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An excellent behind-the-scenes look at photographer Brad Mangin’s upcoming six-page Sports Illustrated spread that was shot with an iPhone and processed using only iOS apps.
Here’s a link to a great story and interview with conflict photographer Ben Lowy over on Storyboard. It’s a great read and Lowy’s photography is powerful, sometimes funny, sometimes a little unnerving.
The first episode of the new web-only talk show iPhoneographers Talk is online now. The show is hosted by Guy Yang from The Beginners Lens and Commercial Photographer/iPhoneographer Jack Hollingsworth.
Digital Photography Review recently posted a good basic introduction to square format photography. It gives a brief history of the format as it relates to photography, as well as some good image composition theory.
Since posting screenshots of my iPhone 4S on my most recent “My Camera Bag”, I’ve had several requests about the Blueprint background wallpaper I use on my iPhone. While not iPhoneography-related, I’m sharing it here.
Check out Photojojo’s new Tumblr blog, Photojojo (hearts) Phoneography! It features, weekly reviews of both iPhone & Android photo apps, a daily dose of phoneography eye candy, the latest camera phone tech news, and cool Photojojo swag
If you photograph in public often as many iPhoneographer do, the chances are good that someday you will be stopped and questioned by security or law enforcement. Unfortunately, in these times, this is something that as artists we must be prepared to face.
Click the embed to watch a short film that was shot entirely with an iPhone 4 and FiLMiC Pro. It’s a cool short film that does a great job of showcasing many of FiLMiC Pro’s capabilities.
Users of Instagram have been posting some very striking images of the Texas fires under the tags #centraltxfires, #txfires and #bastrop. For some striking photos of the fires, search out those hashtags.
In case you missed it a couple weeks ago, MacWorld’s Lauren Crabbe published a story online about using an iPhone for higher-quality image capture and editing.
The editors of Blogs.com, the best in blogs, have just compiled a list of their top ten iPhone photography blogs. I’m happy to say that Life In LoFi was selected as one of their Top Ten.
A new dissertation by Zachary McCune, analyzes three months of research just completed on Instagram Users and their motivations to take and share photos on the iPhone platform.