12 responses

  1. Boris
    02/17/2012

    I like the interview a lot! Technology of iPhone to provide filters for photos is the “in” and with just a press of the button, shared.

    Principles to create a good photograph is still a must. It’s quite obvious to see who has it.

    And yes, he has a lot of cameras, wow! XD

    • ann lam
      02/17/2012

      Thanks, Boris!

  2. cantero
    11/27/2011

    You can have a look at my iphone photo work: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHruowGPD5Q thanks ans see U soon !

  3. sharon steuer (pictures & words) and jeff jacoby (sound)
    11/17/2011

    Thank you Ann! Lovely interview. Next year i want to go too…

    • ann lam
      11/18/2011

      I think this conference is the first of many to come. Thanks, Sharon!

  4. Blake Williams
    11/16/2011

    I agree with David – you really captured the spirit of the conference with this piece. @koci’s remarks that we’ve been “given back our box of crayons” has continued to resonate with me since that day, and it’s no stretch to say it has changed the way I think about mobile photography.

    • ann lam
      11/18/2011

      Thanks for reading, Blake. It’s fascinating how technology (iPhone is just one example) can change how we interact with the world and how we view ourselves.

  5. David Baer
    11/16/2011

    Excellent article! I attended the conference and think you captured it very well. It was a terrific day, from the dawn photo walk thru to the after party!

    • ann lam
      11/16/2011

      Now I’m wishing I was able to attend the party. Next conference I will for sure. Thanks, David.

  6. vanessa chan
    11/16/2011

    THIS IS AWESOME.

    • vanessa chan
      11/16/2011

      And happy birthday Ann!

      • ann lam
        11/16/2011

        Thanks, Vanessa!

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