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MobiMembers - The situation is still currently serious, & increasing yet again! PLEASE heed your local warnings, stay safe, look after yourselves, your loved ones & others. Help each other stay sane & safe in our distancing/isolation to face this thing down. Love 'n hugs, Rog, Matt & all our MobiStaff... x x <
Smithsonian Magazine photo contest Deadline: November 30, 2019, at 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time Categories: Natural World, Travel, People, The American Experience, Altered Images, and Mobile See the 2018 winners. Someone here ought to be able to score in the Mobile category, at least. Notable...
Have you heard of ‘panorama sabotage’? Neither had we until ImageArt Ann started a thread HERE with some information and links. Members have been posting their sabotages, and the tips they are learning as they go.
Please join in: if you have some wrecked panos to share, or some tips & tricks, we’d love to see them. Or just have a browse and let us know what you think.
WARNING: be prepared to see a three-headed rizole and some seriously strange looking children
This week in 2Weekly APPstract #10 it’sFabricated Faces !
The faces have to be made from recognisable things (but not real face-things). Here’s one from JillyG - teapot handles, apples, eggs, an elderflower. . . The jury is still out on the nose - we’re not sure what it is
Please join in - art-for-fun is good for your brain. And you couldn’t post anything sillier than what we’ve already posted Here is the link
It’s channel your inner unselfconscious artistic child week in Mobi APPstract!
You can do some finger painting in your favourite sketch/paint app, pick a kid’s art lesson from our selection or dream up your own art game.
rizole has offered his family’s scribble game. What do you think you could make of this?:
And welcome to our informal, on-site newsletter, where we keep you informed about events, challenges and helpful hints to help you find your way into the areas that most interest you.
We value participation, and we encourage you to join in any challenge or post in any thread that catches your eye. We want to see your images, and we are interested in your comments and constructive feedback on the images others post.
Feel free to post your questions below - a friendly member will answer as soon as possible.
And you’ll see detailed invitations (and links) to our regular and our every-now-and-then challenges.
We look forward to seeing your posts and images soon!
Happy MobiTog-ing from the MobiStaff Team...
Jen, Cat, Lisa, Larry, Brian, Matt & Rog
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Here is a chance to cut loose and show off your aptitude (or not) with filters overlays glitching reflecting layering painting altering double-exposing and more. Themes are chosen by the weekly guest judge (previous week’s winner) and could be anything from a colour to a shape to a letter or number, an occasion, a line from a poem or . . . something I can’t predict
Come one, come all, beginners or experts, nobody cares — and besides, it’s abstract art, that wonderfully undefinable thing that invites you to forget the rulebook and just play
There’s even a Pinterest page ‘Art Games for MobiTog.com’ for inspiration
“Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery” Imitating a photographer you admire is not only flattery, but a great way to give a new twist to your photography. The iPhone Photography School have interviews with several photographers - take a look and see if you’re inspired. https://iphonephotographyschool.com/category/interviews/?usrc=email
iPhonePS Emil’s iPhone Photography School offers some helpful hints on how we can improve our black and white photographs. The article comes from an iPhone angle and some of the apps may be iPhone only, but I think the advice is pertinent to ALL mobile devices. See what you think: https://iphonephotographyschool.com/black-and-white/
“Any use of filters in photography is easier if you have the classic RGBCMY photographic colour wheel firmly in your mind. If you have the painter’s colour wheel in mind nothing will make sense. The same is true for any type of colour correction on images. Photography involves both additive and subtractive primaries. Filters pass certain colours and absorb or block certain colours.....”
Read more excerpts and see more examples from FundyBrian ‘s textbook on filter/lenses here