The Instagramer network ist the biggest Instagram community in the world. Creativity of the square format characterizes the mobile photographers on Instagram. The users meet regularly on Instameets to take photo together and discover new places. In the global exchange with the community friendships arise and trustworthy relationships.
In the Berliner network lots of mobile photographers try to win the daily picture, take part on competitions and meet in real life. Numerous guests (regional, national, international) visit us in Berlin and whenever possible our Instagramers welcome them. Instagramers Berlin loves pictures and people and cooperates with mobilephotography.de on photowalks and competitions.
Verlag M has been publishing books on Berlin’s city life in all its various facets since 2008. The editors are just as much interested in current topics as they are in historical events, focusing on unusual perspectives and unheard-of stories, individual questions and society’s responses. With a passion for detail, the books document Berlin’s history, and reveal in photographs and texts the city’s roots – past and present. Verlag M wants to make readers curious about topics, places and people that open up unusual perspectives on Berlin and inspire a slightly different view of the city. Both familiar with Berlin’s history and moved by its present: colourful, lively and spirited – that is Verlag M in the Stadtmuseum Berlin.
Lori Kramer Nafie
Lori helps us with the proofreading for some of the english articles.
Lori first became interested in photography during a 2012 spring holiday in Italy. Since then, she’s used her iPhone and a newly acquired DSLR to capture images whenever and wherever she can. She has had work published for BlackandWhiteStreetPhotography.com and has had images featured by both Instagram and EyeEm photo sharing sites.
Lori lives and works as a software analyst in Denver, Colorado USA, with her husband Dave and a Boston Terrier named Baxter. Dave and Lori have three grown children.
Lori’s work can be found on the following sites:
Lene Basma aka son3nne
Lene writes articles from time to time for us and helps us with the proofreading for some of the english articles.
Lene has been a passionate iPhonista since 2010 and has since then used it, both to capture and make images. During these years, she has had work exhibited at invited group exhibitions in Napoli, Porto, Columbus (OH), LA and New York. In 2012 she was one of the ten finalists for Mobile Photographer of the year at the Mobile Photographer Awards, and last year she received a Julia Cameron Award for Woman Photographers for her portrait work done on the iPad.
Lene lives and works as an architect and urban planner in Oslo, Norway, with her teenage son.
Lene’s work can be found at the following sites:
Amy Leibrand, known online as @_thisspace_, describes her work as haunting, yet feminine, considering herself a manipulator of images, not a photographer. Her work in digital, film, and mobile genres has gained international attention through exhibits at the Bastille Design Center (Paris), Berlin Foto Festival, Lunch Box Gallery (Wynwood Arts District, Miami), Black Box Gallery (Portland), Soho Gallery for Digital Art (NYC), and Columbus Museum of Art. Amy has been featured in many publications, most recently the French print magazines Backlight and Réponsés Photo. In addition to her two-dimensional work, Amy also builds mechanical, interactive wood constructs that incorporate her images. She is actively involved in her local arts community, and is the founder of EXPOSURE: A Mobile Photography Exhibition. She currently resides in Columbus, Ohio.
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