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 33?
In this latest issue of Mobiography, I have another varied mix of articles, tips, reviews and interviews that I hope will help to inspire you to take better photos with the camera in your pocket – your smartphone.
We start off with our beginners guide section, which continues to look at composition techniques. This time, Rob Dunsford examines negative space, and sees how you can use the space that surrounds a subject to create stunning photos.
We also talk to two talented photographers, Karen Divine and Tim Bingham. Karen is well-known for her unique style of mobile art and talks about her approach to mobile photography and art. Meanwhile, Tim is a street photographer from Ireland who discusses shooting candid and street portraits.
Besides this, we also take a look at the big news of the moment – the iPhone 8 – and examine the camera capabilities of this new addition to the iPhone family. I review a range of Joby tripods to see how they perform as well as who and what situations they are best suited for.
Ever fancied yourself as a bit of an artist but lacked the creative vision and skills to pull it off? Then you’ll want to check out the Paintcan app from Adobe Labs as well as our in-depth tutorial on how to turn an ordinary photo into a masterpiece.
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.