Articles tagged with: Mobile Photography Awards
The winners have been announced in all 12 categories of the 2013 Mobile Photo Awards — The MPAs.
“The Mobile Photography Awards were designed to celebrate and focus attention on the explosive growth of mobile phone photography and art,” says Berman. “The majority of pictures these days are taken on smartphones and there are many talented people in the world who are dedicating their time to this craft, creating amazing art.
The Mobile Photo Awards have announced that the second annual awards are now open for submissions through December 15, 2012. The world’s largest exhibited open call for entries/competition is also pleased to note that a Grand Prize of $3,000 will be awarded to the MPA Photographer of the Year
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.
The Mobile Photography Awards (Life In LoFi is a media partner to MPA) are thrilled to announce “Indifference” as the first Grand Prize winner.
The Mobile Photo Awards have announced the winners of each category in the global photographic contest. Life In LoFi has the complete list of winners of each category as well as the Honorable Mentions after the jump.
November 30 is the final day for submissions for entries for the Mobile Photography Awards. That would be tomorrow.
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.
The Mobile Photo Awards were founded to promote and harness the global phenomenon of mobile, or cell-phone, photography and art. The awards are committed to presenting the art-form in galleries and exhibits and are designed to celebrate and bring more attention to the creatives working in the medium.