Mobile Photography/Art – Pic of the Day (289) – via Instagram – TheAppWhisperer

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Here’s day two hundred and eighty nine of our mobile photography/art Pic of the Day section via Instagram. Each day we will be selecting one image a day for our Pic of the Day section on Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer. Furthermore, each month we will also offer an overall prize to the image that receives the most love.

To ensure your image receives our attention, please upload it to Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer

Today, we congratulate @bluestarflyer with this image.

Please check out his Instagram feed here for more stunning imagery.

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Mobile Photography / Art Tutorial – GeometriCam: Fine control, but to what end?

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We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art tutorial for our reading and viewing pleasure. This time Jobe takes a look at the new app GeometriCam. Read his thoughts as he puts it through its paces (foreword by Joanne Carter). Take it away Jerry…

“Thanks to the exposure given to my tutorials by TheAppWhisperer, I occasionally am contacted by developers who want me to do an article on their new app. Such was the case with this week’s app, GeometriCam, and its developer, Giuseppe Capozzo.

Sometimes I will turn down such requests. I want my articles to come from the same place as the average user of the app, and the average user does not get free apps. I accepted a free copy of GeometriCam, but informed Signore Capozzo that he may not get the review that he expects. As I wrote to him, “I’m not a big fan of turning images into shapes; I haven’t reviewed some of the big ones like Percolator and Trimaginator, and my reviews of XnShape and Part were not glowing.” He was fine with me being honest in my review/tutorial. That’s what I like to see – a developer confident in his or her app.

So let’s take a look”.

GeometriCam retails for $1.99/£1.49 and you can download it here.

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Mobile Photography/Art – Pic of the Day (288) – via Instagram – TheAppWhisperer

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Here’s day two hundred and eighty eight of our mobile photography/art Pic of the Day section via Instagram. Each day we will be selecting one image a day for our Pic of the Day section on Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer. Furthermore, each month we will also offer an overall prize to the image that receives the most love.

To ensure your image receives our attention, please upload it to Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer

Today, we congratulate @eauditalie –  Marina Sersale with this image.

Please check out her Instagram feed here for more stunning imagery.

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APPart – Mobile Art – Pantone Color of the Day – ‘Dusky Orchid’ – TheAppWhisperer

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Many of you have already seen our new segment to our APPart column here at TheAppWhisperer, edited by Bobbi McMurry.

We would like to inspire all mobile artists to create one image a day using the selected colour of Pantone’s ‘Color of the Day’ – see here (we will announce the colour each day). As well a ‘Color of the Day’, Pantone also link that colour with adjectives and/or nouns.

For your information Pantone’s ‘Color of the Day’ was originally created by renowned astrologer Michele Bernhardt – you can read more about her here.  

Today’s Pantone color of the day is ‘Dusky Orchid’ (17-1610) and the accompanying descriptives are ‘Diligent, Attractive and Responsible’. So, we would like to see your creations using this colour in combination with those words, if possible. It’s a challenge after all!

Once you have created your image, please post it to Instagram with the following hashtag #taw_appart_coloroftheday (please don’t forget the underscores). We will view each uploaded image a day and select a winning creation and this will be published to our main website here as well as being featured throughout our vast social media channels.Many of you have already seen our new segment to our APPart column here at TheAppWhisperer, edited by Bobbi McMurry.

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TrueView Interview – Mobile Photography and Art – “What do you Think the Evolving Attitudes are Towards Mobile Photography and Art?” with Brett Chenoweth from the USA

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As you know we are expanding our uber popular TrueView Mobile Photography and Art Interview section with a brand new question – “What do you think the evolving attitudes are towards mobile photography and art?”. Today, we are publishing accomplished mobile photographer and artist Brett Chenoweth from the USA answer to this.

This is a new section to TheAppWhisperer, we are so proud of all the wonderful artists who are contributing to our new section, ‘TrueView Interviews‘ where we ask one singular question to video. This is such an exciting area, so many of you are working on your videos right now, we all want to see and hear you, what a joy and privilege it is. Thank you so much.

Enjoy!

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Mobile Photography/Art – Pic of the Day (287) – via Instagram – TheAppWhisperer

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Here’s day two hundred and eighty seven of our mobile photography/art Pic of the Day section via Instagram. Each day we will be selecting one image a day for our Pic of the Day section on Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer. Furthermore, each month we will also offer an overall prize to the image that receives the most love.

To ensure your image receives our attention, please upload it to Instagram with this hashtag – #theappwhisperer

Today, we congratulate @susantuttle with this image.

Please check out her Instagram feed here for more stunning imagery.

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APPart – Mobile Art – Pantone Color of the Day – ‘Mellow Mauve’ – TheAppWhisperer

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Many of you have already seen our new segment to our APPart column here at TheAppWhisperer, edited by Bobbi McMurry.

We would like to inspire all mobile artists to create one image a day using the selected colour of Pantone’s ‘Color of the Day’ – see here (we will announce the colour each day). As well a ‘Color of the Day’, Pantone also link that colour with adjectives and/or nouns.

For your information Pantone’s ‘Color of the Day’ was originally created by renowned astrologer Michele Bernhardt – you can read more about her here.  

Today’s Pantone color of the day is ‘Mellow Mauve’ (17-1612) and the accompanying descriptives are ‘Spirtual, Idealistic and Intuitive’. So, we would like to see your creations using this colour in combination with those words, if possible. It’s a challenge after all!

Once you have created your image, please post it to Instagram with the following hashtag #taw_appart_coloroftheday (please don’t forget the underscores). We will view each uploaded image a day and select a winning creation and this will be published to our main website here as well as being featured throughout our vast social media channels.Many of you have already seen our new segment to our APPart column here at TheAppWhisperer, edited by Bobbi McMurry.

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Mobile Photography & Art Flickr Group Showcase – 24 January 2016

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This weeks Flickr Group Showcase of mobile photography and art refuses to stay silent. The characters within and behind them slip out of their frames, enticing us to imagine the stories of their lives. It is rare and exciting to find such urgent visual imagery, full of persuasive language and strategies. And it is refreshing to sense that the pull of much of this work derives from artistic living, beyond fear. Art is a crushing chore and a tremendous privilege. Think big, as such this showcase represents another advance in international understanding of mobile photography/art history and aspiration and of course, determinedly through your artists’ eyes.

If you would like your work to be considered for entry into our weekly Mobile Photography and Art flickr group, please submit it to our dedicated group, here. If you would like to view our previous Flickr Group Showcases (please go here).

I hope you all enjoy this as much as I do.  Many congratulations to the following artists for being featured this week:

Ade Santora, Clint Cline, Lorenka Campos, Roger Guetta, Geri Centonze, Maddy McCoy, Gabriel F.W. Koch, Pier Luigi Dodi, Jillian2, Eliza Badoiu, Federica Corbelli, Laura Peischl, David Ingraham, TheiPhoneArtGirl – Meri Walker, Giancarlo Beltrame, Gianluca Ricoveri, Michelle Robinson, Candice Railton, Susan Rennie, mutablend, Jormain Cady, Joseph Cyr, Duy Trinh, Jiri Dvorak, kCe7, Lee Atwell, woltarise, before.1st.light – Jane Schultz, Sandra Becker, Lanie Heller, Carolyn Hall Young, Eliza Badoiu.

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APPart – Mobile Art – Pantone Color of the Day – ‘Blue Surf’ – TheAppWhisperer

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Many of you have already seen our new segment to our APPart column here at TheAppWhisperer, edited by Bobbi McMurry.

We would like to inspire all mobile artists to create one image a day using the selected colour of Pantone’s ‘Color of the Day’ – see here (we will announce the colour each day). As well a ‘Color of the Day’, Pantone also link that colour with adjectives and/or nouns.

For your information Pantone’s ‘Color of the Day’ was originally created by renowned astrologer Michele Bernhardt – you can read more about her here.  

Today’s Pantone color of the day is ‘Blue Surf’ (16-5106) and the accompanying descriptives are ‘Deep Thinker, Serious and Highly Evolved’. So, we would like to see your creations using this colour in combination with those words, if possible. It’s a challenge after all!

Once you have created your image, please post it to Instagram with the following hashtag #taw_appart_coloroftheday (please don’t forget the underscores). We will view each uploaded image a day and select a winning creation and this will be published to our main website here as well as being featured throughout our vast social media channels.Many of you have already seen our new segment to our APPart column here at TheAppWhisperer, edited by Bobbi McMurry.

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Mobile Photography / Art Tutorial – Dreamscope: A Dream Delayed

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We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art tutorial for our reading and viewing pleasure. This time Jobe takes a look at the app Dreamscope and it’s not all favourable. Read his thoughts as he puts it through its paces (foreword by Joanne Carter). Take it away Jerry…

Dreamscope is free and you can download it here.

“Some photo and art apps are processing-intensive, requiring multiple steps to achieve a look. This processing can eat up your battery life. A large portion of a developer’s time can be spent trying to maximize the efficiency of that processing, since nobody wants their device to be in a waiting mode, unable to process anything. Some apps will solve the problem by doing the processing elsewhere: the photo and preset are uploaded, the processing is done on a remote machine, and the results are downloaded. The advantage of this method is that waiting for the processing to be done becomes a background task, so you can flip to another app and browse the web or check emails in the interim. The disadvantage is that file sizes are usually reduced because of the upload/download, and the length of the delay can discourage free experimentation.

I reviewed one such app a couple of years ago: PhotoFunia. For PhotoFunia, the upload, processing, and download functions are quick enough that you can sit and watch them: usually about 20 seconds at the top end. Today’s app, Dreamscope, is in an entirely different realm: the process takes a minimum of three minutes. Three minutes is a lifetime in digital art processing (although I’ve heard other apps in this class can take ten minutes or more). So the question becomes, are the Dreamscope results worth the wait? Let’s take a look”.

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