Isn't it wonderful that we have cell phones now to help us see and share the wonders right in front of us?
If you'd like to have more fun making photos and painting with your mobile devices, welcome!
iPhone, Android and Windows phone cameras can now make high quality images. They can also become a full-featured 'pocket art studio' and a direct connection to a 24/7 conversation with people around the globe.
I use an iPhone and iPad to help me see because they're convenient, powerful, and they enable me to shoot, process and share my stories about what I see from anywhere. Coffee shops. Park benches. Libraries. The kitchen table. My favorite hangouts.
Remember that feeling of freedom you got riding your first bike? Phone cameras can provide us with that same kind of pure joy ... all over again!
This site's my place to share the joy I get from mobile photography. After 40+ years' experience shooting, printing, publishing, exhibiting, and teaching the photographic arts in traditional ways, I'm having a blast with my phone!
As Einstein said, "The measure of intelligence is the ability to change."
If you're interested in mobile art and want to speed up your learning curve, please take advantage of my experience in one of my 1/2 day, 2-day or 5-week workshops. There's more information on the "classes" page.
It’s another fantastic week for mobile photography! The images uploaded to our flickr group continue to astound me every single week and remind me that, …
I love having “Dutch Brothers’ Moment” pop up in the flow of this week’s App Whisperer Showcase. It was such a powerful and very funny moment… I’m still laughing every time I look at it. And, that hand…coming in from the left. Positively bizarre!
There’s lots of great work in this showcase. It’s packed with powerful emotion that’s incredibly well defined in both monochrome and full-color palates. Proud to be participating in such a multi-talented, multi-faceted global art community!
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“You discover how confounding the world is
when you try to draw it. You look at a car,
and you try to see its car-ness, and you’re
like an immigrant to your own world. You
don’t have to travel to encounter weirdness.
You wake up to it.” ― Shaun Tan
riginal image was a self portrait
The other day I was complaining that I didn’t think there were any new mobile photo apps coming out any more. Like a middle-aged Dad complaining that pop music isn’t what it used to be, I realise this could be because I’m just not paying close enough attention any more. But I tweeted it and no-one…