Something you're still learning?
Always learning. I host Meet-ups for photography workshops, photo walks, and model shoots. I also host invitational shoots for small groups. I love them. I enjoy passing on the knowledge and passion I have for the creative process and capturing that one great shot. I learn constantly from all photographers of all skills. I hosted a Balloon launch a few years ago. It was the largest group I ever hosted was 72 photographers. I learned so much after that shoot, or I noticed more, I'm not totally sure which. After this Meet-up, 240 pictures were presented, and not one of them was a duplicate. Everyone saw something different and captured it.
I am always asking questions of other photographers. Always learning. Always trying new applications as well.What advice do you have for those just discovering their passion for mobile photography?
Get a thick skin. Like all art, it is subjective to the viewer and the artist. While your art is personal, don't take the criticism personally. Photography, painting, water colouring, etc is an emotion. You created with an emotion; you hope to sell it on an emotion. Just learn to not be emotional, when anyone says to your favourite picture is not your best. Ask, learn and listen.
Always, always, experiment and try something new. Whether, it's an application, camera settings, exposure, backlighting, side lighting, contrast, angle, etc. Keep an open mind, ask questions, listen or read all you can. While photography in itself has not changed, how you capture the shot has (DSLR, Phone, Pinhole etc). Other than my clip lenses (I have nine different lenses I shoot with), I have not found a decent telephoto yet. And when it says Zoom, it isn't.Where can we see more of your amazing images?
Instagram: @noborderlens @tnkarts
(with my daughter)
Other: Under Noborderlens: Vero, G+, Steller, Instagram, Pinterest (noboderl)
T & K Arts (tnkarts) Vero, G+, Steller, Facebook, Society 6, Fine Art America