LA Mobile Arts Festival opens today

Photo by Roger Guetta

If you’re in or near Los Angeles this week, do not miss the Los Angeles Mobile Arts Festival which opens today and runs through Saturday, August 25. With over 600 images from iPhoneographers and other mobile photographers from around the world as well as several installation pieces and workshops, the LAMAF is the largest mobile photography event to date.

We’ve got some photos of the last minute preparations from The Santa Monica Art Studios. Click past the jump for more. >>>

The LA Mobile Arts Festival 2012 is presented by and The Santa Monica Art Studios. The exhibition runs August 18-26, 2012 at the Santa Monica Art Studios. The Opening Gala is tonight, Saturday, August 18 at 7:00pm. The public is invited. Admission is free for the gala and there will be a Kuapay / cash bar.

Click here for the full LAMAF schedule.

Life In LoFi is a media sponsor of the Los Angeles Mobile Arts Festival.

Last Minute Preparations at LA Mobile Arts Festival


Photo by Roger Guetta


Photo by Roger Guetta


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Photo by Roger Guetta


Photo by Roger Guetta


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Marty is a self-employed graphic designer in the Fort Worth/Dallas Metroplex. He is an avid Rangers baseball, Chicago Cubs, Packers and Highbury Arsenal fan. In addition to capturing random moments with whatever camera is close by (usually his iPhone), his other interests include coffee, film, music, and traveling in seats 5E and 5F with his fiancé.
  • @Buddhabydesign

    My work! Woohoo! 2nd image the guy on his knees hanging my photo :) So exciting!!
    So wish I could be in the LA to see this amazing exhibition in person but photos are the next best thing for sure!! :)

  • squishybrain

    Just went today (Tuesday). Very high quality work. Highly recommended. They had one of the galleries decorated in a Post-victorain-haunted-house-steampunk style with the photos mixed in with the furniture and artifacts. Beautifully done and a pleasure to see the works printed instead of on a computer screen.

  • Elmer

    It's almost as if most – if not all – of those were made by people taking up professional portraits. Now, please excuse me as I pick my jaw up off the floor.