Mobile Photography / Art New Year Resolutions 2017 From Around The World

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When we think of a new year, we sometimes think of a fresh start and with that, our minds start racing with ways to improve on what we did last year. Sometimes, New Year Resolutions are ambitious, sometimes less so … Read more

Mobile Photography / Art New Year Resolutions 2016 From Around The World

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New Year Resolutions have a long history, the Babylonians pledged to return borrowed objects and repay their debts at the start of each year, while the Romans kicked off January by making a vow to the god Janus (from whom the month takes its name).

As we have been repeating and updating this featured article now for several years, many artists have looked back and lamented at their broken promises but also as you read, you will see that many rejoice at the acomplishments that they have achieved.

In assessing my goals for the New Year, I don’t list tasks, I analyze the optimal approaches in reaching those goals, breaking them down into steps. I think we need to challenge ourselves – to stretch, purposefully, beyond our comfort zones. I make a plan, which includes a roadmap to consciously pursuing new ideas, and discovering possibilities. Each step forward, into unknown territory, emboldens us.

In 2015, I have watched us all grow, creatively, exponentially, in part because we build on a collective intelligence. Having a context, and a community, helps us know ourselves, better.

I’m excited to think of what you each will bring to this New Year. We have shared great energy, camaraderie, encouragement, information, and imagery. We have connected, mourned each other’s losses, and celebrated our victories, large and small, together.

Many thanks to our international community, to all those who have submitted artwork to TheAppWhisperer project, commented on articles, and spread the word about mobile artistry. Thank you to the extraordinary group of features editors who volunteer their efforts and expertise to make TheAppWhisperer a rich and diverse resource. As always, I am grateful for your friendship and support. You move me.

I would like to thank all the artists who have participated our New Years Resolution project this year. Everyone enjoys reading and learning more about you all and it’s a wonderful opportunity to share and rejoice in all your achievements and of course, to bathe in your glorious art.

Thank you, Allyson Marie, Andrea Brigiarini, Sylvia DeVoss, Marian Rubin, Marguerite Khoury, Alejandro Cendan Rodriguez, Illse Harris, Gianluca Ricoveri, Giulia Baita, Jaime Glasser, Albion Harrison-Naish, Maria Thiago, Ile Mont, Wanphen Sangkamee, Brendan O Se, Teri Lou Dantzler, Gizem Karayavuz, Maria Flourou, Bonobo Stone, Dani Salvadori, Jay Desind, Louise Whiting, Lee Atwell, Ale De Gangi, Jill Lian, Patricia Januszkiewicz, Carolyn Hall Young, Kerryn Benbow, Petyr Campos, Robi Gallardo, Kate Zari Roberts, Lisa Waddell, Deborah McMillion, Cindy Buske, Eliza Badoiu, Susan Tuttle, Ioannis Sidiropoulos, Michel Pretterklieber, Cheryl A Townsend, Elaina Wilcox, Michelle Robinson, Fiona Christian, Andrew Proudlove, Matthew Kayden, Candice Railton, Paul Brown, Brett Chenoweth, Meri Walker, Janine Graf, Ocean Morisset, Amy Leibrand, Karen Divine, Leinaala Mitchell Art, Jane Schultz,  Andrew B White, Juta Jazz, Robin Sacknoff, Vanessa Vox, Yulia Naganova, Alix Carmichele, Jim Perdue, Yoni Mayeri, Tommy Vee, Angie Lambert, Martin Durr, Riel Noir, Cecily Caceu, Ed Kriner, Cathrine Halsor, Dilshad Corleone, Diana Nicholette Jeon, Rad Drew, Rob Pearson-Wright, Gina Costa, Marianne Rieter, Gillia Brodie, Karen Axelrad, Christine O Sobczak, Mariette Schrijver, Claude Panneton, Lanie Heller, Bobbi McMurry, Tania Konnerth, Constance Rosethnal, Tina Rice,  Lrh Arquitecto​, Paula Broom​ Carlos Austin​ Armineh Hovanesian​ Hovanesian, Yoni Mayeri​, Ginger Lucero​, Mandolina Moon​, Jennifer A Thomas​, Jackson Mah​, Shirley Drevich​, Erika C. Brothers​, Lorenka Campos​, Isabella Matthews​, Bonny Breddels​, Maurizio Zanetti​, Keisuke Takahashi​, Mehmet Omur, Elsa Brenner​ and Jo Jo​.

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Mobile Photography Interview with Amy Leibrand – ‘Confrontational Story-Telling’

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As many of you will know, among the assortment of hats that I wear, writing for the BBC and Vogue, I am also Contributing Editor to LensCulture.  I have a brand new interview in the works, which will be published soon and in the meantime, with kind permission of LensCulture, I will be republishing my work to our beloved TheAppWhisperer website – the most popular mobile photography and art site in the world. You can view the original post on LensCulture here.

Last week I published Lee Atwell’s ‘Angels in Streets’ interview, if you missed that, please go here. Today, I am publishing ‘Bursting the Bounds of (Mobile) Photography’, with Amy Leibrand .  I hope you enjoy this, Leibrand’s work is stunning. To view it on LensCulture, go here.

“I’m always looking for something to exaggerate, oversized lips or legs or the absence of flesh in a portrait. Some sort of odd composition or feature to make the viewer stop, take notice and (most importantly), ask questions.”

—Amy Leibrand in conversation with LensCulture Contributing Editor, Joanne Carter

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My Latest LensCulture Article Published with Amy Leibrand

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Fabulous! I am delighted to announce that my latest article as Contributing Editor for LensCulture has just been published. This time I interviewed Amy Leibrand about her stunning mobile photography.

“I’m always looking for something to exaggerate, oversized lips or legs or the absence of flesh in a portrait. Some sort of odd composition or feature to make the viewer stop, take notice and (most importantly), ask questions.”

—Amy Leibrand in conversation with LensCulture Contributing Editor, Joanne Carter

“Leibrand’s world exploded when she was introduced to the work of Kristamas Klousch and Francesca Woodman. Both of these photographers’ work is dark, sensual and often provocative. It appealed to Leibrand not just on a visual level but also an emotional one…”

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Mobile Photography Interview – A Day In The Life of Amy Leibrand – An Incredibly Talented And Fabulous Photo Manipulator

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Welcome to our very exciting interview column on theappwhisperer.com. This section entitled “A Day in the Life of…” is where we take a look at some hugely influential, interesting and accomplished individuals in the mobile photography and art world… people … Read more

Mobile Camera Club – Opening of the first 3.0 gallery Paris, March 6 2014

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We are very excited to bring you news that the Mobile Camera Club gallery will host the second edition of Mobile Photo Paris from March 6 to March 29 2014. One exhibition, two openings: Thursday, March 6 2014 from 6 … Read more

Mobile Camera Club – Opening of the first 3.0 gallery Paris, March 6 2014

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We are very excited to bring you news that the Mobile Camera Club gallery will host the second edition of Mobile Photo Paris from March 6 to March 29 2014. One exhibition, two openings: Thursday, March 6 2014 from 6 … Read more

Mobile Photography New Year Resolutions From Around The World – Part 1!

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At the beginning of the year it’s traditional to make a promise to oneself to improve in some way, this could be to improve finances, improve education, improve mental health, improve physical health and so on. We wanted to speak … Read more

BackLight Magazine Issue No 6 – Featuring Mobile Photographers

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Blacklight Magazine Issue 6 is now available with 90 pages featuring the art of twenty nine talented photographers on one theme ‘Crazy’. There are also phototalks, best of Tribegram, lightpainting 101, double exposure and more. We are particularly delighted to … Read more

Flickr Group Showcase – January 27, 2013 – Mobile Photography & Imagery

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We have put together another very special Flickr group showcase , our fourth of 2013 with some of our favorite images submitted this week. The quality of submissions continues to rise every week, so we have decided to make our … Read more

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