“Mobile Photography Tips” is the blog run by Alex Markovich.
E-mail: MarkovichUniverse AT gmail DOT com
Alex Markovich is a 38 y.o. male living in Russia. A photographer, writer and lecturer, as well as translator. A regular guest on “Radio of Russia” and other radio stations. Main subjects of the programs: “Traveling through Russia” and “Photo Art” (Alex arranges photo exhibitions in various Russian towns and cities, as well as abroad).
Alex’s favorite genre is sci-fi (lots of his stories are translated into various languages and published in dozens of online and offline publications).
Alex has developed his own course, namely: “The methodology involved for an artist, photographer or writer to present their material effectively, so as to develop a following and become popular”. Alex conducts lectures on this subject throughout Russia.
It is so obvious that our smartphones have become, first and foremost, instruments for taking pictures and surfing the net, rather than tools for making calls. As a photographer who has been playing with the camera since kindergarten, I can say that I have switched from DSLR camera photography to mobile photography. If it’s a professional photo shoot I give the advantage to a decent DSLR camera, but as for daily walks, trips, concerts, reportage photography or even theater performances I use my camera phone.
There are several reasons for that.