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INDIE TAGS: #0o0

Posted by on Apr 23, 2014 in FEATURE, Indie Tags | 0 comments

Continuing from the first installment of the “Indie Tags” series #nyekundu, I now present a second tag created on Instagram...

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Illuminating The Streets With One Spark

Posted by on Apr 21, 2014 in #wpphoto, Brandon K, FEATURE, Featured Articles | 1 comment

What can you do to bring new life into a once thriving metropolis, is what our community has been asking themselves lately.  The city of...

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1000 Words Flickr Showcase

Posted by on Apr 20, 2014 in 1000 Words Flickr, Dilshad, FEATURE, Featured Articles | 1 comment

There is a first for everything. My first today is to like and choose a cat. An amazing collection with a main theme of mystery with a hint of gothic taste. I'll keep it short today, because I want you to enjoy more the wonderful photos for this amazing showcase. Thank you to all the great artists here for their support!

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Happy One Year Anniversary Mobiography!

Posted by on Apr 16, 2014 in FEATURE | 1 comment

From all of us here at We Are Juxt, we want to send our heart felt congrats to Andy Butler, creator of Mobiography, for the one year...

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On the Street with Maktub Street-Dog

Posted by on Apr 16, 2014 in Dilshad, FEATURE, Featured Articles | 7 comments

“I´m a self taught amateur photographer” as he likes to point out. His work has been featured on P1xels, Mobiography, the Appwhisperer, Mortal Muses and IPhoneography.com, IPhoneography Central, in the first issue of IPhotographer magazine and in the second issue of MobFiction Magazine. He also has got an honourable mention at the Mobile Photo Awards and made the shortlist with 2 of his images on the last IPA quarterly

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Love, Faith, & Magic. The mobile art of Erin Leight

Posted by on Apr 14, 2014 in FEATURE, Featured Articles, Todd L | 3 comments

My fascination with type began when my parents gave me a calligraphy set at the age of 8. I wrote and illustrated stories from an early age and realized how words could enhance an image, and vice versa. I collected strange and interesting trinkets and arranged them in still lifes just because it was satisfying. When I look back on my childhood, I realize it was the precursor for what I now do with my mobile photography.

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