Photo: Accident #2

March 31, 2007

Accident #2

title: Accident #2
photographer: Hiroe Hasegawa
camera: Motorola KRZR K1m


Photo: Accident #1

March 22, 2007

accident #1

title: Accident #1
photographer: Hiroe Hasegawa
camera: Motorola KRZR K1m

The Blaze of the Sunrise
title: The Blaze of the Sunrise
photographer: Ritsuko Konuma of Nagomu Watanabe
camera: Motorola RAZR V3

Sunrise near Mokihana

title: Sunrise near Mokihana
photographer: Minji Park
camera: Motorola RAZR V3

Photo: Flower in the Field

February 17, 2007

Flower in the Field

title: Flower in the Field
photographer: Naoto Hirayama
camera: Sharp 705SH


February 8, 2007

I put some links at the bottom of this (home) page. I have two categories now: education and news. “News” links are stories about camera phones in various media: newspapers, magazines, etc. “Education” includes sites meant to education the reader about cell phone cameras (the wikipedia entry for “Camera Phone”, for example).

If you read any news story about camera phones or that feature camera phones, be sure to send them to me, and I will include them in the linnks (below) and write a post about it.


ph.irst f.oto

February 8, 2007

For the first photo, I have chosen a picture I took this week. Click on the photo to see it in its original size. Enjoy!
Rose #2
title: rose #2
photographer: tony donnes
camera: samsung t509

Welcome to The purpose of this blog (a photo blog, really) is to highlight the work of photographers who work in the medium of cell phone cameras. Yes, that’s right: cell phone cameras (AKA “camera phones”).

Almost everyone has a cell phone camera nowadays, but who has really experimented with the medium? What are its limits? What can be done with it? What can’t?

Because the files are so small, photos taken with cell phones are great for avatars (for chat or instant messaging) or cell phone desktop pictures. If you see a picture you like, feel free to right-click (ctrl-click on a Mac) to DL the file.

Anyone can send me a picture (or pictures). The only requirement is that the photo be taken with a cell phone camera.

Useful information to include when submitting photos:

1) Your name
2) The title of your work
3) The cell phone model used
4) Anything else you think is important (Where was the picture taken? Any impression you would like to impart on the viewer?

Have fun with your camera!