I’ve always used the camera on my mobile phone to take the occasional photo, but that all changed in the beginning of 2010 when I started to take a lot of photos using my iPhone 3G. My new creative life was born. I live in a very small village in the south of the Netherlands, […]
The Lunch Box Gallery, in collaboration with MPA friend and jury member iPhoneographer Jaime Ferreyros, is pleased to announce the call for submissions for its new show “iPhoneography: Updated Visual Dialogs.” The exhibit will be displayed from March 10th to April 7th, 2012. From the LunchBox Gallery press release: “It’s undeniable: iPhoneography, understood as the […]
The Mobile Photo Awards and ArtHaus are thrilled to announce that our travelling exhibit will be a part of the San Francisco Fine Art Fair at Fort Mason. The 2012 event takes place between May 17-20 and will certainly be the highest profile large scale art event to display a full exhibit of Mobile Photography […]
Winner of the ScratchCam category. I had just come out of a supermarket, heading to my car in the parking lot when, suddenly, I was struck by the beauty of the sky and clouds above my eyes. It was a lovely day in July, just before sunset, and I caught the breeze of mild summer […]
The MPA announced today an open call for videos shot and edited on mobile phones to be presented as part of an exhibit of prints and canvasses at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (OCCCA) throughout the month of April, 2012. To submit your video for consideration please send us a viewing link (youtube, […]
Tony Docherty on DANDELION WISHES – WINNER OF THE PEOPLE/PORTRAIT CATEGORY. Dandelion Wishes is actually a combination of two images. I first shot the Dandelion while out walking. It was such a good specimen that I knew I had to use it but it sat on my phone for weeks. Over the years I’ve taken […]
Jordan Cortese on ONE MORE FOR THE BRONX – WINNER OF THE SUNLIGHT CATEGORY Often times we photographers shoot an image not really knowing why it means so much to us and it’s often later, in the processing, that a story begins to unfold similar to the feeling of editing a film.
Here at the MPA we are big fans of music. We often liken a single picture to a song and a series of images to a full-length LP (remember the LP?) – the idea being the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Each of the shots in the gallery below by iPhoneographer […]
Not enough has been said about what an incredible tool the mobile camera is for travel photography. I was raised on a steady diet of National Geographic magazines and those classic pictures fed my dreams and wanderlust. To this day, travel never fails to fill me with child-like wonder, and though I’ve racked up my […]
Our friends at iPhoneography Central have an in-depth tutorial today from Sara Tune. She shows us the workflow behind “Awesome Sauce”, the image which made her an MPA winner in the Juxtaposer category.