We are extremely proud of smartphone photographer Brendan O Se’s recent presentation at the Royal Photographic Society of Thailand. O Se, presented also in Jakarta, Indonesia. His lecture allowed him to share with the audience some of his incredible images and also to express and encourage more artists to create smartphone photographic opportunities in this way, to develop their creativity and of course, their own style. We were also very pleased that he mentioned TheAppWhisperer as one of his main influences and development as a photographer – thank you Brendan.
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I am very happy to mention this new book venture on TheAppWhisperer.com. ARTmobile is an editorial project aimed at publishing, the work of eight talented mobile photographers.
This is a crowd-funding project, under the direction of ulule.com. Participation as a patron in ARTmobile involves not only acquiring the complete book in Instagram format, 21×21 cm, with over 200 pages of high quality, plus prints for the most enthusiast ones, but it also means encouraging artists to accompany them in their process of creation, in their understanding of the art of photography and their vision of contemporary society.
The book will feature works by the following artists:
- Christina Nørdam Andersen (Copenhagen)
- Jeanette Hägglund (Stoccolma)
- Luis Rodríguez (Madrid)
- Marianne Hope (Amsterdam)
- Naomi Meran (Zurigo)
- Niall O’Leary (Londra)
- Sébastian Pélegrin (Parigi)
- Thomas Kakareko (Berlin)
I’m delighted to publish this article on behalf of my friends at the BBC World Service about an incredible mobile photographer called Cillin aka @homelessceo. He visited London a few weeks ago and together they made a 2’00 montage of his voice and his images and have just put this out on the BBC World Service YouTube channel (see below).
Born 30-something years ago in the UK to an Irish mother and a Sri Lankan father, Cillín (pronounced Killeen) is an Australian entrepreneur and Harvard University dropout who spent ten years in Europe (Germany & Switzerland) before moving to his current place of residence in the UAE.
Cillín currently splits his time between a number of bases, including Australia, Hungary, Italy, Sri Lanka, Switzerland and the UAE – which is easier than may seem with 4 nationalities, 3 passports, and 3 companies to run.
Travelling hundreds of thousands of miles every year on business, Cillin known as the “Homeless CEO” spends most of his life on aeroplanes, at airports or in hotels. He takes beautiful, sometimes haunting unfiltered Instagrams on his mobile device and has amassed a dedicated following.
Cillin Perera, Instagrams as the “Homeless CEO” http://instagram.com/homelessceo
Huge congratulations to Rob Pearson-Wright for winning The Terry O’Neill Award Mobile Photography Category yesterday. The Terry O’Neill Award is one of the world’s most respected and leading photography prizes. It attracts thousands of entries every year from around the globe. The distinguished judges offer a unique opportunity to showcase your talent to titans of the industry, many of whom operate in the commercial world and commission work.
Pearson-Wright was interviewed by Eleanor Cunningham on London Live yesterday and you can watch the full interview here.
Take a look at this fabulous KickStarter by Jay Desind, in his own words: “everyday is the culmination of a photographic and artistic odyssey that began when I bought a one way ticket to Singapore. My intent was to travel for about two months and then return home.
I never made it back home.
Over three years later I’ve traveled to over 30 countries and taken over 160,000 photographs. Two books of photography and poetry and an ever expanding audience on social media led me to the idea of producing a quality hard cover book.
This book is over 750 pages of photography and inspirational stories or poetry. Every photo shared in the book was taken and then processed on the iPhone…”.
The target for this project is $15,000, currently Jay has been pledged $735, let’s see if we can help get that up. To find out more about this inspiring project, go here.
Many congratulations to all the artists selected for the NEM Kansas City Exhibition that will take place later on this year – these include Mark Daniels, Andrew Hays, Armineh Hovanesian, Carolyn Hall Young, Davide Capponi, Erika C. Brothers, Federica Corbelli, … Read more
Nico Brons is a very well known and accomplished mobile photographer and in December 2013 he graduated with a Masters Degree of photography with iPhone Art. He graduated from the Photo Academy, the largest and most ambitious establishment to study … Read more
We’re delighted to publish details of this new online mobile photography course by accomplised photographer and author, Susan Tuttle. We have featured Susan’s images several times in our Flickr Group Showcases. Susan’s iPhoneography has won many awards and recognitions from … Read more
I’m so pleased to publish this wonderfully sounding four day Mindfulness and Photography Workshop on behalf of Karen Divine. The event begins on the evening of Thursday May 29th and runs until the afternoon of Sunday 1st June 2014 on … Read more