cover512Today I’m thrilled to be publishing the first anniversary issue of the Mobiography magazine. The past year has been a fantastic ride. I have had the pleasure of speaking to and showcasing the work of so many talented mobile photographers and artists. Many of which have become good friends. The conversations I have had and the work I have seen has been an inspiration to me. I hope you have also been inspired too.

Since the magazine was first published back in April 2013, Mobiography has since released an iPhone and Android version. As far as I am aware this makes it the only publication in the mobile photography space available on all platforms, thus making it available to all mobile photographers, no matter what system you shoot on.

Lens Giveaway Competition

competition-photoTo celebrate this milestone issue and a fantastic year, I am giving away two lenses to one lucky reader. To be in with a chance of winning these detachable fish eye and wide angle/macro lenses simple go to the competition page within Issue 8 and submit your name and email address. The competition closes on 17th May 2014.

What’s inside issue 8?

Issue 8 is themed on the subject of street photography. The issue is packed full of the usual interviews, tips and features. New York street photographer Shel Serkin talks about his work and his approach to street photography. Dilshad Corleone and music photographer Matt Davey talk about their new collaborative project called the ‘Picture Project’ which saw then shooting at night on the streets of London. Find out how the iPhone stood up to the might of the DSLR.

Other features in this action packed issue include a macro photography tutorial using the Olloclip, we have the second in our black and white series which looks at black and white conversion techniques. ProCamera7 is our app in focus and we review the Muku Shuttr remote control shutter release controller.

As if this wasn’t enough there is a stunning collection of mobile photography in the Flickr Group showcase.

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.