Monday 28 May, 2018 is Memorial Day in the United States, a day for others to show respect and appreciation to retired US military, vitally important. It’s also bank holiday Monday in the UK. We decided to honour this special weekend by offering free global shipping of all our professional mobile photography and art prints in our Online Gallery and Print Sales. Our global shipping is extremely competitive anyway, but we can do better than that, so we have.
From right now until midnight 28 May, 2018 (BST), shipping will be free. If you’ve been tempted but haven’t quite taken the plunge yet, go and have a look at what we are offering for sale, we have more and more prints being added regularly. When you make a purchase you’re helping to support not only TheAppWhisperer but also the artist themselves. Please look…
Award wining Mobile Photography, Barbara Nebel from the United States exchanged her DSLR for an iPhone several years ago and her images have chronicled the life and times of her art since then. Nebel captures the most enthralling botanical images mostly in rich explosions of colours, existing somewhere as a dance of colour and interplay of light and shadow. Her floral art subjects often appear to exist in a world of their own, shot from above, their aloneness accentuated by the absence of the usual tropes of flower photography, backdrops, table settings, busy scenes. Artistically and technically brilliant, deploying superb use and understanding of her mobile equipment, post processes, colour and exposure, Nebel’s art is a blessing to any location it is portrayed.
Award winning mobile macro photographer Jill Lian is based in New York, United States. It is clear that Lian is interested in both art and science, as her macro images project the perfect combination of these interests. Her images are aesthetically pleasing whilst unmistakably scientifically captivating. Her work brings light to a whole new world that is so often overlooked, she is fascinated with this micro world full of colours, textures and relief. Not only does Lian find good subjects to photograph, she composes the images so undeniably well that the viewer is eternally gripped.
Mobile Street photographer, Susan Rennie first became interested in photography in the late 1960’s whilst a doctoral student at Columbia University. Spending many an afternoon roaming the galleries of MOMA, photographing viewers looking at the artwork (there were no restrictions on photographing artwork at that time). As she developed these images in her makeshift darkroom, she realised an epiphany. Her images told stories. As a natural story teller from childhood, she had now, by altering the medium, defined the frame to let the story unfold.
Heavily influenced by a wide range of photographers including Lyon, Frank, Arbus, Kertesz and Friedlander. However, it was after taking an eight week master class with Lisette Model, that Rennie was utterly seduced. The Street Photography seed had been planted.
and lots more – take a look
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