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Instagram Photobook

Out of the Phone, is the first book of its kind, it compiles inspiring moments from 2014 taken by 100 photographers all over the world on Instagram.

Social media continues to explode with photography, with about 60 million photos posted every day on Instagram (near enough 700 photos per second!). Four years since its start, Instagram has given birth to the first printed book of art photography. Out of the Phone is a collection of just mobile photography, all submitted using the hashtag #outofthephone.

Out of the Phone project was started by Pierre Legovic, Pierres had this idea for a while, he wanted a way to extract instant art from the overwhelming digital flow, and a way of showing new emerging talent support. The book however is a mix of both established photographers and beginners.

“It’s so satisfying that we received a good mix of professional photographers and beginners who may have discovered photography with the iPhone but have a great eye.”

Below is a small collection of the 100 best photos!

Rue des petits-champs, Paris, France. Taken on 12 May 2014 by @frommywindows. Photograph: Stéphane Arnaud/Out Of The Phone

Rue des petits-champs, Paris, France. Taken on 12 May 2014 by @frommywindows. Photograph: Stéphane Arnaud/Out Of The Phone

The real Batman hides in the shadows, Montreal, Canada. Taken on 28 July 2014 by @dan_cristea. Photograph: Dan Cristea/Out Of The Phone

The real Batman hides in the shadows, Montreal, Canada. Taken on 28 July 2014 by @dan_cristea. Photograph: Dan Cristea/Out Of The Phone

Breeze, Los Angeles, USA. Taken on 4 September 2014 by @koci.  Photograph: Richard Koci Hernandez/Out Of The Phone

Breeze, Los Angeles, USA. Taken on 4 September 2014 by @koci.
Photograph: Richard Koci Hernandez/Out Of The Phone

Elif Suyabatmaz is based in Istanbul and is a member of the Tiny Collective, formed in 2012 to celebrate mobile photography. Photograph: Elif Suyabatmaz/Out Of The Phone

Elif Suyabatmaz is based in Istanbul and is a member of the Tiny Collective, formed in 2012 to celebrate mobile photography. Photograph: Elif Suyabatmaz/Out Of The Phone

The end of free will, Kerford Road Pier, Melbourne, Australia. Taken by @lafletcher. Photograph: Jason Flett/Out Of The Phone

The end of free will, Kerford Road Pier, Melbourne, Australia. Taken by @lafletcher. Photograph: Jason Flett/Out Of The Phone

Pear tarts, Melbourne, Australia. Taken on 2 November 2014 by @marielaangela. Photograph: Mariela Angela/Out Of The Phone

Pear tarts, Melbourne, Australia. Taken on 2 November 2014 by @marielaangela. Photograph: Mariela Angela/Out Of The Phone


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