by Alex Greenspan | June 3, 2014 9:48 AM
All images copyright Sarah Jarrett Looking through Sarah Jarrett's gallery, it's hard to believe these images were made using only an iPhone and an iPad. From painterly landscapes and still lifes to surreal portraiture, Sarah's work is expressive and unique. While many still associate the term "mobile photography" with the occasional selfie or family photo, Sarah is a pioneer in a growing movement of people who create serious fine art on their mobile devices. We talked to Sarah about mobile photography, her images and the artistic process behind them. • Pocketnow: Tell us a bit about ...
by Alex Greenspan | May 27, 2014 8:24 AM
Image credit, left to right: John Gamble; Clay Butch Benskin; Helen Breznik • Since its invention, photography has gone from being a complex craft mastered only by experienced professionals to being easily accessible to all. Pretty much everyone these days carries a smartphone in their pocket, with an always ready-for-action camera. The rise of mobile photography and the ability to shoot and share instantaneously has revolutionized the field and created what has been called a 'democratization of photography'. While many are still wondering about the possible implications of the ...
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