I recently had a chance to chat with Daniel Berman, the founder of Mobile Photography Awards photo competition. Daniel is doing a great service to the mobile photography community, and in this interview you’re going to learn more about his work for Mobile Photography Awards.
In this interview you’re going to learn more about how Andy approaches iPhone photography and get some insights about the work he’s doing in the iPhoneography community.
Today I’m really excited to share an interview with Pu the Owl, an iPhone artist and a fellow iPhone photography blogger from Appotography. Even though Pu is modest about her iPhone photography, her photos speak louder than words. In this interview you’re going to find out more about Pu’s work as an iPhone photographer and blogger.
Today I’m really excited to feature the full story behind MobiTog, the original mobile photo community. With thousands of members from across the globe, MobiTog is an amazing place for sharing, discussing and learning mobile photography. In this interview you’re going to learn more about this unique community and the people behind it.
Thank you all for participating in our weekly iPhone photography contest. This week the contest theme was time, which people could interpret quite broadly. Unfortunately I didn’t have enough time to promote the contest (see the irony?), which is why there were fewer submissions this week. With that said, here are my 20 favorite shots from this week’s photo contest.
The iPhone’s camera has seen many improvements over the years, a trend that’s likely going to continue in the future. However, there are some people who think that the iPhone’s built-in camera is simply not good enough.
Today I had a conversation with one such person. Adam Latip is currently working on an add-on iPhone camera that promises to bring professional quality portraits right to your iPhone. While the product is currently in early development stages, you can already preorder a ladibird with a substantial discount by supporting their indiegogo campaign.
Today I’m really excited to share with you an interview I recently did with Geri Centonze. Geri is an iPhone photographer, artist and a fellow iPhoneography blogger from Art of Mob.
Geri is known for combining elements of photography and painterly art into a unique fusion of digital imagery. In this interview you’re going to learn more about Geri and her unique iPhone imagery techniques. Geri is extremely generous with her answers, and there’s so much to be learned from this interview!
Today I am very excited to publish an interview I recently did with Davide Capponi. Also known as Rubicorno, Davide is an insanely talented and creative iPhoneographer who applies unique post-processing to create beautiful art right on his iPhone.
Thank you all for participating in this week’s iPhone photo contest. This week’s assignment was very specific since I was only looking for photos created using Color Splash app. Despite that, about 80 really nice photos were submitted to the contest, and I’m very happy with the results. Without further ado, here are my favorites this week.
Today I am interviewing Cedric Blanchon, an artist and a passionate iPhone photographer from France. Cederic’s creativity and unique photo editing really stand out whenever he participates in one of our iPhone photo contests. I am very excited for a chance to learn more about the creative genius behind these spectacular photos.