04.10.13 by Jeff

100-50-1: Fifty of the World’s Most Talented Mobile Photographers

100-50-1 Photo Fifty of the World's most talented mobile photographers

100 portraits. 50 photographers. 1 camera. 100-50-1 is a photo exhibition opening next month in San Francisco produced in conjunction with The NWBLK. The show features the work of fifty of the world’s most talented mobile photographers. By mobile photographers I mean photographers who shoot on mobile phones.

Money raised from the sale of the exhibition catalog will go towards a charity called 100cameras which empowers kids around the world, through photography.

The roster for this show is kinda insane, most of the heavy hitters on Instagram are in this show. Take a look at the full list below (with links to each photographer’s Instagram in case you wanna follow them, not that they need anymore followers, but do it anyways).

 

Cole Rise

Chris Ozer

Pei Ketron

Chris Connolly

Tony Cross

Paul Octavious

Cory Staudacher

Cubby Graham

Jared Chambers

Adam Smith

Michael Tucker

Theron Humphrey

Timothy McGurr

Tyson Wheatley

Lauren Marek

Hiroaki Fukuda

Laura Pritchett

Leila Peterson

Laura DeAngelis

Amanda Jasnowski

Benjamin Heath

Frank Ockenfels III

Jarrod Renaud

Brenton Clarke

Travis Jensen

Joshua Allen Harris

John Keatley

Simone Bramante

Ravi Vora

Jimmy Marble

Michael Giroux

Marya Pacific

Emily Blincoe

Eelco Roos

Chuck Lang

Richard Koci Hernandez

Gabriel Flores

Lucio Bracamontes

Heidi Lee

Allie Anderson

Branden Harvey

Trey Hill

Jessica Zollman

Dirk Dallas

Keith Weaver

Lauren Lemon

Daniel Dent

James Lacroix

Taylor Painter

Chris Schoonover













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Alej Perez

    Sounds exciting!

  • tracymg

    12 out of 50 are female – how about start having more parity in these types of competitions/exhibitions??





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