Articles in Q&A
The Life In LoFi interview and iPhoneography showcase of Dave Weekes. The photographer in his own words and images. “This is the kind of photography that chronicles the subdued, the common and the mundane in ways only exercised by poets.”
Tracy Munson of Photocruncher interviewed iPhoneographer Jennifer Bracewell recently. In case you missed it, here’s the link.
Part II of the Life In LoFi interview of Konstruktivist aka Dan Cristea, one of the most prolific and original iPhoneographers around. Based in Toronto, Canada, he is a graphic designer as well as founding member of Lofimode.com, which he runs along with friend and fellow iPhoneographer Richard “Koci” Hernandez.
Part I of the Life In LoFi interview of Konstruktivist aka Dan Cristea, one of the most prolific and original iPhoneographers around. Based in Toronto, Canada, he is a graphic designer as well as founding member of Lofimode.com, which he runs along with friend and fellow iPhoneographer Richard “Koci” Hernandez.
We were able to catch up with iPhoneographer Sara Tune recently. She shares her story and gives us her thoughts on rediscovering photography with her iPhone.
Giuseppe Capozzo won the ScratchCam category with his colorful and playful “You, Too”. In the iPhoneography community, he’s better known as krapoz. Click past the jump to learn more about krapoz and to read what he has to say. It’s a great read.
Among the recent winners of the MPA was the abstract industrial “Image pic #35″ by Japan’s Souichi Furusho. His photography is simple yet stunning. We finally caught up with Souichi. Here’s the Life In LoFi interview.
You may have noticed a lot of images from an iPhoneographer who goes by Page67. That would be Lynette Jackson. Her style is unique and mixes high contrast photography, architecture, typography and geometry. We had a chance to get caught up with Lynette recently.
As the entries phase of the Mobile Photography Awards arrives in about a week, we thought this would be a good opportunity to talk with Dan about the MPA and the state of iPhoneography in general.
We’ve got a new addition to the blogroll on Life In LoFi. Be sure to check out iPhoneogenic. Meet not only a very talented iPhoneographer, but a prolific blogger as well, Edgar Cuevas.
The story behind Hipstamatic and how two graphic designers from Twin Cities brought the legendary toy camera to the iPhone