Misho Baranovic is one of the foremost mobile street photographers in the World today. He has been a commercial photographer for years but has embraced this emerging artform with gusto particularly in how mobile photography can be used for community building and helping people understand and express their relationship with the urban environment.
He is a founding member of Mobile Photo Group – an international collective of mobile photographers dedicated to promoting their work and presenting mobile photography as an important and evolving art form – and has exhibited his street photography in America, Germany, Italy and Australia. Here’s what he has to say about the form:
Yes, the photographs are taken on a mobile phone. Why am I telling you this? Because the images you see here, the result of navigating the city, could not have been taken with any other camera. It is a simple device: no dials, no lenses, no distractions. When I shoot, I feel like I’m not just looking at the scene, but actually within it. This lets me focus on the small moments that animate the changing city.
He’s recently released a book, ‘iPhone Photography: How to Shoot, Edit and Share Great Photos’.
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