I’m really excited to share this interview with Greg Schmigel, a talented street photographer who has been described as one of the pioneers of iPhone photography (though Greg doesn’t like that description). In this interview Greg shares tips for not only taking better photos, but also learning how to see the world as a photographer.
Thank you all for participating in our weekly iPhone photography contest. Since the contest was moved to EyeEm the submission quality has greatly improved. If you’re still on the fence about joining the contests on EyeEm you should definitely give it a try! With that said, here are my favorite photos from this week’s photo contest.
I’m really excited to share this interview with Misho Baranovic, an Australian iPhoneographer, author and app developer. There are many people who take great photos with the iPhone, but Misho also leverages his skills as an author and app developer.
Thank you all for participating in our weekly iPhone photography contest. As expected, there was a large number of great submissions this week, which is not surprising since most iPhone photographers live in cities. As always, it wasn’t easy to pick the winners and many excellent photos had to be left out. With that said, here are my personal favorites this week.
Today I am very excited to be interviewing a fellow iPhone photographer Manel Bello, who is also known as papapol. Even though Manel refuses to call himself a photographer, his photos have repeatedly been featured on our iPhone photography contests. In this interview you’re going to learn more about Manel and his iPhoneography techniques.
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