TrueView Interview – “What do Mobile Photographers and/or Mobile Artists expect from their Audiences?” with Diana Nicholette Jeon from Hawaii

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As you, most likely know we are expanding our uber popular TrueView Mobile Photography and Art Interview section with a new question – “What do Mobile Photographers and/or Mobile Artists expect from their audiences?”. Today, we are publishing talented mobile artist Diana Nicholette Jeon from Hawaii, answer to this. Please watch this film and enjoy…

This is a new section to TheAppWhisperer, we are so proud of all the wonderful artists who are contributing to our new section, ‘TrueView Interviews‘. This is such an exciting area, so many of you are working on more videos right now, we all want to see and hear you, what a joy and privilege it is. Thank you so much.

If you would like to view our previous TrueView Interviews, please go here.

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6 thoughts on “TrueView Interview – “What do Mobile Photographers and/or Mobile Artists expect from their Audiences?” with Diana Nicholette Jeon from Hawaii”

  1. Your comments set me thinking. I love the creativity and fun of your presentation! Thank you for adding something of value to my art consciousness.

    • About the silliness of the video – I was trying to make it fun and different rather than pedantic and obnoxious while still conveying how serious an issue this is to me for my work. I am also happy that you found what I had to say of some value to you. Pat, thank you so much for saying that. It means more than you can imagine.

  2. Okay, I started this video and the dang doorbell rang. So I ran to look out the front window and no one was there. Oh, must’ve slipped under the porch overhang and I couldn’t see. So I come back to the “lab” and you just finished. Okay, start it over and..the doorbell rings. A-Ha, that Diana!!! I’m not kidding, it was our doorbell and the sound was too good in here. Okay long enough on this silliness but I love yours. I love that it was entertaining, the hat was one I had never seen and it was to the point. To the point. Yes, I hate that reaction, too. M-eh? Really??? sigh. I would never put your work in that category.

  3. Deborah, that is a funny story. Thanks for sharing that. I had not envisioned that happening. I guess I should have! And most of all, thank you for telling me the video was NOT boring, and that my work is not “meh.” 🙂

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