Mobile Photography Awards 2020 Cellphone Shots

“On Inle Lake” by Dan Liu on Apple iPhone11 ProMax. Winner of the Silhouettes category. Dan Liu is also the 2020 Grand Prize Winner and the MPA Photographer of the Year 2020. (Photo: Dan Liu/Mobile Photography Awards)

Great photographs are at our fingertips with the ever-improving camera phones in our pockets. However, no matter the megapixels, it still takes patience and technical skill to create amazing pictures with a smartphone. The 10th annual Mobile Photography Awards (MPA) has announced the winning images across a range of categories in addition to the prestigious titles of Grand Prize Winner and the MPA Photographer of the Year 2020.

Phone photography has become one of the most accessible digital art forms, as an increasing number of people are able to take high-resolution images with ease. For the 2020 awards, the jury selected 20 thematic category winners from 5,700 submitted photos hailing from more

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Which are the best apps to invest in cryptocurrency? - Quora

In the world of Cryptocurrency there is an emerging trend of investors turning to the Bitcoin, a method of dumping all of their existing stock holdings into one specific digital asset. As you can imagine, many large companies have been employing this method as a means of raising capital. 

There is currently no regulation in place that allows companies to dump their stocks into the Cryptocurrency exchange. This however opens up a market for smaller, inexperienced investors to enter in and create a volume of liquidity in the marketplace. The concept behind this strategy is simple; if there is a demand for certain assets then they are likely to see an increase in value in the future.

With such volatility in the stock market today, and the uncertainty of government regulation in such a volatile industry, this is a great time to invest. This is only one of the two … Read More

 

There are only 99 individual pieces made out of 33 works, baby!

Since coming into this space, starting Art For Crypto in June 2017, I’ve produced 33 works that tell the tale of crypto from many angles. They also utilize tech and certificates, as appropriate. As my works are digital originals due to the process I invented back in 2008, the most popular investment grade work has been something called a ‘re-paint.

Stereoscopic” partly made live in front of the Crypto Kingdom documentary (time 23.15) crew, hanging on the wall of Adam Williams, the co-founder of World Crypto Con in Las Vegas. He has 5 of my large works in his collection.

Compliance is the New Black” was purchased for 1 BTC by Niko De Jonghe from Blockchain Valley from Las Vegas.

What that means is that I paint, and photograph those paintings as layers, sometimes

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The “Call for Entries” has been issued by the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts juried fine art exhibition, Images 2021. This year, the exhibition will be an online event due to “coronavirus uncertainty.”

Eligible work for Images 2021 includes drawings, paintings, mixed media, photography, hand-pulled prints, watercolors, fiber, paper and digital art. Digital images of original work produced within three years ago will be accepted as well.

Submissions are open to artists whose primary residence in Pennsylvania. Adults and students between the ages of 16 and 26 are encouraged to apply.

Artists can win up to $1,800 in prizes, which include merit awards, best of show, best pastel, best drawing, best photograph and best student submission.

The juror for the exhibition will be Betsey Batchelor, an artist and teacher in Philadelphia. Batchelor is an associate professor at Arcadia University and is the head of the area of Painting

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