Excio Featured: Who Made It This Time?

We regularly feature the most interesting and eye-catching photographs in the "Featured" section of the Excio app to celebrate our wonderful creative community of photographers. These photos are first to be seen by everyone who opens Excio on their devices and leads to new people discovering your collections, profile and learning more about your work.

See below some of the photos that made it to the "Featured" selection this time and check them all out on the app. Even if your photos didn't get selected this time, don't worry - they still have a chance to make it in the next round.

To increase your chances of being selected, here are some tips:

  1. Make sure your images have a high enough resolution to look sharp on big screens (e.g. tablets). The minimum resolution is 1000px on the shortest side.

  2. The photos you upload on Excio should not have borders, text overlays or watermarks (on Excio they have your name, details and protection of copyrights anyway).

  3. At least one of your collections should ideally have more than 3 photos.

"Talia Study 3" by Charlotte E. Johnson

"This collaborative project is the result of putting into practice several newly learnt techniques to produce a very soft and painterly photo.", Charlotte E. Johnson

"Pretty in Pink" by Raewyn Smith

"This gorgeous wee Camelia has a sweet fragrance and a perfect form to photograph." Photoqueen, Raewyn Smith

Read more about Raewyn and her photography journey in her interview with NZPhotographer Magazine.

"City Beneath a Blanket" by Kirill

" Wellington city and its northern suburbs partially covered by a blanket of fog. 35mm, 30 Sec exposure, f/6.3, ISO-400 New Zealand, Wellington, Broadmeadows."


"When the Night Falls With The Rain" by Susan Blick

"Nothing better than a nice VERY long exposure, 280 seconds just before the rain." Susan Blick

Read more about Susan's passion for photography in the featured interview with NZPhotographer Magazine

"Veins" by Kelly Vivian

"A macro highlighting the veins of the leaves on a plant in Auckland's Winter Gardens." Kelly Vivian

"Devils Punchbowl" by Kim Free

"The 131 metre high waterfall, Devils Punch Bowl, located in Arthurs Pass.", Kim Free

Read more about Kim in her interview on our Blog.

"Friendly fantail" by Leanne Silver

"I think everyone who has tried to capture the delightful little fantail (piwkakwaka) will know how frustrating they are to get a good shot of. This cheeky little juvenile decided that I was worth popping down to the ground to have a slightly closer look at.", Leanne Silver, Argent Photography

Like what you see? Add the image to your own collection so that it shows up on your screen throughout the day and be sure to check out what else each photographer has uploaded.

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