Experience the picturesque landscapes of Cape Cod with Jack Hollingsworth as he guides you through the ins and outs of iPhone Photography all the while capturing breathtaking scenes Cape Cod has to offer during it’s fall harvest.
The Mobile Photo Awards in conjunction with Australia based, Obscura Gallery, have set up an open call for your mobile photography and mobile artistry. This means all mobile devices are […]
It’s here, the newest digital magazine dedicated to iPhone photography and art, iPhotographer Magazine. It has been six long months in the making, but KB of P1xels and associates are […]
The fine folks at iProLens are currently holding a pretty sweet contest. Enter for your chance at some awesome prizes! Details below
Camera in iOS 7 puts all your shooting formats — still, video, panorama, and now square — front and center. With a swipe, you can capture what you want the way you want.1 Fast. And new filters let you do even more with each image. Give it a retro feel. Dial up the contrast. Or go black and white. Artistic license is all yours.
My dear friend Susan (@susantuttle ) is holding a #contest on Instagram for a chance at being published in a real life book!
Have you logged in to Flickr lately? Well, if you haven’t you’re in for a quite a surprise.
On April 28th The iPhoneographer’s Network sent out an email altering users it would be closing up shop.
Run by the founders of iPhoneography.com and LifeInLoFi.com found the failed social experiment too costly to maintain. Ning, the service provider, hacked up prices “which is all but 3x the original sign-up costs.”
A number of months ago I was approached to do some guest writing for a new and yet to be released iPad magazine. Well that magazine is now live […]
SHOOTER Magazine is holding a contest for the cover of their 3rd issue. The theme is “Carnival.” Be apart of this unique opportunity to grace the cover of first ever […]
From March 16 – 26, 2013, CS Gallery in Columbus, Ohio will play host to EXPOSURE: A Mobile Photography Exhibition, showcasing the work of 60 artists — local and global […]
…Coming Soon in April.