Mobile Photography Intimate Interview with Nayeem Siddiquee aka @jabaznayeem from Bangladesh, South Asia

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Our one hundredth and second interview in this series of intimate interviews is with talented mobile photographer Nayeem Siddiquee, @jabaznayeem on Instagram. Nayeem Siddiquee is known to everyone as “Nayeem Jabaz”. He was born in Chittagong, Bangladesh on 21 June 1995. He started street photography (as a serious hobby) in 2016. In a short time he has become part of the ‘New Wave’ of Bangladesh Street Photographers. He is the editor of the Street Photography Bangladesh magazine which contributes a vital role to the Bangladesh street photography community. He is also the founder of the instagram account Animal in Street. Nayeem’s work is full of his own feelings, emotions, and imaginations which he tries to capture through his camera.

His works have been selected for exhibitions in several countries, including Photo Sofia, Street Photo San Francisco and the International Photography festival.  He has also been featured in several photography blogs, including Break the Circle and International Inter University Photography.  He has been a finalist in various competitions including the Dhaka University Photography Competition. His work has also been Featured  in Eyeshot Magazine and in the 17th issue of the Underdog Magazine.

This is an interview that will inspire you, very different from yesterday’s one with Lisa Cirenza who has been based in London, UK for 20+ and is originally from the US, but common in its belief and breadth of mobile photography. Enjoy!

To read the other published interviews in this series including artists, Adria EllisRino RossiMehmet DuyulmusAlexis RotellaLou Ann Sanford DonahueIrene OleksiukKerry MitchellFiliz AkDale BothaM. Cecilia Sao ThiagoDeborah McMillionRita ColantonioAmy EcenbargerJane SchultzAnca BalajJoyce HarkinArmineh HovanesianKate Zari RobertsVicki CooperPeter WilkinBarbara BramanBecky MenziesSukru Mehmet OmurSarah BichachiMichel PretterklieberAlon GoldsmithJudy Lurie WahlbergAndrea BigiariniSean HayesOola Cristina, Kathleen Magner-Rios Linda Toki, Deb FieldEmilo Nadales, Lydia CassattDavid HayesJean HutterFrederic DeschênesMark SchnidmanFatma KorkutFleur SchimRob Pearson-WrightDieter GaebelJames EllisMarco P PradoJeronimo SanzManuela Matos MonteiroBleu ChemikoManuela BasaldellaStefania PiccioniLuis RodríguezMarilisa Andriani(@mitrydate) Mayte Balcells (@artofmayte), Nicole Christophe, Jennifer GrahamCathrine HalsørPaul ToussaintCarol WiebeJulie Denning, Kim Clayton (@berleyart), Karen MessickSerap UtaşMaryJane RosenfeldPaul SuciuSusan Latty (@pause.and.breathe),John NietoPhyllis ShennyJoy BarryMax Lies DerdonkRita TipuninaViolet MartinsNizzar Ben ChekrouneLynette SheppardPaul-Andre HamelRejane RubinoSusan DetroyRosalie HellerWayman StairsCintia MalhotraAnita ElleJuta JazzCheryl TarrantHanni König   Kaoru Shintaku David Gilbert Jana Curcio, Mary Lorincz Amado Ergana, Francesco Sambati, Philip ParsonsKathryn Garkut Massimo Bortolini  Camilla Crescini Francesca Malagoli Sidonie Petit Dirk FleischmannFiona ChristianAlastair Hooley Juliet Morris Lisa Cirenza and myselfgo here.

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Mobile Photography Intimate Interview with Lisa Cirenza from the US, Currently Living in London, UK

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Our one hundredth and one interview in this series of intimate interviews is with talented mobile photographer and artist, Lisa Cirenza. This is an interview that is so thoroughly inspiring, Cirenza has always had deep trust in her instincts and ingenuity, she has faced and conquered her creative fears, she has asked herself off-piste questions, gathered intelligent, inquisitive, reflective people around her and created the ultimate subconscious artistic landscape, enabling her to live the most inspiring life with art and above all, she stays open. Luckily for me, we’ll get to meet up soon, I’ll fill you in. For now, enjoy!

To read the other published interviews in this series including artists, Adria EllisRino RossiMehmet DuyulmusAlexis RotellaLou Ann Sanford DonahueIrene OleksiukKerry MitchellFiliz AkDale BothaM. Cecilia Sao ThiagoDeborah McMillionRita ColantonioAmy EcenbargerJane SchultzAnca BalajJoyce HarkinArmineh HovanesianKate Zari RobertsVicki CooperPeter WilkinBarbara BramanBecky MenziesSukru Mehmet OmurSarah BichachiMichel PretterklieberAlon GoldsmithJudy Lurie WahlbergAndrea BigiariniSean HayesOola Cristina, Kathleen Magner-Rios Linda Toki, Deb FieldEmilo Nadales, Lydia CassattDavid HayesJean HutterFrederic DeschênesMark SchnidmanFatma KorkutFleur SchimRob Pearson-WrightDieter GaebelJames EllisMarco P PradoJeronimo SanzManuela Matos MonteiroBleu ChemikoManuela BasaldellaStefania PiccioniLuis RodríguezMarilisa Andriani(@mitrydate) Mayte Balcells (@artofmayte), Nicole Christophe, Jennifer GrahamCathrine HalsørPaul ToussaintCarol WiebeJulie Denning, Kim Clayton (@berleyart), Karen MessickSerap UtaşMaryJane RosenfeldPaul SuciuSusan Latty (@pause.and.breathe),John NietoPhyllis ShennyJoy BarryMax Lies DerdonkRita TipuninaViolet MartinsNizzar Ben ChekrouneLynette SheppardPaul-Andre HamelRejane RubinoSusan DetroyRosalie HellerWayman StairsCintia MalhotraAnita ElleJuta JazzCheryl TarrantHanni König   Kaoru Shintaku David Gilbert Jana Curcio, Mary Lorincz Amado Ergana, Francesco Sambati, Philip ParsonsKathryn Garkut Massimo Bortolini  Camilla Crescini Francesca Malagoli Sidonie Petit Dirk FleischmannFiona ChristianAlastair Hooley Juliet Morris and myselfgo here.

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Mobile Photography & Art – Flickr/Instagram Group Showcase – 16 February 2020

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Fatigue with the stress of life, current news, financial worries, sickness, broken relationships, abuse, wreak havoc. As I shot my (medicinal) drug needle miraculously through my fingernail instead of my thigh this week, I know and it hurts but there’s also something called ‘compassion fatigue’ in relation to photography. It is so called when people view vast quantites of shocking images, perhaps photojournalism from a warzone for example and they become muted, to the visual atrocities before their eyes. From as early as the 1980’s ‘compassion fatigue’ was also known as ‘Secondary Traumatic Stress Disorder’, essentially it developed from an excess of compassion. David Campbell, Director of Programs and Outreach at the World Press Photo Foundation, has written a time pressing essay on the subject entitled ‘the dream of photojournalism and the cultural anxiety of images’, I urge you to engage with it. I further researched this subject and was satiated to read, Jeremy Adelman’s, (Henry Charles Lea professor of history and director of the Global History Lab at Princeton University) essay entitled ‘Don’t Look Away’. He said, ‘when Susan Sontag composed her first essay on photography, for Epstein and Silvers, she was thinking about ‘Napalm Girl’. The sight of her agonised face ‘was more memorable than a hundred hours of televised barbarities, it may even,’ she speculated, ‘have done more than anything else to mobilise the anti-War movement.’

In 2020 as we navigate between connection and isolation, company and solitude, know that when you’re creating mobile photography and art you are driving the framentary narrative forward, we can change things, for the better. This weeks carefully curated mobile photography and art showcase gets under your skin and leads the way for the ultimate climax. Enjoy!

If you would like your work to be considered for entry in to our weekly Mobile Photography and Art Flickr Group, please submit it to our dedicated group, here. You can also submit images to our Instagram tag for this section #theappwhisperer.

Many congratulations to the following featured artists this week including:

borisbschulz2009, G Billon, Susan Detroy, Susan Rennie, Jane Schultz, Gianluca Ricoveri, Andy Alexandre, Jill Lian, Rita Colantonio, Candice Railton, Lorenka Campos, Joseph Cyr, Milly M, Jun Yamaguchi, Clare Taylor, j.a graham, Eliza Badoiu, Jenny Pieters, @bortolinimassimo, Ile Mont, Sarah Bichachi, Christine Mignon, Alisa Smith Williams, Amo Passicos, Kim Clayton, Dina Alfasi, Rodolfo Alcaraz, Jean Hutter, Adrian McGarry, Mehmet Duyulmus.

Music this week – ‘Over the Love’ Florence and the Machine

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50%LoveDiscount in our Online Gallery of select Mobile Photography and Art

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This week we’re celebrating our love of mobile photography and art more so than ever. Within our online gallery, we celebrate and represent award-winning mobile photographers and artists. It is a professional online gallery specialising in prints for discerning collectors of unique, previously unseen and not available for sale elsewhere, mobile photography and art. We ship to clients in the UK, US, Europe and Far East. Our customers are a global group of collectors looking for exclusive art to hang in their homes and offices.  We sell signed limited edition photographs of the full realm of genres of mobile photography and art. We ship from London via The Print Space. If you’ve been wondering just how good the quality of our art and prints really are, then take this opportunity to enjoy 50% off throughout the store. We rarely have sales, so please have a look.

Our 50%LoveDiscount code will be automatically applied at checkout and will expire on 21 February 2020.

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with, Anca Balaj, Maria Cecilia de Sao Thiago, Sarah Bichachi, Glenn Homann, Christine O Sobczak, Jill Lian, Jane Schultz, Gianluca Ricoveri, Susan Rennie, Lorenka Campos, Helen Breznik, Paul Suciu, Peter Wilkin, Sean Hayes, Mare Nostrum Exhibition – Sukru Mehmet Omur.

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Mobile MasterPeace with Lynette Sheppard from Hawaii, United States

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We are delighted to publish our fourth Mobile MasterPeace Interview, Lynette Sheppard is a talented and passionate mobile photographer and artist. As I mentioned in our intimate interview with Sheppard, (see here), her work bursts with energy, verve and ardour and there’s a deep rooted vivacity that will stay with you, long after you have had your fill. Enjoy!

To view our previous Mobile MasterPeace interviews with Alexis Rotella M. Cecilia Sao ThiagoSarah Bichachi please go here.

All images ©Lynette Sheppard

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Mobile Photography Intimate Interview with Juliet Morris aka @howtogrowaboy from Brighton, UK

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Our one hundreth interview in this series of intimate interviews is with talented mobile photographer Juliet Morris, you may know her from her popular Instagram account @howtogrowaboy. This is an interview that could not have been more fitting to celebrate our centenary in this series. It includes all the attributes I value, honesty, humour, emotion and stunning imagery. When reading about Morris’ marriage in the question ‘what is the greatest achievement of your life so far?‘, tears poured down my face, I’m emotional at the moment, but even so, I don’t think it will leave many with a dry eye. My favourite images without doubt, are ones, that I have taken the liberty of labelling fig 1 and fig 2. There’s a real raw Sally Mann feel to them and personally, I would love to see more like this. What Morris has, is the ability to articulate her vision in crystal clear luminous language. Enjoy!

To read the other published interviews in this series including artists, Adria EllisRino RossiMehmet DuyulmusAlexis RotellaLou Ann Sanford DonahueIrene OleksiukKerry MitchellFiliz AkDale BothaM. Cecilia Sao ThiagoDeborah McMillionRita ColantonioAmy EcenbargerJane SchultzAnca BalajJoyce HarkinArmineh HovanesianKate Zari RobertsVicki CooperPeter WilkinBarbara BramanBecky MenziesSukru Mehmet OmurSarah BichachiMichel PretterklieberAlon GoldsmithJudy Lurie WahlbergAndrea BigiariniSean HayesOola Cristina, Kathleen Magner-Rios Linda Toki, Deb FieldEmilo Nadales, Lydia CassattDavid HayesJean HutterFrederic DeschênesMark SchnidmanFatma KorkutFleur SchimRob Pearson-WrightDieter GaebelJames EllisMarco P PradoJeronimo SanzManuela Matos MonteiroBleu ChemikoManuela BasaldellaStefania PiccioniLuis RodríguezMarilisa Andriani(@mitrydate) Mayte Balcells (@artofmayte), Nicole Christophe, Jennifer GrahamCathrine HalsørPaul ToussaintCarol WiebeJulie Denning, Kim Clayton (@berleyart), Karen MessickSerap UtaşMaryJane RosenfeldPaul SuciuSusan Latty (@pause.and.breathe),John NietoPhyllis ShennyJoy BarryMax Lies DerdonkRita TipuninaViolet MartinsNizzar Ben ChekrouneLynette SheppardPaul-Andre HamelRejane RubinoSusan DetroyRosalie HellerWayman StairsCintia MalhotraAnita ElleJuta JazzCheryl TarrantHanni König   Kaoru Shintaku David Gilbert Jana Curcio, Mary Lorincz Amado Ergana, Francesco Sambati, Philip ParsonsKathryn Garkut Massimo Bortolini  Camilla Crescini Francesca Malagoli Sidonie Petit Dirk FleischmannFiona Christian, Alastair Hooley and myselfgo here.

 

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Mobile MasterPeace with Sarah Bichachi from Connecticut, United States

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We are delighted to publish our third Mobile MasterPeace Interview, as mentioned in our Sunday Showcase, 26 January 2020. Sarah Bichachi is a talented and passionate mobile photographer and artist. As I mentioned in our intimate interview with Bichachi, (see here), her work encompasses art, love, nature, health and politics. It is a true meditation on the power art has to transform our lives. Enjoy!

To view our previous Mobile MasterPeace interviews with Alexis Rotella M. Cecilia Sao Thiago, please go here.

All images ©Sarah Bichachi

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Mobile Photography Intimate Interview with Alastair Hooley @bigboystair from West Midlands, England, UK

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Our ninety ninth interview in this series of intimate interviews is with talented mobile photographer Alastair Hooley from the West Midlands, England, UK. You may know of his work from his popular Instagram account, @bigboystair. Hooley recently had some of his mobile photography work exhibited in the Lansdowne in Birmingham as part of the ‘Birmingham now, before then’ photography exhibition, curated by @westmidsphotocollective along with 24 other local photographers. As a mobile photographer with just three years experience this is a fabulous accolade and demonstrates his natural raw talent. Enjoy!

To read the other published interviews in this series including artists, Adria EllisRino RossiMehmet DuyulmusAlexis RotellaLou Ann Sanford DonahueIrene OleksiukKerry MitchellFiliz AkDale BothaM. Cecilia Sao ThiagoDeborah McMillionRita ColantonioAmy EcenbargerJane SchultzAnca BalajJoyce HarkinArmineh HovanesianKate Zari RobertsVicki CooperPeter WilkinBarbara BramanBecky MenziesSukru Mehmet OmurSarah BichachiMichel PretterklieberAlon GoldsmithJudy Lurie WahlbergAndrea BigiariniSean HayesOola Cristina, Kathleen Magner-Rios Linda Toki, Deb FieldEmilo Nadales, Lydia CassattDavid HayesJean HutterFrederic DeschênesMark SchnidmanFatma KorkutFleur SchimRob Pearson-WrightDieter GaebelJames EllisMarco P PradoJeronimo SanzManuela Matos MonteiroBleu ChemikoManuela BasaldellaStefania PiccioniLuis RodríguezMarilisa Andriani(@mitrydate) Mayte Balcells (@artofmayte), Nicole Christophe, Jennifer GrahamCathrine HalsørPaul ToussaintCarol WiebeJulie Denning, Kim Clayton (@berleyart), Karen MessickSerap UtaşMaryJane RosenfeldPaul SuciuSusan Latty (@pause.and.breathe),John NietoPhyllis ShennyJoy BarryMax Lies DerdonkRita TipuninaViolet MartinsNizzar Ben ChekrouneLynette SheppardPaul-Andre HamelRejane RubinoSusan DetroyRosalie HellerWayman StairsCintia MalhotraAnita ElleJuta JazzCheryl TarrantHanni König   Kaoru Shintaku David Gilbert Jana Curcio, Mary Lorincz Amado Ergana, Francesco Sambati, Philip ParsonsKathryn Garkut Massimo Bortolini  Camilla Crescini Francesca Malagoli Sidonie Petit Dirk Fleischmann, Fiona Christian, and myselfgo here.

 

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Mobile Photography & Art – ‘Intimate Interview’ with Fiona Christian, from East Sussex, England, UK

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Our ninety eighth interview in this series of interviews is with talented mobile photographer Fiona Christian from East Sussex, England, UK. We decided to launch this new intimate style of interview into TheAppWhisperer – the world’s most popular mobile photography and art website as we feel it is important that our community feel closer to each other. It is this support network that helps us to nurture one another, gain confidence and continue to grow.

Now, this intro is a little easier for me to write because I’m good friends with Fiona and when I think of her, there’s one memory that enduringly warms me. We generally meet at various art exhibitions and share our time and thoughts, usually including a good lunch somewhere. The memory that stays with me though, is one where we were walking down the Cromwell Road, South Kensington, SW7, we were just chatting but how we laughed, we laughed so much and so hard. That’s what good friends do, oh and another thing, she gives the very best hugs, so it’s a real pleasure to include this interview with Fiona and her beautiful art, it helped me to learn a little more about her too. Enjoy!

To read the other published interviews in this series including artists, Adria EllisRino RossiMehmet DuyulmusAlexis RotellaLou Ann Sanford DonahueIrene OleksiukKerry MitchellFiliz AkDale BothaM. Cecilia Sao ThiagoDeborah McMillionRita ColantonioAmy EcenbargerJane SchultzAnca BalajJoyce HarkinArmineh HovanesianKate Zari RobertsVicki CooperPeter WilkinBarbara BramanBecky MenziesSukru Mehmet OmurSarah BichachiMichel PretterklieberAlon GoldsmithJudy Lurie WahlbergAndrea BigiariniSean HayesOola Cristina, Kathleen Magner-Rios Linda Toki, Deb FieldEmilo Nadales, Lydia CassattDavid HayesJean HutterFrederic DeschênesMark SchnidmanFatma KorkutFleur SchimRob Pearson-WrightDieter GaebelJames EllisMarco P PradoJeronimo SanzManuela Matos MonteiroBleu ChemikoManuela BasaldellaStefania PiccioniLuis RodríguezMarilisa Andriani(@mitrydate) Mayte Balcells (@artofmayte), Nicole Christophe, Jennifer GrahamCathrine HalsørPaul ToussaintCarol WiebeJulie Denning, Kim Clayton (@berleyart), Karen MessickSerap UtaşMaryJane RosenfeldPaul SuciuSusan Latty (@pause.and.breathe),John NietoPhyllis ShennyJoy BarryMax Lies DerdonkRita TipuninaViolet MartinsNizzar Ben ChekrouneLynette SheppardPaul-Andre HamelRejane RubinoSusan DetroyRosalie HellerWayman StairsCintia MalhotraAnita ElleJuta JazzCheryl TarrantHanni König   Kaoru Shintaku David Gilbert Jana Curcio, Mary Lorincz Amado Ergana, Francesco Sambati, Philip ParsonsKathryn Garkut Massimo Bortolini  Camilla Crescini Francesca Malagoli Sidonie Petit  Dirk Fleischmann myselfgo here.

All images ©Fiona Christian

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Mobile Photography – There Is A Story Behind Every Person – Portrait of An Artist

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A worldview or world-view is the fundamental cognitive orientation of an individual or society encompassing the whole of the individual’s or society’s knowledge and point of view.  A worldview can include natural philosophy; fundamental, existential, and normative postulates; or themes, values, emotions, and ethics. 

Worldviews are often taken to operate at a conscious level, directly accessible to articulation and discussion, as opposed to existing at a deeper, pre-conscious level, such as the idea of “ground” in Gestalt psychology and media analysis. However, core worldview beliefs are often deeply rooted, and so are only rarely reflected on by individuals, and are brought to the surface only in moments of crises of faith.  — Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worldview

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