Mobile Photography – A Picture’s Worth with Anette Schmitz-Millrath

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A Picture’s Worth‘… is where we ask mobile photographers that have created powerful mobile photography/art to explain the processes they took. This includes their initial thoughts as to what they wanted to create, why they wanted to create it, how they created it, including all apps used and what they wanted to convey. We also ask these incredible artists to explain their emotions and how the image projects those feelings. We have published a few A Picture’s Worth articles recently, if you have missed those – please go here.

In this A Picture’s Worth today we asked Anette Schmitz-Millrath to tell us more about her image ‘Co-operation’, one that we included in a recent Flickr Group Showcase. Schmitz-Millrath has detailed her thoughts below, I’m quite sure you will enjoy learning more about this image.

 

“It only took a little to infect me with mobile art nine months ago and it felt magically surprising to enter the space of what’s called “the flow” everywhere I go.

I have a passion for the 19th century and steampunk-era as well hence I have a number of such images in my camera roll. I love mixing styles and so I often incorporate additional elements from science or nature to build surreal worlds.

As the entry point to “cooperation” I shot a drawing from a book by M. C. Waldrep which offers many illustrations of that style.

I always choose pictures to work with by intuition.

From the moment I saw the original image I had a special relationship to that illustration of a man. It is untitled and no information is offered. I called him John and this is my first cooperation with John in iphoneography.

John is an individual, mysterious precursor of a series I want to start. I don’t know him very well, but I come to learn more and more about him… 🙂

At first the original image was distressed, then mirrored with Orange Camera – which was the key to a huge transformation of this fellow.

An already blended nature shot was added in Union and I superimposed some geometric forms. The last edit I did in Snapseed to evoke some deeper vintage sentiment.

Yea, the process sounds somewhat technically, but I feel it wasn’t 🙂

The above mentioned flow struck me from the beginning. The picture evolved by itself.

It even took me quite some time to get together which apps I used in what sequence to create it.

Basically that’s it: I intuitively pick a source image *then some magic* et voilà!

John – I was delighted to make your acquaintance! And thank you for being so cooperative.

Apps used:

 

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Flickr Group Showcase – 30 November 2014 – TheAppWhisperer.com

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It’s been another totally incredibly week for mobile photography and art as evidenced here in our curated showcase via our Flickr Group.  Completely and utterly fabulous work, I hope you all enjoy this as much as I do.

If you would like to be considered for our weekly Flickr Group Showcase, please upload your images to our dedicated Flickr group, for this section, here

With many thanks to our Flickr Group Showcase Sponsors – Olloclip.com

Each image can be viewed on Flickr by clicking on the relevant artist below:

dr pajchiwo, Carolyn Hall Young, Sheldon Serkin, Yannick Brice, Occhio Privado, Philippe Schlossberg, Mary Magdalen, CaffeineG, Juta Jazz, Margherita Maniscalco, Garry Ryon, Marco Lamberto, Roger Guetta, Lusion, Keisuke Takahashi, Waldemar Blazej Nowak, Stephen Weaver, Roger Guetta, Lorenka Campos, mutablend, Kristie, borisbschulz2009, Wayne Greer, Ross Mannion, Alan Kastner, Vadim Demjianov, ArtsySF©Marjie, Armineh Hovanesian, Cara Gallardo Weil, Brendan O Se, Mary Fennell, Ade Santora, Federica Corbelli, Pascale G, Beezz_, Cristian Margarita, James Ephraums, Andrew Lucchesi, Lynette Jackson, Alan Kastner, Elsa Brenner, Lee Atwell, Ralf Παῦλος, livenotoevil, Cattis C, Gianluca Ricoveri, Takahumi Nakano, Lisa Waddell, Kristie, Waldemar Błażej Nowak, Adam Oczkos, Anette Schmitz-Millrath, woltarise, Riamolde, Meri Walker, Susan Blase

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The Guetta Fringe – Halloween Mobile Photography and Art Special!

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We’re delighted to publish this video and poem to Roger Guetta’s wonderful The Guetta Fringe Column.  Roger created a fabulous Facebook Group especially for mobile photography and art Halloween creations and we have selected some images from that to create this video. We hope you enjoy it as well as the poetry.

Many thanks to all the contributors to this video including:  Rachel Loomis, Carolyn Hall Young, Roger Guetta, Dominque Torrent, Meri Walker, Benamon Tame, Yannick Brice, Antonio Mojica, Andrew Lucchesl, Rob DePaolo, Andrea Bigianni, Jo Sullivan, Anette Schmitz-Millrath, Robert Rozier, Julien Revellion, Kristina Ruckova, Jennifer Bracewell, Elaina Wilcox, Maura Shine, Giancarlo Beltrame, Yannick Brice, Paul Toussaint, Marsha Estes, Brett Chenoweth, Giulia Baita, Cynthia Westover, Aldo Pacheco, Armineh Hovanesian, Hulijorestreskechentrech Bliraoginom, Davide Capponi, Liz Grilli, Federica Corbelli, Benamon Tame, Kim Martino-Diaz, Maura Shine, Rob DePaolo, James Clarke, Revue Métèque, Christine Heron, Natali Prosvetova, Rino Rossi, Andrea Koerner, Adrienne Parks, Shea McJagger, Steffi J Keenan, Gloria Arianna Giglloli, Lanie Heller, Rudy Vogel, Tracy Michell Griggs, Fiona Christian, Alon Goldsmith, Shirley Drevich, Emily Rose, Janine Graf, Jessy Cooper, Diane Sebo Powers, Rosanna Cappiello, Laura Towers, Cat Morris, Catherine Restivo, Lene Basma Horsnell

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