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Prolific iPhone photographer David Luraschi takes to the streets of New York

Prolific iPhone photographer David Luraschi takes to the streets of New York | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Paris-based photographer David Luraschi hasn’t spent time in New York City for a good while now, so when the opportunity arose to pass a few weeks wandering the city, visiting friends and snapping people on the street unawares, as is his wont, he grabbed it. “I kind of revisited my experience as an American in America,” he says. “I always forget how monumental it is – not necessarily the architecture but just the size and the amount of people. I think that is always surprising.”

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How Grace Brignolle Takes Great iPhone Street Photos

How Grace Brignolle Takes Great iPhone Street Photos | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it
I'm really excited to share an interview with Grace Brignolle, an incredibly talented iPhone street photographer from New York City. In this interview you're.
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9 Outstanding iPhone Photography Projects to Try With Your Students

9 Outstanding iPhone Photography Projects to Try With Your Students | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Nicole Dalesio is a fourth grade teacher in the Pleasanton Unified School District in Northern California. She's also a digital artist who uses her talents and skills to promote learning in the classroom through photography and video projects, a practice called "iPhoneography" or iPhotography (although it's definitely not limited to Apple i-devices). Here Dalesio shares nine tips for projects and practices to help you implement "iPhotography" with your students.

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5 things iPhone photographers want from WWDC

5 things iPhone photographers want from WWDC | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

This time next week, Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference will be under way. Most of the major Apple announcements are expected to arrive during the keynote on June 10th at 10 a.m. Pacific Standard Time, but tech journalists have been surmising new technology for weeks. 

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How one of the best films at Sundance was shot using an iPhone 5S

How one of the best films at Sundance was shot using an iPhone 5S | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Tangerine, a breakout hit from this year’s Sundance Film Festival, is full of surprises. There’s the subject matter: transgender prostitutes working in a not-so glamorous part of Hollywood. And there are the characters: flinty, funny, nobody’s victim. But the story behind the camera is as surprising as what’s in front of it. Particularly because the camera used to shoot Tangerine was the iPhone 5S.

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FLTR: The Smartphone Magazine

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With their new weekly magazine dedicated to smartphone photography, FLTR, theBritish Journal of Photography has placed a bet on modernity. Designed exclusively for the iPhone, the magazine’s designer and journalist Olivier Laurent reviews the latest camera accessories and apps, interviews professional and amateur photographers, and offers in-depth analysis of developments in the world of smartphones.

The first five issues of FLTR feature articles on several appealing themes, including how the New York Times Magazine looks for inspiration on Instagram, how to take good pictures with smartphones in low light, and how one can sell smartphone photographs. The highlights of the first issue are an article by Fred Ritchin discussing the impact of smartphones during events like September 11, and a wonderful interview with Instagram photographer Théara Kam, whose work appears in a portfolio that nimbly blends genres. “I believe [smartphones] are revolutionizing the entire field more than any technology has done in 150 years,” says Laurent.

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Meet Pencil: The Best iPad Stylus Yet, From the Makers of 'Paper'

Meet Pencil: The Best iPad Stylus Yet, From the Makers of 'Paper' | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

As Georg Petschnigg, one of FiftyThree's founders, puts it, a stylus gives you the chance to "think with your hands."

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Rise of Photography, Decline of the Staff Photographer and the Role for PR

Rise of Photography, Decline of the Staff Photographer and the Role for PR | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

It’s an odd thing when the world finally embraces what you do as a necessary skill, then lays you off.

That’s essentially what happened to about 20 photographers who, until this week, worked as photojournalists for the Chicago Sun Times. They will be replaced by iPhone weilding writers, freelancer and citizens armed with various methods of collecting light as pixels.

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