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Pixels: The Art of iPhone Photography at OCCCA

Posted in Photograph Exhibits, Photographers, Photography, tPE members by douglaspstockdale on April 2, 2011

Opening tonight – Pixels: The Art of iPhone Photography at OCCCA

Exhibiting the beauty and edginess that comes out of the minds of some of the world’s best iPhone photographers, OCCCA is excited to present Pixels: The Art of iPhone Photography.

All of the photos in this exhibition were shot and processed using an iPhone camera. Unique vision along with the vast selection of photo-processing applications available on the iPhone has allowed each artist to create stunning images which reflect their true personalities. From minimal to abstract, black and white to extreme color, subtle to hard graphic, true emotion can be found in these photos.

With the advent of digital photography, the art form went through an enormous revolution, one which was not at first fully embraced by the chemical-clad photographic community. Over time, tolerance of this new method of capturing light became more common, and digital photography has since been thrust into acceptance, even by hard core traditionalists. Since then, the cameras themselves have undergone numerous refinements, and now, with the addition of smartphones to the light-gathering lineup, it’s possible to shoot, process, and upload photos to the world right from the palm of your hand.”
-Curator Jeff T. Alu

Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (OOCCA)
117 North Sycamore, Santa Ana, CA. 92701 USA
In conjunction with the Santa Ana Artwalk
Event Invite: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=153914221337156

Exhibition dates: March 31 – April 28, 2011
Opening: Saturday, April 2, 2011, 6 PM-10 PM
Curated by Knox Bronson, Jeff T. Alu, Daniel Berman, and Maia Panos

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