Redefining Smartphone photography, an exhibition

Discussion in 'Casual Photo Conversations' started by cyanatic, Aug 19, 2014.

  1. The exhibition is at the Center for Photography in Woodstock, NY, so I don't think I'll be seeing it, but there are some interesting examples accompanying the article.
    http://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/redefining-smart-phone-photography
     
  2. Steve, I saw this in the New Yorker last night too. It looks like some nice work, but there's no chance of me seeing it either. For those who live closer, the exhibition is closing in about ten days, so time is short.
     
  3. Every development in photography and communication increases theirs horizons and smartphones are another way that is enriched. Instant communication increases the ability to share, which takes photography to another place in its ability to communicate with others as well as serving as a mechanism to create art. Few of these advances, however, dictate the whole picture (potential) of the photography medium but simply widen our horizons as practicing photographers.
    Perhaps a smartphone exhibition is just as appropriately conducted via the Internet as in a showroom or gallery? Free, or even via a subscription (we do pay to enter many art museums)?
     

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