Mobile Photography & Art – My Top Five Apps by David Hayes from Milford, Ohio, United States


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 accomplished and highly respected mobile photographer and artist David Hayes from Milford, Ohio, United States.  Hayes used to be a major editor to TheAppWhisperer and we miss him very much, but viewing his photographs and reading his fine words, we can tell that his time away, has been very well spent. We hope one day he will return to us, he knows the door is held firmly open. For now, though, please familiarise yourselves with this wonderful author and artist’s work as follows… (foreword by Joanne Carter)

“Hello everyone! It’s been awhile since I had a chance to write for The AppWhisperer so I’m excited to have this chance to share with you my “Top Five Apps”!

When I wrote a regular column for The AppWhisperer I truly was an app junkie. If there was a new app I had to have it! In time my iPhone and iPad were filled with hundreds of apps…most of which I only used once or twice. Didn’t matter…had to have them! Now days I have slimmed this number down considerably so much so that picking 5 apps was easy. The quality and scope of apps today has increased dramatically as of late that one doesn’t need that many to be able to create dynamite images! My go-to-top-5-apps include Photoshop Express, Handy Photo, Stackables, Distressed FX, and Snapseed. Let’s go through my typical workflow to see how I might use each of these apps!”

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Mobile Photography – A Picture’s Worth with Rob DePaolo


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 Rob DePaolo to tell us more about his image ‘Doing Nothing, Going Nowhere’. DePaolo has detailed his thoughts below, we think you’ll find this invaluable…

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Streets Ahead Interview: Shayna Schulman – Mobile Street Photography


This week, the Women’s Mobile Street Photography Collective (Streets Ahead) is pleased and honoured to feature Shayna Schulman in our interview segment. Many of you may know Shayna as ‘WitChiWotcha’ on Flickr. Her street photography frequently catches our attention. She … Read more

iOS Photography Tutorial – ‘Tune in and Drop out: Eliminating a plain black or white background’ by Jerry Jobe


We’re delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest technical tutorial here today.  This week Jerry explains the intricacies of creating composites with your iOS photo editing device, don’t miss this…(foreword by Joanne Carter). “Sooner or later, we all want to create … Read more

Mobile Photographer Interview – A Day In The Life of Alex Visage – A Very ‘Fashionable’ Mobile Photographer


Welcome to our very exciting interview column on 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

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