I am iPhone Photography obsessed. I will curate relevant compelling content to help you raise your game. I also throw in, from time to time, content from Android and DSLR that i think you will also find interesting. Bottom line, this feed is mostly about iPhone Photography!
Last month I started to ask people I know and respect in the mojo world would they be interested in participating or contributing to a conference on mobile journalism, Mobile FilmMaking and iPhoneography.
Photography professionals may laugh at people who take pictures with their smartphone, but hey, I'd rather not lug around a massive DSLR camera on my next backpacking trip. However, just because you have 13MP in your ...
Composition is the key to getting your iPhone photos noticed. Anyone can point a camera and take a photo, but it takes a more skilled photographer to compose a shot that’s visually appealing and holds the viewer’s attention.
In four years, Instagram has gone from having one million to over 150 million users. The app’s reach as a platform for sharing photos is incredible, but for many, the value of what’s posted maxes out at a number of likes.
Globetrotting photographer Jack Hollingsworth has photographed his share of this world’s faces, places and spaces. Join him for an afternoon of shooting up and down the pedestrian mall of Avenida Central in the heart of San José, Costa Rica.
For the last six months or so, I’ve been running a couple of Instagram accounts: @islington_ah for a music venue, Islington Assembly Hall, the other @oneillaward for a photography competition, The Terry O’Neill Award.
While people often think that finding the best photo apps will help them create better photos, the way you think about your photography has a far more profound impact on the quality of your work. That’s why I created this video tutorial where I...
A $13 program called Reflector transmits the video image from your iPhone, iPod or iPad to your Macintosh or PC for easy recording or projecting. It’s a great help for anyone making videos or trying to conduct a presentation.
I still have a "presence" over at EyeEm, but I rarely upload or visit mainly due to lack of time. But the new update offers a great new feature and one I've just discovered. First up is their new tap to zoom feature.
Journalism.co.uk RTÉ announces mobile journalism event for March 2015 Journalism.co.uk On the second day, Mulcahy highlighted the iPhone film-making workshop, to be led by award-winning film makers, and the iPhoneography session, headed by one of...
I am so excited to reveal that I have a new Column with Vogue, it’s a very special place where I interview photovoguers that use Instagram. My first interview has... The post New Mobile Photographer Column With Vogue by Joanne Carter!