blog posts / Top 5 iPhone photography apps.    As I reflect on the end of the third full year that I have enjoyed mobile photography and iPhoneography specifically, it’s a great time to take a step back, take stock and think about what I’ve done and what I’d like to do next.

Top 5 images / Top 5 blog posts / Top 5 iPhone photography apps. As I reflect on the end of the third full year that I have enjoyed mobile photography and iPhoneography specifically, it’s a great time to take a step back, take stock and think about what I’ve done and what I’d like to do next.

stackables iPhone app – formulas | Stackables formulas or texture recipes are a great way to build a unique library of textures and adjustments. Using formulas and adapting them to individual images helps to give image collections a cohesive feel. Here's how.

Stackables formulas or texture recipes are a great way to build a unique library of textures and adjustments. They give image collections a cohesive feel.

I used two captures as raw material for a single atmospheric composition - this is the process. Street iPhone photography – creating an alternate reality

I used two captures as raw material for a single atmospheric composition - this is the process. Street iPhone photography – creating an alternate reality

Yellow Rose is a painterly textured iPhoneography still life floral image processed using textures from both Snapseed and Stackables. Its inspiration stems from Skipology selecting Stackables as app of the week this week.

Yellow Rose is a painterly textured iPhoneography still life floral image processed using textures from both Snapseed and Stackables. Its inspiration stems from Skipology selecting Stackables as app of the week this week.

Provoke photography – Foggy Lincoln (walking in circles)  Provoke was a short lived Japanese photography magazine from the late 1960s. It showcased abstracted images which were purposely grainy, blurry and out of focus.

Provoke photography – Foggy Lincoln (walking in circles) Provoke was a short lived Japanese photography magazine from the late It showcased abstracted images which were purposely grainy, blurry and out of focus.

This article outlines an iPhoneography formula to achieve the Orton Effect with a single iPhone app whilst maintaining the high degree of flexibility required to adjust the effect according to each image's characteristics.  The aim of the Orton Effect is to create a watercolor styled photograph by combining various captures of the same scene. The process is also known as Orton imagery and the Orton slide sandwich.

Michael Orton started this technique. His aim was to create a watercolor styled photograph by combining captures of the same scene.

I guess there are a number of ways to achieve the ethereal look or something similar. Double exposures – (I like Hipstamatic) can give a lovely ghostly feel especially if you try to take 2 shots at the same location without moving the camera too much.

I've had this ethereal iPhoneography image in my mind for a while.

I guess there are a number of ways to achieve the ethereal look or something similar... For this image though I wanted control and I also wanted to tell a ghostly story… “This train is following a ghost train…” to the tune of ‘Ghost Town’ by ‘The Specials’ of course. That meant that I decided on two exposures to be combined in processing.

I've had this ethereal iPhoneography image in my mind for a while.

iPhoneography apps for depth of field - "On an iPhone a narrow depth of field can normally only be achieved in post processing via iPhoneography apps. It is simulating a wide open aperture on a DSLR and achieving a blurred background with apps intelligent enough to pick out light spots and magnify them into beautiful circles (or other shapes) of bokeh light."

Sharp focus is one of the key aspects of capturing a great photograph. Focus and exposure are probably the two most critical technical areas photographers need to understand, and my last post, "Rules