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Submit Your Best Images Taken with a Smart Phone for a Chance to Win One of Two Free Fstoppers Tutorials

The launch of Critique the Community's new platform was a huge success and so we're bringing another episode that should engage every photographer. This week, we're calling for any picture taken by a smart phone. 

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Hello everyone... This is the wild flower i took using samsung galaxy J2... i tried using focus... sk i need suggestion on this photo


hi everyone. i will like to share with you my photo as shoot by my sony z2 . i will love to have your adivse and comment about it ,
f/2 .1/833s . 4.9mm . iso 50 .sony .

When to use mobile photography...

The discussion of image quality always comes up with talking about mobile photography. I have had this talk many of times and I feel I have come up with a few answers but want to hear what you all think too.

First off, I always say its about the picture first and 'image quality' last. People dont buy a photos based on its quality and...

Favorite photography apps?

Hey everyone! I'm new to this group, and I would love to get opinions on your favorite photography apps? I usually do all my editing in Lightroom, but with younity I can access my whole library, so doing some editing on my phone might be needed if I haven't touched one up and want to share it. Thank you!

VSCO Drops TIFF Support?

I've been shooting with the Moment App for a few weeks using the 18mm lens on my iPhone and I love it. I opted to shoot hi-res TIFFs in the Moment App settings because I'm a compression geek and loving taking up space on my iPhone.

But I noted that VSCOcam crashes when I try to import any file into VSCOcam to edit, even JPEGs when it...

Toy transport

It's been a while since I joined this amazing website and enjoyed those great pics from pros and finally couldn't stop myself from posting my images. Your comments are welcome.
I m a huge fan of mobile photography and uploaded image is taken from MI4 and post processed in Snapseed.