I first heard about Richard Gray (@rugfoot on Instagram) from my friend Dilshad Corleone (@italianbrother on Instagram). Dilshad had taken a course in iPhoneography from Richard and raved about all that he learned.
Welcome to the first 1000 Words Showcase for Windows Phone via the Windows Phone Experience Flickr group. This group has many great artists and photographers and along with many mobile photography communities is rich in story.
As the Painterly Mobile Art Flickr Group continues to grow, it gets more difficult to select a single artist to feature. As an admirer of Christianna Pierce's work, it is my pleasure to highlight one of her favorite images.
Hipstamatic launches Oggl 2.0, a mobile photo curation service GigaOM For Hipstamatic creators, it has been a bitter sweet journey. The company was at the top of the world, making millions every year and then lost out to Instagram.
Nate Park, Co-Founder of IPA, has launched a kickstarter project inspired by two of his favorite things – mobile art and traditional photographic processes. Check out his project (especially some of the backer rewards that I’m proud to be a part).
Thought I'd share this exciting new Kickstarter venture by Nate Parks and Daria Polichetti. You may recognize those names as the founders of iphoneart - a vibrant, creative community of mobile artists.
Due to the popularity of the IPA Quarterly exhibit, the gallery extended the stay of the installation until December 14th. If you are in or near the Los Angeles area, you still have time to visit the Santa Monica Art Studios.
Photos for The Whole Story series are chosen from images tagged on Instagram with the hashtag #the_whole_story. However, sometimes I see an image that is so interesting that I contact the photographer to find out more about it.
For the third installment in November’s ‘Capturing the Moment’ showcase we feature mobile photography from Thomas Campos, Robert Robertis, Clint Cline, Chris Stern, John Fullard and Lola Mitchell from the Mobiography Flickr Group.
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