After following photographers she admired on Instagram, Hannah Argyle was inspired to take her photography to the next level. Her work is a wonderful look at life in the British Midlands.
What does mobile photography mean to you?
Mobile photography has opened my eyes to a world, that a year ago, I was oblivious to. Through following photographers I admired on Instagram, I began to think more about composition, and realized that an interesting crop and editing can make a huge difference to an image. I have taken part in several daily projects on Instagram, which encouraged the creative side, and until recently I took everything with my iPhone. However, after buying a second hand DSLR and having two lessons I am increasingly in love with the subtlety and precision you can achieve. I find PicTapGo really enables me to enhance the light in my pictures.
What is your favorite PicTapGo feature?
I edit everything with my iPhone, and I love working with PicTapGo. Possibly, my favorite feature is that the sliders are very sensitive. I also love the way the filters can be layered as many times as you like without having a bring up a new file each time. I think the filters are very sympathetic, and I can enhance an image in a way that really suits my style, whereas I find other editing apps a little heavy handed.