They EYE”EM guys have put together a very shmick looking book of the Berlin EYE’EM mobile photography show held earlier this year.
The EYE’EM guys describe it as:
The book is an interactive reference work for anyone interested in photography, creativity and design. As a tribute to the EYE’EM Mobile Photography Award 2010, it’s featuring the award-winning work, interviews and portraits of some of the most talented mobile photographers from all over the world. Thanks to everyone who participated and made the first EYE’EM exhibition happen. We also included a lot of special content for anyone who is into playing with QR codes. You will find them all over the book, linking to interviews, videos and articles that you can check out on your mobile devices. It’s definitely fun, try it out! The book is available as of now. Let us know what you think and keep the feedback coming. So we can already start collecting ideas for the next one!
You can by the book from Lulu:
It’s been a busy 48 hours for iphoneography’s power couple, Anton and Sion.
I dream that people will no longer dismiss photos simply because of what device they were taken on, and really focus on the quality of the images themselves.
Next up Sion sat down with The iPhone Shot to talk about his start in iPhoneography, his new found fame and his vision for the future of medium. My favourite words from the interview are:
Even some of the rifts and sometimes heated debates that have been happening throughout the community could be somehow a positive sign that this has become a real thing, not just an abstract concept.
Congrats Guys and thanks for all your support over the past six months!
I’m very excited to have three images shortlisted for the EYE’EM award. For those that don’t know… “The EYE’EM AWARD is an international competition dedicated to the rise of mobile phone photography as a new artform”.
The 30 finalists and winner are announced on the 22nd of June (only three days to go!). This coincides with the opening of the official exhibition at the Schlechtriem Brothers Gallery in Berlin.
Thanks to the organisers and judges for their hard work in making the show happen. Congrats also to the other shortlisted iPhoneographers, some of whom include: Gusbano, Greg Schmigel, iphoneographic, kokovoko (Jordi V Pou), Dixon Hamby, Morgan Miranda, Jason Parks and Dominique Jost.
The three shortlisted photos are: