TrueView Interview – “What do you Think the Evolving Attitudes are Towards Mobile Photography and/or Mobile Art Today?” with Barbara Nebel from California, USA
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 Barbara Nebel from California, 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.
Image – ©Barbara Nebel
Earlier TrueView Interviews
Gizem Karayavuz (second interview)
Lorenka Campos (second interview)
Rob Pearson-Wright (second interview)
Yulia Naganova (second interview)
Armineh Hovanesian (second interview)
Jerry Jobe (Tutorial – how to record your TrueView Interviews)
Dilshad Corleone (second interview)
Brett Chenoweth (third interview)
Susan Rennie (second interview)
Manuela Basaldella (Headattacks Crealitys) – second interview
Mariette Schrijver (second interview)
Edward Santos (second interview)
Dani Salvadori (second interview)
Violet Martins (second interview)
Diana Nicholette Jeon (second interview)
Eliza Badoiu (second interview)
Brett Chenoweth – second interview
Joanne Carter (a tribute to Lorenka Campos)
Manuela Basaldella (Headattacks Crealitys)
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