Topic: iPhone

Stephen Wilkes, Instagram, Follow Friday
Follow Friday

#LightBoxFF: Stephen Wilkes on Instagram as a Photographic Equalizer

Photographer Stephen Wilkes says Instagram has broken down the technical barriers to photography and redefined the still image from a plethora of perspectives.

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Anastasia Taylor-Lind

iPhone Meets Hasselblad: Analog and Digital Unite in Ukraine

“Views from my Bellybutton” is a side-project by Ukraine-based VII photographer Anastasia Taylor-Lind. Her video portraits of Ukraine protesters are the result of Taylor-Lind mounting an iPhone onto her Hasselblad camera — giving us a unique view of her working process

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Benjamin Lowy—Reportage by Getty Images for TIME

Unfiltered: Photographers React to Instagram’s New Terms

TIME reached out to a number of prominent photographers on Instagram for their comments on the service’s recently announced changes.

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Michael Christopher Brown for TIME
Photo Essay

An iPhone in the DRC: Photos by Michael Christopher Brown

For its first ever Wireless Issue, TIME commissioned photographer Michael Christopher Brown to photograph the mineral mines of the Democratic Republic of Congo with his iPhone.

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Dar Yasin—AP

The Best Pictures of the Week, September 30 – October 7

From continued “Occupy Wall Street” protests and Amanda Knox’s appeal verdict to Steve Jobs’ passing and the tenth anniversary of the U.S. War in Afghanistan, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Michael Christopher Brown
Photo Essay

The War in Libya: Photographs by Michael Christopher Brown

In one of photojournalism’s blackest hours, Michael Christopher Brown was wounded with shrapnel to the chest, shoulder and arm in an explosion in Misratah, Libya, April 20, 2011 – the same incident that killed photographers Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington, and severely injured Guy Martin.

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Stefanie Gordon
The Backstory

Amateur Photo of Shuttle Goes Viral

Despite hundreds of professional photographers covering today’s shuttle launch, an image taken on an iPhone by an unemployed event planner from Hoboken is the most memorable – and the most viral.

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David Guttenfelder—Associated Press
Man on the Wire

David Guttenfelder’s iPhone Photography: From the Series Photojournalism at the Crossroads

During an embed with the 3rd Battalion, 6th Marines, in February, AP’s David Guttenfelder used his iPhone to make images of the battle for Marjah in Afghanistan’s Helmand province.

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