If you listen to award-winning street photographer, Misho Baranovic, the iPhone is the next revolution in photography. That’s probably why he’s showcasing his iPhone photos at a special exhibition in Melbourne this month. The photos are amazing.
“The iPhone is a near-perfect camera for street photography. It is small, discreet and easy to use. There are no straps, no dials, no distractions, all of which encourages an immersive, mindful shooting style. Most of the photo processing is done immediately on site, straight after the photo is taken. This means I can use the environment to guide my processing choices to convey the mood and feel of a space to the viewer,” Baranovic explains.
The exhibition itself showcases shots taken from around Melbourne using the iPhone. Held at the Matt Irwin Gallery from Friday 17 June – Friday 1 July, 2011, the exhibition is also one of the first solo iPhone photography exhibitions in Australia.