Over the weekend, Life In LoFi made one of Mashable’s “10 Essential” lists. In a recent post, Life In LoFi is considered one of the 10 essential iPhoneography websites by Mashable.
iPhone photography is a growing medium, akin to Lomography in its cult status and the way it champions light-hearted, lo-fi, everyday shooting and off-beat effects.
Like any good burgeoning artistic movement there are already a bunch of brilliant online resources aimed at iPhone photographers offering great galleries, talent showcases, app reviews, exhibition news and more.
Thank you, Mashable. It’s an honor to be included among Knox Bronson’s Pixels – The Art of the iPhone, Glyn Evans’ iPhoneography blog, iPhoneArt.com, EYEEM, Edgar Cuevas’ iPhoneogenic, and several other great websites. I’m in regular contact with nearly all of the webmasters of the listed sites. It’s good to see that the work we are all doing is being recognized. It’s also nice to see more and more larger outlets covering iPhoneography, especially as the art form grows.
Click here for the full story on Mashable.com.
(Thanks to Stacy Anderson for the heads up on this one!)