The latest issue of the Mobiography Magazine has just been release onto the Apple Newsstand and Google Play. You will find this latest release packed full of the usual interviews, top tips, tutorials, features and showcases of the very best mobile photography.
What’s inside issue 18?
Inside this bumper issue we talk to iPhoneographyCentral’s Nicki Fitz-Gerald, Hong Kong based street photographer Michael Kistler and the extremely talented Brendan Ó Sé.
Nicki Fitz-Gerald talks about the iPhoneographyCentral website, about her book ‘The Art of iPhone Photography’ and the AdoramaTV series plus much more. Brendan Ó Sé tells us the story behind his famous ‘Shot on iPhone’ image and how a simple shot taken on a trip to Copenhagen went from the small screen of his iPhone to a fifteen story high billboard poster. Finally, Michael Kistler talks about street photography, the workshops he runs in Hong Kong and the meaning behind his mantra of; ‘Light, Composition and The Moment’.
In the beginners guide section we take an in-depth look at the hot app update of the moment, Snapseed 2.0 and find out why this new update so special and what’s new.
We also look at the app, PRO Cam 2 and see how it performs on the streets of Thailand. Meanwhile, Megan Corwin shows us how to correct annoying perspective distortions with the app SKRWT and we check out the KENU Stance tripod and look at ways that you can get your Instagram photos noticed.
Seattle based portrait and headshot photographer, Kate Hailey, offers some top tips and some first hand advice about traveling on a photography trip as she makes her way across Europe with her iPhone camera.
Believe me this is just the tip of the iceberg as there is so much more covered in this bumper issue.
Grab your copy now
In order to grab yourself a copy of Mobiography, head over to the Apple Newsstand or 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. On Google Play subscriptions are monthly at a cost of $1.99.
I hope you will find both inspiring and informative as well as an ideal resource to help you further the boundaries of your own photography.