Today, I’m pleased to announce that the second issue of Mobiography iPhone Photography Magazine has been published on Apples newsstand for the ipad.
I’m super excited to be pushing this issue out as the response and feedback about the debut edition was fantastic. I would like to thank all those who contributed and to those in the mobile photography community who have helped to make the magazine a well received success.
So What’s in Issue 2?
Just like the debut edition, issue 2 of Mobiography is packed with interviews, tutorials, insights and reviews. We have featured interviews with mobile photographer of the year, Sarah Jarrett who talks to us about her unique style of digital multimedia photographic work. Anna Cox, editor at We Are Juxt also shares her views on mobile photography and tells us the stories behind some of her favourite photos.
Tutorials, insights and reviews
We have tutorials and insights from Dilshad Corleone who takes us through the workflow process he followed to create one of his well known masterpieces. We find out how to become popular on Instagram, how to extend the life of your iPhone battery and look at some essential iPhone accessories every serious iPhoneographer should have. Christine Chan provides the second on the four part series which looks at the camera app, Kitcam.
Finally, we have another excellent selection of photography in the Mobiography Flickr Group showcase featuring Mark T Simmons, Dilshad Corleone, Richieboy_bw and GianlucaRicoveri to name a few.
If you haven’t already checked out this wonderful resource then head over to the Apple newsstand and install the app. Click the yellow button to get a Free 7 day trial plus take advantage of a 20% price reduction. Future issues will then automatically be downloaded to your ipad.
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Want to be feature in future issues?
As always I am always on the look out for talented mobile photographers and contributors. If you have an interesting story to tell, want to showcase your iPhone photography work or share with us a project or useful tips, then I urge you to get in touch.