Together with 59 other mobile photographers I am exhibiting 5 images at Exposure in Columbus Ohio. I am amongst 30 mobile photographers representing the rest of the world. A huge honour to exhibit alongside so many friends around the globe.
I was honoured that my iPhoneography image ‘cycling along the foss’ was selected to be featured by The App Whisperer in their curated showcase. Thank you Joanne!
Fog is my favourite weather for creating atmospheric mobile photography. Mother nature does all the work for me. All I need to do is find an interesting composition and frame it. When she doesn’t produce fog, I try to mimic her work.
My go to iPhoneography apps. I tend to share my more complex iPhone photography. Perhaps the iPhone apps that I use day to day get ignored. Here they are.
I was really delighted when Joanne of The App Whisperer invited me to contribute to a collection of mobile photography related New Years Resolutions from around the world.
I never get to know the subjects of my candid street images. This year that changed and so the question I discussed with Andy Butler of Mobiography was ‘One incredible encounter or story that has been part of your photographic journey this year’.
I am delighted that three of my foggy iPhone photography scenes of Lincoln have been featured on the Curated VSCO Grid. Really proud to showcase my neighbourhood.
This iPhoneography workflow was born out of frustration. Living primarily in the city it felt like so long since I last saw fog. I decided to try to create a foggy atmosphere where none existed using iphone photography apps. This is my first experiment.
I am lucky enough to be able to do the school run occasionally. It can be a beautiful time of the day with a magical quality of light. I generally shy away from photographing near the school environment, even discreetly using iPhone photography. I finally got a suitable opportunity.