The theme of last week’s Mobiography Photo Challenge was ‘Curves’. For this challenge participants were asked to share their best curve inspired photos, and the submissions were fantastic. All photos featured in this showcase illustrate how different photographers have approached this theme. Some have opted to go in close and frame a small section of detail to create something abstract, while others have chosen to capture the curves and perspective of a winding staircase or frame a subject within the curves of a building.

Featured photographers this week include: @arashrimus, @bazillus, @camhaynes22, @detailsofberlin, @foxypuddin, @isabelagap, @renatobaer, @tendeersigh, @tianhsien, @tinesview, @venkatesulu, and Barbara Frish @iphonecameragirl.

Take part in the next Mobiography photo challenge

This week, the theme for the photo challenge is ‘Rainy Days’. For this challenge think about sharing your best mobile photos that capture those rainy day moments. Think reflections in puddles, raindrops on windows or umbrella filled streets.

To enter the challenge simply start sharing your best images on the theme of ‘Rainy Days’ that were taken and edited with a smartphone by using the hashtag #mobiography_51 on Instagram.

The best ones will be featured in the next photo challenge showcase, so get sharing now.

Thats how it feels entering Tehran through The Azadi Monument Tower

Thats how it feels entering Tehran through The Azadi Monument Tower‘ by @arashrimus – “Welcome to Tehran: The Azadi Tower greets the visitors to Tehran upon entering the city from its western entrance, a 45 meters state of the art monument standing tall since year 1972 that is also often recognized as the city’s most well known Landmark both to its faithful citizens and to tourists visiting the city for the very first time. I captured this shot with my iPhone X.”

Paper cuts…

Paper cuts…‘ by @camhaynes22 – “My abstract curve was formed by a leftover piece (or two) of parchment paper from preparing a meal. An otherwise boring part of food preparation until you stop and look at the details.

Before cleaning up, I captured the shapes, light and shadows created by my discarded paper in the natural light streaming into the kitchen from the window. Then… I tossed the paper remnants in the recycling bin.

Oddly enough, I don’t even remember what I made that day but this is the photo I’ve used as my mobile wallpaper since I created it in October 2017.

Photographed and edited on Samsung Galaxy S7 (no flash, no tripod but a macro lense might have been used). Edited, in part, with SnapSeed and EyeEm apps.”

Hide in your shell…

Hide in your shell…‘ by @renatobaer – “When I saw this scene I was referred to affective memories and what touched me in photographing were the spots not visible to the scene… smells, silence, sound of the steps, temperature… the shiver and the desire of the coziness took me to ‘hide in your shell’. I did the editing using the VSCO and Snapseed.”

In the end it is bent

In the end it is bent‘ by @tinesview – “I took this picture of a withered orchid leaf with my iPhone SE on my white dining table. I liked the color and the shape of the leaf, and when I started editing the shot in Instagram I realized how beautiful the texture of the leaf is when you take a closer look.”

Up&Up

Up&Up‘ by @venkatesulu – “I made this photo with a Huawei P9 and snapseed. It is one of the snails stairs that go up to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, I was looking at the perspective with my mobile when someone appears and I shot it.”

Every detail of this building amazes me

Every detail of this building amazes me‘ by Barbara Frish @iphonecameragirl – “This was shot on an iPhone 7 Plus and edited minimally in Snapseed. It was cropped and brightened a bit. This is an amazing detail of a building I’m in often. I challenge myself to find something different every time. ”

I can already see the weekend

I can already see the weekend‘ by @detailsofberlin

God is a circle whose centre is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere

God is a circle whose centre is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere‘ by @foxypuddin

Arquivo

Arquivo‘ by @isabelagap

Untitled

Untitled‘ by @bazillus

Tiers

Tiers‘ by @tendeersigh

Untitled

Untitled‘ by @tianhsien – “This photo was taken at the Oca Ibirapuera Art Museum in São Paulo. The architecture and light of this place are very interesting. I waited for someone to pass that angle. When a woman stopped, thoughtfully, and stood for a long time in that position. It looked like a painting. Taken with an iPhone X and edited using Snapseed.”

Don’t forget…

This week, the theme for the photo challenge is ‘Rainy Days’. For this challenge think about sharing your best mobile photos that capture those rainy day moments. Think reflections in puddles, raindrops on windows or umbrella filled streets.

To enter the challenge simply start sharing your best images on the theme of ‘Rainy Days’ that were taken and edited with a smartphone by using the hashtag #mobiography_51 on Instagram.

The best ones will be featured in the next photo challenge showcase, so get sharing now.

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