Mobile Art and Photography That Has Influenced Me – Interview with Catherine Caddigan from the United States

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We are delighted to bring you the third in our brand new  ‘Mobile Art and Photography that has Influenced Me’ series of interviews at TheAppWhisperer. Within this series, we contact well established and highly regarded mobile photographers and artists and ask them a sequence of questions. Each one relates to mobile art and photography that has inveigled and continues to impact them, by other mobile artists throughout the world. Our third interview is with Catherine Caddigan from the USA, enjoy!

In this interview, Caddigan cites work by Clint Cline, Laurie Amerson, Jane Schultz, Roger Guetta, Bronwyn Penn Nesbitt, Susan Rennie, Juta Jazz, Barbara Nebel, Bobbi McMurry, Oola Cristina, Meri Walker, Kate Zari Roberts, klimtt – Cecilia Sao Thiago.

To read others in this series please go here.

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Mobile Art and Photography That Has Influenced Me – Interview with Armineh Hovanesian

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We are delighted to bring you the second in our brand new  ‘Mobile Art and Photography that has Influenced Me’ series of interviews at TheAppWhisperer. Within this series, we contact well established and highly regarded mobile photographers and artists and ask them a sequence of questions. Each one relates to mobile art and photography that has inveigled and continues to impact them, by other mobile artists throughout the world. Our second interview is with Armineh Hovanesian from Glendale, California, USA, enjoy!

In this interview, Hovanesian cites work by Carolyn Hall Young, Susan Tuttle, Vachag, Ile Mont, Robin Robertis, Lorenka Campos and Klimtt – Cecilia Sao Thiago.

To read others in this series please go here.

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Mobile Art and Photography That Has Influenced Me – Interview with Sukru Mehmet Omur

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We are delighted to bring a new series of interviews to #TheAppWhisperer. Within this series, we contact well established and highly regarded mobile photographers and artists and ask them a series of questions. Each one relates to mobile art and photography that has influenced and continues to influence them, by other mobile artists throughout the world. Our first interview is with Sukru Mehmet Omur from Turkey, enjoy!

In this interview, Omur cites work by Clint Cline, Carolyn Hall Young, Teresa Lunt, Jane Schultz and Aylin Argun.

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Top Tips For Capturing Great Mobile Photography Images At Festivals This Summer

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As many of you will be aware, festival season is on the horizon and we are not alone in thinking that they represent fabulous photo opportunities for mobile photographers. We contacted Huawei Ambassador Erik Voake and Huawei European Head of Handset Portfolio and Planning Arne Herkelmann, asking them to share some tips with our readers, … Read moreTop Tips For Capturing Great Mobile Photography Images At Festivals This Summer

Mobile Photography & Art – My Top Five Apps by Susan Detroy from Oregon, United States

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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 selected them. Kicking us off today is highly respected and talented Mobile Artist and Photographer – Susan Detroy from Oregon, United States, take a look! (foreword by Joanne Carter). To read others in this series, please go here.

All images ©Susan Detroy

 

“Creating art with my iPhone, iPad and apps is a wondrous discovery that began a few years ago.

I am pleased to share some of my experience.

My iPhone and iPad app preference can fluctuate based on what I am creating and enjoying. I go through phases of liking apps depending on my current work. I have a number of series I create digitally. I tend to use certain apps for each series.

I have a few favorites I cycled through this year.  I am currently creating iPhone/iPad work making an emerging series I call “River Views,” my “Portrait of a Woman” series, “Flowers I Have Known,” and “The Betsy Chronicles.”

In February 2018 I began noting what apps I am using in my creations. Previously I did not. I realize if I am going to talk about my work, it is helpful to refer to my process including knowing the apps I am using. This was a shift for me as I have been a by-the-seat-of-the-pants/in-the-flow artist, a carry over from my hard copy print transfer and mixed media art”.

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Visualising Mobile Photography and Art Interview with Alexis Rotella from the United States

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Today, we are publishing our twenty fourth visual interview, this time with Alexis Rotella from the United States. Like all good art, Rotella’s work is definitely ambiguous but effervescent with pregnant incident. It reaches us on a metaphorical peripheral perspective, toying with our senses as we gather the context from the sides, to decipher our response. There’s … Read moreVisualising Mobile Photography and Art Interview with Alexis Rotella from the United States

Visualising Mobile Photography and Art Interview with Meri Walker from the United States

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Today, we are publishing our twenty third visual interview, this time with Meri Walker from the United States. Walker’s photographs work together in this visual interview to offer a deeply personal look at her life through the lens of mobile photography. As you travel through the interview, every image invokes a sense of brooding anticipation. Piece by … Read moreVisualising Mobile Photography and Art Interview with Meri Walker from the United States

Visualising Mobile Photography and Art Interview with Joshua Sariñana from the United States

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Today, we are publishing our twenty second visual interview, this time with Joshua Sariñana from the United States. Little does he know (until now), Sariñana is an artist that stimulates me in all the best ways, he is also a neuroscientist from Harvard Medical School. When viewing his work, I like to feel that I am understanding on a deeper level – (disclosure: I studied developmental disorders at University level, so I like to think I have some wisdom…). Neuroscientists have known for many years that humans have an extraordinary ability to encode pictures. We store the ‘essence’ of an image, not just the subject but other specific values. It’s not until you see an image, when those memories spring to mind, that’s known as a ‘passive effect’. On viewing this series of work by Sariñana, each image has its own self-contained story and each photograph highlights the breadth and depth of humanity and natural elements, in his view. Although, apparently, not literally deconstructing the emotions behind each image, I feel that the narratives behind each image, destine space that’s not so much a void but rather, a new destination.

Whether you interact with Sariñana’s images in the way that I do or not, sometimes when we interact with something, it doesn’t always reveal itself immediately but holds close its magic. We have all brushed up against the sublime feeling of wonder though and thus realising suddenly, that we know, we do not know. The quest to find our own blind spots should never stop.

I am so excited about this new Interview section within TheAppWhisperer. A picture speaks a thousand words, so says the English language idiom and as this is a website by and for visual artists, we felt this section was long overdue. We asked a series of mobile photographers and artists ten questions, in text format and we asked them to respond in their very best way, visually and in their own style of photography/art, the results are unique and incredibly exciting.

To read our previously published interviews, with Deborah McMillion, M. Cecilia Sao Thiago, Christine Sobczak, Liliana Schwitter, Armineh Hovanesian, Lorenka Campos, Donna Donato, Eliza Badoiu, Juta Jazz, Susan Rennie, Kate Zari Roberts, Lynette Sheppard, Debara Splendorio, Irene Oleksiuk, Davide Capponi, Vanessa Vox, Amanda Parker, Clint Cline, Christine Mignon, Bonobo Stone and Jerry Jobe please go here.

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Visualising Mobile Photography and Art Interview with Jerry Jobe from the United States

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Today, we are publishing our twenty first visual interview, this time with Jerry Jobe from the United States. Jobe creates a compelling and abstract utopia in this series of works for our visualisation interview. Rich in colour, the images are sensuous, drawing us into the illusion of abstraction. Each image collides and rhymes in intensity as they shout out his answers. Fragments of his own body, appear with full force and meaning. The overall effect is actually a fully achieved work in which the forms of images, meld and interlace into an exotic whole. 

I am so excited about this new Interview section within TheAppWhisperer. A picture speaks a thousand words, so says the English language idiom and as this is a website by and for visual artists, we felt this section was long overdue. We asked a series of mobile photographers and artists ten questions, in text format and we asked them to respond in their very best way, visually and in their own style of photography/art, the results are unique and incredibly exciting.

To read our previously published interviews, with Deborah McMillion, M. Cecilia Sao Thiago, Christine Sobczak, Liliana Schwitter, Armineh Hovanesian, Lorenka Campos, Donna Donato, Eliza Badoiu, Juta Jazz, Susan Rennie, Kate Zari Roberts, Lynette Sheppard, Debara Splendorio, Irene Oleksiuk, Davide Capponi, Vanessa Vox, Amanda Parker, Clint Cline, Christine Mignon and Bonobo Stone please go here.

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Visualising Mobile Photography and Art Interview with Bonobo Stone from Canada

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Today, we are publishing our twentieth visual interview, this time with Bonobo Stone from Canada. There’s almost an obsessional chemistry in Stone’s art, romanticised mythical beings plunged into epic confrontations and transformations with full force. There’s a through-line of emotion in his work, gravitating towards the light with an illusion delivering a narrative of the vapidity of … Read moreVisualising Mobile Photography and Art Interview with Bonobo Stone from Canada

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