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Last weekend, Instagram changed the way they handle hashtags. Previously, photos were displayed in the order the hashtag was applied to the photo. Now, photos are displayed in the order the photo was posted–regardless of when you apply the hashtag. This means that you can no longer go back and apply a new hashtag to […]
I am very excited to have two photos selected for honorable mention in the 2015 Mobile Photography awards! Leaf Close-up was selected for honorable mention in the Macro and Details category. Elder’s Fern was selected for honorable mention in the Nature and Wildlife category.
I will be assisting the always-amazing Meri Walker in a 2.5-day iPhoneography class January 30-February 1, 2015. The class will be held at the A Smith Gallery in Johnson City, Texas, just outside Austin. This will be the second time I’ve attended Meri’s iPhoneography class, and I’m really looking forward to it. Meri is so […]
For better or worse, the creative world is going through a massive shift, driven by technology and changing attitudes. An article in The Atlantic describes it well: Pronounce the word artist, to conjure up the image of a solitary genius. A sacred aura still attaches to the word, a sense of one in contact with […]
Every weekend, Iphoneography Central posts Apps Uncovered, a collection of iPhone art and photography and the backstory behind each image. The theme for the first Apps Uncovered for 2015 is Hope and Joy. Thank you, Nicki Fitz-Gerald, for including my image Ivy!
My photograph “Autumn” will be exhibited at Markham Vineyards in St. Helena, California, as part of an iPhotographer Magazine show. The show starts January 2015 and will be on display throughout 2015.