iPhone Photography Displayed At Fox Talbot Museum

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Sometimes it is not about the camera!  Nettie Edwards shoots her photos solely with an iPhone 4s!

Nettie Edward describes herself as

an IPhonegrapher, Mobile Artist, Digital ScrapSmith, Genealogist, Vegetable Gardener and Slug Slayer

Edward’s multi faceted work includes portraits, architecture, abstract shapes and more. The Fox Talbot Museum will display a selection of her best landscape and architectural works in the exhibition “Arrangements in Black and Grey: Black and White Photography in the 21st Century”.

Nettie Edwards

Nettie Edwards

Nettie Edwards

all images © Nettie Edwards

You can find more of her wonderful work here on Instagram and on her blog.

Arrangements in Black and Grey opens on 12 April 2013 and runs until 22 September 2013. Normal admission charges apply. NT members and under 5s free. For opening times and further information please see www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lacock.


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