The latest issue of the Mobiography Magazine has just been release onto the Apple App Store and Google Play. As usual you will find it packed full of the usual interviews, top tips, tutorials, features and showcases of the very best in smartphone photography.
What’s inside issue 29?
To kick-start this first issue of 2017, our beginner’s guide section will go back to basics and take a look at the compositional guideline called the rule of thirds. This will be the first in a series of articles that delves deeper into different ways you can use composition in your photos, so that you can create better and more interesting images.
Meanwhile, Mark Myerson takes a look at some project ideas for these long dark winter nights. And David Kindervater asks the question, “What makes a great black and white photograph?” as this form of photography is an excellent medium to use at this time of year.
We talk to two talented mobile photographers – the first being Luis Rodriguez, aka @Luison on Instagram. In this interview Luis tells us about his approach to the compositions he incorporates into this unique blend of street and architecture photography as well as his puddlegrams.
We also talk to Mirabai Nicholson-McKellar – a filmmaker, photographer and beekeeper – about her passion for bees and her slow-motion films that caught the attention of Apple for their “Shot on iPhone” adverts.
Rob Dunsford takes several tripods for a test drive, and tells us what options are available for the mobile photographer, which you should use and why.
Finally, for Android photographers out there, we review the Camera Zoom FX camera app, and find out what makes this app so popular for Android shooters.
Grab your copy now
In order to grab yourself a copy of Mobiography, head over to the Apple App Store and Google Play and install the app. Single issues are available for $4.99 or you can subscribe to the bi-monthly subscription plan for $3.99 and make a 20% saving or an annual subscription for $21.99, a saving of 26%. There is currently a FREE Trial subscription offer available. Google Play subscriptions are monthly at a cost of $1.99.