Wystawa - Mobilne miasta

The “Mobile Cities” (“Mobilne miasta”) photography exhibition, Bookarest book&café store in Stary Browar, Poznan, Poland (21-27 September 2013)

22 October 2013

The “Mobile Cities” (“Mobilne miasta”) photography exhibition is the first collaborative project organised by members of Mobile Photography Enthusiasts’ Group “Mobilni”. The theme of the exhibition is a city space – that where we live our lives; that being a stage of our creativity.

The Mobile Cities Project:

When: 21 – 27 September 2013

Where: the Bookarest Club, at Stary Browar, Poznan, Poland

Photographers:

  • Joanna Lemańska
  • Małgorzata Radziszewska
  • Łukasz Gurbiel
  • Kamil Kawczyński
  • Michał Koralewski
  • Damian Nowosadzki
  • Wojciech Papaj
  • Rafał Piotrzkowski

Main objective: mobile photography promotion – we present our photos taken and edited only with mobile devices because we consider mobile photography as an outright art.

Additional objective: Our additional goal is to support Polish Humanitarian Action (PAH). PAH’s “Pajacyk” is fundraising programme for hungry children in Poland and in the other countries all over the world. Every donor receives her/ his beloved photography featured on the exhibition!

Project’s media patrons: Radio MerkuryFotokomórkomania blog and Stacja Poznań Główny blog.

Authors presentation:

Joanna Lemańska: In photography I pay attention to composition. I am looking for interesting patterns, situations, colours and light all the time.

Fallen leaves, fot. Joanna Lemańska

Fallen leaves (Paryż, iPhone 4s), fot. Joanna Lemańska

 

Going to work, fot. Joanna Lemańska

Going to work (Paryż, iPhone 4s), fot. Joanna Lemańska

 

Old lady, fot. Joanna Lemańska

Old lady (Paryż, iPhone 4s), fot. Joanna Lemańska

 

Sunset ride, fot. Joanna Lemańska

Sunset ride (Paryż, iPhone 4s), fot. Joanna Lemańska

 

Małgorzata Radziszewska: I photograph and colour the city where I live. I enhance contrast or blur contours. I show work-house route in a slightly different light.

Painting the view, fot. Małgorzata Radziszewska

Painting the view (Poznań, iPhone 3GS), fot. Małgorzata Radziszewska

 

Seven, fot. Małgorzata Radziszewska

Seven (Poznań, iPhone 3GS), fot. Małgorzata Radziszewska

 

The doors, fot. Małgorzata Radziszewska

The doors (Poznań, iPhone 3GS), fot. Małgorzata Radziszewska

 

Windmill on the hill, fot. Małgorzata Radziszewska

Windmill on the hill (Moraczewo, HTC One V), fot. Małgorzata Radziszewska

 

Łukasz Gurbiel: I was born in the city and I live in the city. I love to photograph it. It always inspires me and it is the main theme of my pictures.

fot. Łukasz Gurbiel

Kraków (Samsung Galaxy S III), fot. Łukasz Gurbiel

 

Kraków, fot. Łukasz Gurbiel

Kraków (Samsung Galaxy S III) , fot. Łukasz Gurbiel

 

fot. Łukasz Gurbiel

Kraków (Samsung Galaxy S III), fot. Łukasz Gurbiel

 

fot. Łukasz Gurbiel

Kraków (Samsung Galaxy S III), fot. Łukasz Gurbiel

 

Kamil Kawczyński: Mobile photography for me is more than just a form of spending my free time. It is a mission a for me. I try to show other people that we can take amazing photos with a smartphone which are as good as taken with a DSLR. Quality and composition of pictures are the most important for me.

Warszawa - Pałac Kultury (HTC Desire HD - Camera 360), fot. Kamil Kawczyński

Warszawa – Pałac Kultury (HTC Desire HD), fot. Kamil Kawczyński

 

Warszawa - ul. Nowy Świat (HTC Desire HD - Camera 360), fot. Kamil Kawczyński

Warszawa – ul. Nowy Świat (HTC Desire HD), fot. Kamil Kawczyński

 

Warszawa - ul. Piwna (HTC Desire HD - Pro HDR Camera), fot. Kamil Kawczyński

Warszawa – ul. Piwna (HTC Desire HD), fot. Kamil Kawczyński

 

Warszawa - Kościół Św. Marcina, ul. Dawna (HTC Desire HD - Pro HDR Camera), fot. Kamil Kawczyński

Warszawa – Kościół Św. Marcina, ul. Dawna (HTC Desire HD), fot. Kamil Kawczyński

 

Michał Koralewski: I am fascinated by the topics that seem to be the most hackneyed – landscapes, lonely trees, sunsets, birds above the water, etc. I try to look at it in a different way, to transform the everyday life in fantastic visions and give them a new meaning.

How to feed a giraffe, fot. Michał Koralewski

How to feed a giraffe (Emmen, iPhone 4s), fot. Michał Koralewski

 

Evening, fot. Michał Koralewski

Evening time, fot. Michał Koralewski

 

Red bridge, fot. Michał Koralewski

Red bridge (Poznań, iPhone 4s), fot. Michał Koralewski

 

Pigeons, fot. Michał Koralewski

Pigeons on the old square market, fot. Michał Koralewski

 

Damian Nowosadzki: In his mobile street photography mainly I am looking for a human being in different structures and contexts.  I am interested in a man, and it is the man who is the most important for me.  My search for a man is burdened with a sense of distance and fight with myself to capture things that will never come back or things, described by Henri Cartier Bresson, a guru of street photography, as „decisive moments”.

25 sec of silence, fot. Damian Nowosadzki

25 sec of silence (Nysa, iPhone 4), fot. Damian Nowosadzki

 

Dancing in the moonlight, fot. Damian Nowosadzki

Dancing in the moonlight (Cieszyn, iPhone 4), fot. Damian Nowosadzki

 

Fisherman, fot. Damian Nowosadzki

Fisherman (Sosnowiec, iPhone 4), fot. Damian Nowosadzki

 

Sorrow, fot. Damian Nowosadzki

Sorrow, fot. Damian Nowosadzki

 

Wojciech Papaj: I regard mobile photography as playing with pictures – but it is playing with a smidgen of creativity. In my “piccreation” I use filters of Tradition and Imagination, they allow us to see the potential of transcendent reality which becomes something completely else.

A muse meant or tautology, part II; fot. Wojciech Papaj

A muse meant or tautology, part II (Nowy Sącz, Nokia Lumia 800); fot. Wojciech Papaj

 

Capriccio azzurro (I), fot. Wojciech Papaj

Capriccio azzurro (I) (Nowy Sącz, Nokia Lumia 800), fot. Wojciech Papaj

 

NS innerspace I, Wojciech Papaj

NS innerspace I (Nowy Sącz, Nokia Lumia 800), fot. Wojciech Papaj

 

NS innerspace II, Wojciech Papaj

NS innerspace II (Nowy Sącz, Nokia Lumia 800), fot. Wojciech Papaj

 

Rafał Piotrzkowski: Spontaneously and discreet — this is my favourite way of taking photos. Mobile photography allows me to do what I like the most – focusing on the image itself, looking for interesting topics, instant recording and deriving great pleasure from this.

Bez tytułu I, fot. Rafał Piotrzkowski

Bez tytułu I (Paryż, iPhone 5), fot. Rafał Piotrzkowski

 

Bez tytułu IV, fot. Rafał Piotrzkowski

Bez tytułu IV (Paryż, iPhone 5), fot. Rafał Piotrzkowski

 

Na plaży, fot. Rafał Piotrzkowski

Na plaży (Gdańsk, iPhone 5), fot. Rafał Piotrzkowski

 

Pamiątka, fot. Rafał Piotrzkowski

Pamiątka (Paryż, iPhone 5), fot. Rafał Piotrzkowski

 

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