New Apple iPhone X or iPhone 8/Plus – Which Should You Buy As An Mobile Photographer?

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Our readership here at TheAppWhisperer.com are predominately preoccupied with smartphones as photographic devices and rightly so. The artists that we represent are some of the very best mobile photographers in the world. So the question on everyone’s mind, after the Apple keynote yesterday, is should I upgrade and which model should I upgrade to? With more choice than ever, this is by no means an easy question, we consider the key points below:

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Mobile Photography / Art – Deco Sketch is Back and Better

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For over four years Deco Sketch has languish in app obscurity but now it is back. Developer Ben Guerrette has revitalised Deco Sketch and there’s more to come. Sporting a new and highly motivated work force, Deco Sketch is primed … Read more

Mobile Photography – 8mm – Free This Week

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For a limited time only 8mm is the free App of the Week in the iTunes store, it usually retails for $1.99 (in-app purchases are sold separately). 8mm Vintage Camera captures the beauty and magic of old school vintage movies right through your viewfinder. Dust and scratches, retro colors, flickering, light leaks, even frame shakes, all can be instantly added with a single tap of the finger. Also, check out the video below, after running out of money, director Malik Bendjelloul finished shooting the Oscar nominated documentary ‘Searching For Sugar Man’ with this app.

To give it a whirl on your iPad go here

To give it a whirl on your iPhone go here

(nb: this app was free at the time of this notice going to press)

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Mobile Photography & Art – My Top Five Post Processing Apps’ by Philippe Schlossberg

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We are revitalising our Top Five Apps section to our Photo App Lounge column. This a section within TheAppWhisperer where we ask highly accomplished mobile photographers and artists to list their top five apps and to explain why they have … Read more

Mobile Photography & Art – ‘My Top Five Apps’ by Laurie Amerson from Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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We are revitalising our Top Five Apps section to our Photo App Lounge column. This a section within TheAppWhisperer where we ask highly accomplished mobile photographers and artists to list their top five apps and to explain why they have … Read more

New 12.9″ & 10.5″ Apple iPad Review – From an Art Perspective by Susan Murtaugh from Wisconsin, US

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We are so proud and delighted to publish this thoroughly non technical but utterly intelligent, astute and well-informed iPad review by a remarkably talented iPad Artist, Susan Murtaugh from Two Rivers, Wisconsin, US, an artist whom we admire so much. Murtaugh purchased the brand new Apple  iPad 12.9″ and 10.5″ this week, these are her thoughts and conclusions. To my mind, these are the most relevant and important reviews artists’ can read – enjoy!

 

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Impossible 1-1 Analog Instant Camera

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We have a longstanding relationship with Impossible, going back many years. They have a new(ish) camera out, their third generation that works directly with iOS and Android apps. Take a look…

It lets you do more with instant photography than was ever before possible. Take full manual control over shutter speed and aperture to make beautiful analog photos in all conditions, or experiment with fun creative tools like light paint and double exposure. The camera’s innovatively engineered ring flash, meanwhile, provides a diffused light that’s perfect for portraits.

Retails for £296.99 with three packs of film – buy here

  • Works with: Impossible I-type and 600 type film
  • Connects to the free I-1 App via Bluetooth. App features include remote trigger, self timer, noise trigger, double exposure, light paint, color paint, aperture & shutter speed adjustment and photo scanner.
  • Advanced ring flash, adapts to ambient light
  • The only new camera for the original Polaroid format.
  • Compatible with devices running latest versions of iOS and Android.

If you missed our previous ‘Impossible’ Interviews, please go here.

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My Latest Vogue Column Feature Article Published with Photographer Niko Giovanni Coniglio

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So excited! My latest Vogue interview has just been published, this time I interviewed Niko Giovanni Coniglio.  Conigilio is an extremely talented photographer and I adore his work. “Tuscany-based photographer Niko Giovanni Coniglio (1987) has developed a portraiture oeuvre rooted in his quest to establish and deepen his relationship with his mother. His latest series of work, ”Daniela, Portrait of my Mother” includes photographs of her naked body and looks to the complexity of their relationship.  This series shows Coniglio’s mother over a long period of time and it is one of continuum, he describes it as a ‘life project’”.

Please read more of this interview, here.  My column at Vogue looks at the philosophy of the photographer as well as their incredible portfolios.

Read the whole article here

 

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