Mobile Photography & Art Flickr Group Showcase – 20 August 2017

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Only dedicated circles can give birth to something new‘, a quote by a circle of African wise women, capturing an important lesson in life, engagement starts small and requires a team of committed people. This quote is also functional to TheAppWhisperer and Mobile Photography and Art. Each artist featured in this weeks Mobile Photography and Art Showcase is dedicated and emotionally engaged with the present and future of our art. They are also committed to initiating and implementing all the changes we need to bring about, to move forward. We as a group are willing to respect each other and each others work. TheAppWhisperer is a holding space, for the future of mobile photogrpahy and art, an emotional home for our joint iniative. If you pay attention to somebody, or something, that’s an expression of love. Only when you love, can you do that. Implementing freedom of your own thoughts, is genuine freedom, when you get there, it can be transformative and healing. Pause, connect, create, this is the secret. Enjoy!

If you would like your work to be considered for entry into our weekly Mobile Photography and Art Flickr Group, please submit it to our dedicated group, here.

Many congratulations to the following artists for being featured this week:

Eliza Badoiu, Jill Lian, be.mo.re [hopes], Poetic Medium, Donna Coburn, Ile Mont, Catherine Caddigan, Damian De Souza, Susan Maxwell Schmidt, Montse Abad, Donna Donato, Violet Martins, Giancluca Ricoveri, Linda Hollier, Karen Axelrad, Marianne Rieter, Diewuwke Geervliet, Clare Pickett, Roger Guetta, Barbara Nebel, Clint Cline, before.1st.light – Jane Schultz, luc borell, Lorenka Campos, Trish, Paul Yan, Tricia Dewey, Luison – Lrh Aquieteco, Mimi Svanberg, Eliza Badoiu, Andrea Koerner, Chad Rankin, woltarise, Hotel Midnight – Deborah McMillion, Kate Zari Roberts, TheiPhoneArtGirl – Meri Walker, Clare Pickett, Y F, Vanessa Vox,   Liliana Schwitter, Bob Weil, Suzana Dordea, David Hayes, Gothic Swan, Asif Ahmed, Shel Serkin.

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Mobile Photography/Art Pic of the Day (621) via Instagram

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Here’s day six hundred and twenty one of our mobile photography/art Pic of the Day section via Instagram. Each day we will be selecting one image a day for our Pic of the Day section on Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer.

To ensure your image receives our attention, please upload it to Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer

Today, we congratulate @sakont – Sakont Sangkamee with this breathtaking image.

Please view more of this series of images here.

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Mobile Photography/Art Pic of the Day (619) via Instagram

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Here’s day six hundred and nineteen of our mobile photography/art Pic of the Day section via Instagram. Each day we will be selecting one image a day for our Pic of the Day section on Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer.

To ensure your image receives our attention, please upload it to Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer

Today, we congratulate @imagomimago – Mimi Svanberg with this breathtaking image.

Please view more of his images here.

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Mobile Photography/Art Pic of the Day (618) via Instagram

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Here’s day six hundred and eighteen of our mobile photography/art Pic of the Day section via Instagram. Each day we will be selecting one image a day for our Pic of the Day section on Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer.

To ensure your image receives our attention, please upload it to Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer

Today, we congratulate @michaelhoneggerphotos – Michael Honegger with this breathtaking image.

Please view more of his images here.

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Mobile Photography & Art Flickr Group Showcase – 5 August 2017

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This weeks Mobile Photography and Art showcase offers a diverse spectrum with a common spirit. Artists this week have portrayed turbulence and power with a life-affirming range. It’s unrequited passion, astute with intelligence and emotional complexity. This is a striking performance, enjoy!

If you would like your work to be considered for entry into our weekly Mobile Photography and Art Flickr Group, please submit it to our dedicated group, here.

Many congratulations to the following artists for being featured this week:

Luis Fernandez, Hanni K, Clint Cline, Y F, Jun Yamaguchi, Lorenka Campos, Jo Sullivan, Andy Alexandre, Susan Blase, Jillian2 – Jill Lian, Jonasz Olszewski, Ger van den Elzen, Shel Serkin, Montse Abad, Allyson, Kate Zari Roberts, Myrna, Roger Guetta, Cristina Rossi, Andrea Koerner, Poetic Medium, Hotel Midnight – Deborah McMillion, Dieuwke Geervliet, David Hayes, Catherine Caddigan, Damian De Souza, Linda Hollier, Karen Axelrad, Scott Simpson, Susan Maxwell Schmidt, Syed, Paul Yan, Vittorio Tadiello, Sachchal Islam, Tricia Dewey, Jormain Cady, Clare Pickett.

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Mobile Photography/Art Pic of the Day (617) via Instagram

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Here’s day six hundred and seventeen of our mobile photography/art Pic of the Day section via Instagram. Each day we will be selecting one image a day for our Pic of the Day section on Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer.

To ensure your image receives our attention, please upload it to Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer

Today, we congratulate @emencher – Eric Mencher with this breathtaking image.

Please view more of his images here.

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Mobile Photography – Brand New App -SWRLY Giveaway worth $2.99 each

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There’s a brand new universal (for iPhone and iPad) app on the streets called SWRLY by accomplished BrainFeverMedia app developers. SWRLY is a modern take on the orginal swirly lens, the Petzval, created in 1840 by Josef Petzval – one of the foremost optical physicists of his day. This lens design was one of the first portrait lenses and is characterised by a unique swirly bokeh effect. Many of the earliest photos (daguerreotypes, tintypes, etc) were captured with Petzval lenses.  The characteristic look developed with this app is of course over 170 years old and optical lens design, in general has developed considerably since then but the reason this app is of interest now, is directly due to the distinctive ‘look’ it produces.

Would you like a code to try this app yourself? If so, please join our Twitter followers here, like us on Facebook here  and Instagram here then post a comment to this post (so we can obtain your email address), perhaps you’d like to give us some feedback, tell us how we’re doing, what you’d like to see…and hopefully, we will then be able to send you a code. All winners are selected at random.

SWRLY retails for $/£2.99

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LG Announce New Flagship Smartphone with First to Feature Plastic OLED FullVision Display

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According to circulating rumours, LG the Korean smartphone manufacturer, have been selected to supply the iPhone 8 with an OLED screen. What we do know is that LG have invested $7 billion into OLED production facilties. So, it’s not a huge surprise to hear of LG’s brand new flagship smartphone, announced today, will feature the world’s first smartphone device to feature a plastic OLED FullVision display.

Expertise in OLED has long been a core competency of LG, and the technology has always been seen as a potential value-add for smartphones,” said Juno Cho, president of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “With competition in the global smartphone space fiercer now than ever, we felt that this was the right time to reintroduce OLED displays in our mobile products.

With consumers seeking bigger displays but eschewing larger phones that are uncomfortable to hold in one hand, LG’s FullVision display is a key contributor in the trend toward minimised bezels in smartphones. OLED was simply the next evolution for FullVision displays, delivering incredible quality, vividness and clarity to smartphone visuals. At six inches, the OLED FullVision display will be LG’s largest in four years while the actual body will be smaller than last year’s LG V20. As the upper and lower bezels have been reduced by 20 and 50 percent when compared to the V20, the LG logo has been moved from the bottom of the display to the back of the phone to maximize viewable screen space.

The FullVision display’s immersive and expansive visual experience is enhanced on the 4.15 million pixels of the QHD+ (1440 x 2880) OLED screen. Superb image quality is achieved via emissive OLED technology which reproduces perfect black and colours with greater accuracy across a wider color spectrum. By implementing optimal image algorithms gleaned from years of OLED research and development, visuals on this OLED display deliver 148 percent of the sRGB1 color space for digital images and 109 percent of the DCI-P32 color space for digital cinema. Another intrinsic advantage of OLED technology is operational response time, which is tens of times faster than LCD. This accelerated response time effectively eliminates afterimages, an important consideration for action movies and VR. And with support for HDR10, watching compatible movies and videos on this display offers a whole new eye-opening experience.

And because the screen in the upcoming smartphone will be based on plastic OLED technology – also known as P-OLED – the edges can be curved to allow for a more ergonomic design and a better feel in the hand. P-OLED is created by placing pixels on a plastic substrate which is much stronger than a glass base. What’s more, the display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 that incorporates shatter-resistant technology. Most importantly, using advanced encapsulation and pixel-scanning technology, the burn-in problem that has affected OLED technology in the past has been all but eliminated in the P-OLED technology in LG’s upcoming device. Encapsulation significantly reduces oxidation of the pixels and LG’s pixel-scanning technology allows for less energy to be applied to each pixel, also saving battery power.

 

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