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British mobile photographer is first to show iPhone images at Fox Talbot Museum

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Mobile photographer Nettie Edwards used the Lomora app to capture this image with her iPhone 4S.

British mobile photographer Nettie Edwards has set a new precedent by having her iPhone 4S work shown at the Fox Talbot Museum in Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire, England.

The museum celebrates the life and work of William Henry Fox Talbot, the inventor of an early photographic process called calotype. The current exhibition, "Arrangements in Black and Grey: Black and White Photography in the 21st Century," explores the use of black and white compositions in modern digital photography, including the work of Edwards. 

Edwards' iPhone 4S photos range from intimate portraits to abstract shapes. The Fox Talbot Museum chose to display some of her most powerful landscapes and architectural scenes, as shown below. For the full story on the exhibition, check out The App Whisperer

Comments

Total comments: 4
Primalux

Great to see what an iPhone and a perceptive 'eye' can do. Nice atmospheric shots.

0 upvotes
wansai

great shots. Really like them.

Also, good thing they are black & white where it's far more forgiving in terms of IQ acceptance levels.

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jcmarfilph

If it was taken with iPhone, it will definitely be put on the header. If not, a good ole smartphone word is enough. Such a pathetic world to see articles like this.

2 upvotes
Riquez

"Alcatel One Touch Idol X" doesnt quite have the same ring as "iPhone" does it?

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Total comments: 4
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