Something Different and Very Interesting – ‘Mobile’ Photography with Volvo and Photojournalist Barbara Davidson

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This is completely fascinating, at least to me and I like to think that it will be to our readers too. Barbara Davidson is a photojournalist with three Pulitzer Prizes to her name. She was asked by Volvo to test the new on-board Volvo XC60’s camera and sensors. The XC60 is a car that I personally adore, it has proven itself in so many ways and not least with Davidson herself, having survived a horrific car accident in one. With that in mind, she has created an incredible photo story promoting the brand through her art. She utilised the XC60 by composing a series of images, exploring the relationship between cars and humans and it is really unique. This is actually the world’s first photoshoot using a car as a camera and in many ways, typifies the ‘mobile’ element in Mobile Photography. These images were exhibited at Canvas Studios in Shoreditch, London and will be exhibited to other countries throughout this year.

Please take a look at this video, you do not have to be interested in cars, the Volvo brand or anything to do with that, to appreciate the art, statement and photo story that Davidson has created here. I am very proud of her.

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Personal Mobile Photo Story with ‎Marguerite Khoury

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“Contentment with who we are allows us to be free of the pressure to stay everlasting young.  Believing that time and ageing can be stopped, is a fairy tale. One of the many benefits of ageing is wisdom and the … Read more

Mobile Photography Essays – Show Us Yours!

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We have a dedicated column at TheAppWhisperer, edited by Meri Walker and Gina Costa to mobile photography essays/stories. We would love to see yours! There are various ways you can contribute to this section and we have detailed those in our post here. One way, that you may find particularly simple is by using the app Steller, free to download and use. We can then directly input your stories into our posts, such as the one we have featured below by Stef LePape – Sanikdote. When you create your story in Steller, please add this hashtag #theappwhisperer – then we will be able to locate it with ease.

For more story ideas and tips, please see our post here and here.

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Mobile Photo Essay – Gina Costa Wins First Prize Award

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I am very proud of our co-editor Gina Costa (along with Meri Walker) for taking the first prize of the Latin American Mobile Photography Exhibition Award for her photo essay on the theme of memory, decay and beauty.

The Latin American Mobile Photo Festival and Awards Exhibits are on display now until 24 July 2016.

To find out more about this incredible event, please go here.

Please note that we are accepting your mobile photo essays for features on TheAppWhisperer.com. Please go here to visit our FB forum and here, to visit our website Column for this section.

 

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Meri Walker Joins TheAppWhisperer As Co-Editor of Mobile Photo Essays Column

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I am delighted to announce that Meri Walker (iPhoneArtGirl) has officially joined TheAppWhisperer as co-editor of our Mobile Photo Essays column, accompanying our established Editor, Gina Costa.  Walker has the experience and knowledge that we desire and relish within Mobile Photography and Art and her continued participation and dedication to Mobile Photo Stories has not gone unnoticed. We wanted to bring her on board in order to work with Costa, to expand our audience and bring greater knowledge and participation to all of you.

Mobile Photo Essays are very dear to my heart, they are expressive, expansive and speak a universal language. We want to encourage you to submit your photo essays to us for publication. We appreciate that many of you are hesitant to focus on mobile photography essays and we want to help you break through your fear.  There are many ways you can structure your photo story, I have detailed some tips below.  

We suggest that you use the app Stellar and the hashtag #theappwhisperer, so we can find them. I have embedded one of Walker’s most recent Mobile Photo Essays, via Stellar, to demonstrate how we can feature yours too.

TheAppWhisperer is growing at a phenomenal rate and trying to include as much unique content and variety from the mobile photography and art world as our readers can possibly digest, you really don’t need to go anywhere else!  I have some more exciting news to announce shortly, stand by for that!

Please join us in warmly welcoming Meri Walker to the TheAppWhisperer family. Welcome to you, it feels so good to have you join us Meri! You can read a little more about Meri below.

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Mobile Photography Essays with Benjamin Lowy – TheAppWhisperer

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As many of our regular readers will know, we have a special column entitled ‘Mobile Photo Essays‘ and edited by Gina Costa, go here to see that.  We also have a dedicated Facebook group for this column, see here.  We would really like to see more of your mobile photography essays added to our groups. There’s a wonderful photo story telling app that may help you with your process, it’s called Storehouse – Visual Storytelling and it’s free to download here. We have linked here to the first Storehouse photo story by well known American Photojournalist Benjamin Lowy for your to enjoy.

Please follow us on Storehouse here, and send us your mobile photography stories, we would love to feature them!

 

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Mobile Photo Essay – Día de los Muertos by Gina Costa

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We are delighted to publish this totally fabulous mobile photo essay by Gina Costa. As this is a very spooky weekend, Gina has written topically about  Día de los Muertos – the Day of the Dead! Don’t miss this (foreword by Joanne Carter).

 

 

“I want to introduce readers to an important celebration which parallels the Western World’s Halloween tradition and is becoming ever more popular in parts of the globe: the “Day of the Dead” (Spanish: Día de los Muertos).

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Mobile Photo Essays – New Column On TheAppWhisperer!

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We are delighted to announce a brand new Column on theappwhisperer.com entitled ‘Mobile Photo Essays’. This Column will be edited by multi talented and highly qualified Gina Costa (a museum curator and lecturer on 20th century art and photography) and will include … Read more

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