Don’t miss out on one of FOTOWEEK DC’S best events! InstantDC Mobile Photo Exhibit – 11/09/11


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MOBILE PHOTO EXHIBIT
Emerging artists and cutting edge technology come together to create an amazing display of mobile photography. Come experience an innovative print show, meet the mobile photographers, and network with local advertising and photography professionals.The evening of pixel peeping and networking is presented to you by APA | DCThe DC Ad ClubInstantDC, and in partnership with FotoWeekDC.Mouthwatering food is supplied by the fine folks at Bread and Brew and the first round of drinks is brought to you byAPA|DC!APA and  Ad Club members are encouraged to email their own mobile phone images to ” info@instantdc.com (limit 5 per person) at the highest resolution possible. Images will be displayed on 42″ screens during the evening.  Please name your files using the nomenclature: “APA_LastnameFirstInitial-#.jpg” (example, “APA_SmithR-1.jpg”, “APA_SmithR-2.jpg” etc.)WHEN: Wednesday, November 9, 2011 // 6:30 ? 8:30pm

WHERE: Interface Media Group // 1233 20th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036

METRO: DuPont Circle (Red Line)

COST: DC Ad Club/APA/InstantDC member ? $20 // Non-Member ? $25

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE! (Make sure to use Promo Code “APA”)

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Iphoneography, or more broadly mobile phone photography, is a genre that has exploded in the last several years due, in part, to higher megapixel sensors, creative apps to process the images, and the highly portable nature of the devices themselves. These advancements have led to a style of picture-making that is both immediate and intimate. Every aspect of our lives, from the banal to the exceptional, are captured and digitally published in a manner that reflects our own individual aesthetic sensibilities and preconceptions of the world. Mobile photography is like a personal diary written in our own unique handwriting.

The show also demonstrates the ability of the smart phone to capture images at a quality that allows for gallery display. With resolution levels of new cameras hovering around 8 megapixels and higher quality lenses prints capturing more detail, enlargements of 16×20 and higher are attainable. The intangible is now tactile, the pixels, ink.

We hope to see you there!