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MPP Contest #3 Winners

Jay April 23, 2012 Mobile Photography 1 Comment

Dear Fellow Mobile Phone Photographers,


Do you still remember when you first used a camera? How did you feel? Remember those days when you have to buy lots of film in order to take pictures? Those days are long gone. With new developments in the mobile phone industry, most of us can now take awesome pictures and have fun snapping anything that looks even remotely interesting (that fly on the wall, cup of coffee, strangers on the train station, the orange you bought yesterday etc. :-) ) everywhere we go since the best camera is the one that is always with you.
I know the feeling of being anxious and excited everytime I have taken new pictures using my phone–I couldn’t wait to upload it on Flickr and share it (and get constructive criticism from others). Each picture is our pride and joy. I started this blog because I fell in love with mobile phone photography and the endless possibilities of what we can make out of it. Most of all I love how the community of mobile phone photographers has bonded together to explore and maximize the capabilities of one tiny device and produce amazing photographs that I’ll never get tired looking at.
I want to thank you all for joining my photo contests all the time. These photo contests are just for fun and for me, you all have great photographs and it is my pleasure to feature them here in my blog. Together we are showing the world that a tiny device can produce wonderful images.

To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.” ~Henri Cartier-Bresson

All your photos are amazing! Thank you all for participating. To see the winners…CLICK HERE 

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  1. Janice M May 2, 2012 at 6:33 pm

    Hi Jay! I’m excited for the next contest. When will that be?

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