16 posts tagged iPhoneography
VSCO rules! Edoardo Lavagno’s (@inkhals) mobile photography is a case study of how to completely master one app. Edoardo’s work leaves me thinking about the unknown behind his elegant and timeless shadows. Vanishing points and vintage color atmosphere are breathtaking. - Frank M., AMPt Member
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The Mobile Photography Group’s Misho Baranovic, shares tips with iPhoneography photographers to boost streetphotography. Interesting that his app of choice is ProCamera. The screenshots show precision and a thought process really no different than handling a DSLR. the tips offered, such as shoot when the light is good, any mobile photographer can keep in mind. Street Photography in any medium is a matter of timing adn confidence whether with a mobile device or full out DSLR. Rock these tips! -Nakeva
Man! Tony Detroit gives us a real sense of the underground side of Griswold in Detroit. Every city has its down side and scenes of the less fortunate or under the radar street life. Tony dives right in and shares pieces of life, the real stuff, that may not always make the 5 o’clock news. Excellent iPhonography work! -Nakeva
iPhoneArt.com launches LA Mobile Arts Festival in Santa Monica - August 18-26 …San Francisco Chronicle (press release)What better city than Los Angeles - home to a panoply of world class visual effects and digital artists, and to Silicone Beach,…
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Are you coming to London for the Olympics?
Instagramers London aka @IgersLondon would like to know if you are traveling to London to visit the Olympics in July and August?
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Things I am grateful for! This is awesome to hear from @Gideon_Gidori for #Epicthanks
James submission for the FX Photo Studio Exhibition. Also check him out at http://www.instantdc.com. He is a local pioneer in mobile photography and has found a way to build a community around his creativity. Embracing iPhoneography and mobile photography! - Nakeva
1st camera phone photo taken in 1997! #MobilePhotography has grown! -Nakeva
I like this story of how a photographer handled being asked not to shoot this photo in a public space (via Instagram at that!). Not all photographers know their rights, not all people asking photographers not to take pictures know the rights on both sides and not many people bother to research any of the information. Glad I came across this group since I like taking natural light shots when possible. Way to go Kimberly!
Fila shoe brand. Remember that?
HaHa! “Post Rapture Martini Time” great capture of the moment by John C Abell! #Photography