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Mobile photography has given us an exciting new tool for creating both innovative single images and multi-layered composites. It has enabled us to tap into our creative spirit at any moment, rather than having to pull out a big camera or sit down at our desktop to use Photoshop.
All of the wonderful submissions to “iPhone Imagery” have proven just how powerful this tool can be. These images also reveal the spirit of those who are open to embracing a new art form and those who are willing to push the limits of photography.
Thank you all so much for sharing your lovely photography. I lived with them daily and chose those that held my attention over time, as well as those that would work together in a group show. I looked for images that push boundaries, and also those that exhibit skill and knowledge of the tools.
Congratulations to all who submitted their work to iPhone Imagery. For those whose images were not selected, I encourage you to continue to develop your personal style, pushing to be better than those whose work you admire. Whether your work was selected or not, I hope competitions like this one will inspire you to keep digging deeper as an artist.
- Karen Divine
Karen Divine was first introduced to photography in the early 1970s and went on to study painting, drawing, and alternative photographic processes. She teaches at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, Maine Media Workshops + College, and Anderson Ranch Arts Center, as well as in India and Mexico. She has won awards from many international organizations, including the 2011 Discovery of the Year Nominee from International Photography Awards, the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers, the Prix de la Photographie Gold Award, and a first place WPGA Pollux Award. Her first book, A Small Amount of Courage, won the Independent Publishers Award in 2015.
Learn more about Karen's work here.
Recipients of the Juror's Award and Director's Award will be entitled to a portfolio review by Karen Divine.