The latest issue of the Mobiography Magazine has just been release onto the Apple Newsstand and Google Play. In this festive edition you will find it packed full of the usual interviews, top tips, tutorials, features and showcases of the very best mobile photography.

What’s inside issue 21?

Mobiography Issue 21 CoverFirst up we talk to the one and only Jack Hollingsworth. Jack has been one of the biggest advocates of mobile photography since the early days and was one of the first people I came across when I started my journey. I finally managed to track him down and pick his brains, dig into the wealth of knowledge that he has and find out more about some of the exciting projects that he has in the pipeline.

I also talk to Elaine Taylor, an amazingly talented mobile photographer from Yorkshire, UK. Elaine is well known for her colourful and vibrant portraits of her children. Find out more about the photos that she takes and her approach to photography.

No festive edition of Mobiography would be complete without a run down of this years mobile photography accessories in our top 10 list of gift ideas. Also continuing the festive theme, Nicki Fitz-Gerald guides us step by step through the process of creating a Bokeh filled Christmas image in her app masterclass.

Meanwhile, Kate Hailey takes time out of her US coast to coast road trip to fill us in on the big update from VSCO and shows us how to use this popular app to enhance the photos you take. We also look at some of the best cities in the world for street photography and showcase some more examples of stunning mobile photography.

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.

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