Andy Butler

Table Top Trees ~ Shot using Blackie app with no further editing.

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Website: www.mobiography.net

What do you shoot on?: iPhone 7 Plus

When did you start smartphone photography?: I started in May 2012 using an android phone but converted to the iPhone in 2013. Have never looked back since.

Which social media platform do you prefer for sharing your work?: Instagram

What photography apps would you recommend?: Native Camera App, ProCamera for shooting in RAW, Snapseed for editing photos.

What editing software is the best value?: Snapseed ­ It is a one stop shop that does most things you need for basic editing.

How has smartphone photography been received by the industry overall?: It is growing in popularity and as technology advances it is starting to become more widely recognised as a legitimate method of taking photographs. It is certainly an accessible way for people to take photos.

What are the challenges with shooting with your phone?: Shooting into the light. The iPhone's sensor can struggle to cope with the high dynamic ranges.

Name your favourite things about this kind of photography?: Its accessibility. You can shot, edit and share right there and then, from one device.

What has caused the biggest shift in mobile photography in the last few years?: Its accessibility and versatility due to the number of apps available.

Where do you see smartphone photography going in the future?: Technology will advance, photos will be better quality.

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