I’m so taking part in this.
Have you heard of “Pixel This”? It’s an iPhoneography exhibition, which will take place in London later this year, organized by http://www.createhive.org/. You can submit your photos for free, pictures and videos will be shown at Acquire Gallery (London) plus you can win awesome prizes. No reason to miss the opportunity, either you are a pro or just starting your iPhoneography adventure. Good luck. (Picture by Gerard Garcia)
Westminster University - Marylebone Campus
35 Marylebone Road
Friday, 29 July 2011
Time: 5:30 - 9:00pm
Admission fees: £5
A panel of speakers will be present discussing the situation in Somalia and the vision of the newly established Somali Development and Relief Forum will be talked about. An eyewitness will speak of the situation there too.
There will be:
Auction & Fundraising
Food & Refreshment
Be the change you want to see in others and JOIN US for an informative night.
To confirm your attendance please email: Somalisociety@hotmail.co.uk
I’m not sure whether I consider myself artistic or something like that. One thing I do love though is the creative freedom my iPhone has giving me over the past 2 years. It has taught me to ‘see’.
Pixels has opened the doors to many iPhononeography talks/shows in the chain of Apple Stores across the world.
Now for the first time ever on British soil, the Regent St. Apple Store in London, England will play host to an iPhoneography talk with four of London’s best iPhone street photographers. Among them are two past featured artist here on iPhoneogenic, Daniel Holland and Matthew Burlem along with the brilliant Robson Santos and a new one to me, Leyla Bile.
Phoster created by EdiCaves
Congratulations to all on this wonderful feat! Another small step for man and a giant leap for iPhoneography!
Thank you for your lovely comment Yasin :-)