Misho Baranovic is a photographer and community engagement practitioner focusing on social connectivity facilitated by mobile technology. 


Misho's street photography has been exhibited internationally in New York (EyeEm, Open House Gallery, 2010), Berlin (EyeEm, Schlechtriem Brothes Gallery, 2010), Paola, Italy (iPhoneography.eu, FIAF Gallery Arteaparte, 2011), Sarcelles, France (Photsoc 2012 - International Festival of Social Photography) and Minsk, Belarus (Transition, Y Gallery of Contemporary Art, 2014). 

In 2012, Misho curated (with Oliver Lang) the Instaburb book project, documenting Australian suburbia through Instagram.

In 2013, Misho curated participatory photography shows MobFORMAT: The Press for FORMAT Festival in Derby, United Kingdom and Backyard for Head On Photo Festival in Sydney, Australia.

In 2014, Misho returned to Head On Photo Festival to help launch the world's first mobile prize category in an international photo festival.  He also undertook two PhotoVoice projects, 60 Days of Art with staff and patients at Western Hospital and A Shot at Work with new migrants from Melbourne, Australia. 

Misho has been featured on ABC Television’s Art Nation and Photo Finish and in media publications The Australian, The Age, Virgin Australia's Voyeur Magazine, the debut issue of And Now It's In Print, Radiate Magazine, and Stated Magazine

He is a founding member of Mobile Photo Network,  a collaboration with Oliver Lang which explores the photographs, cultures and communities created through the use of connected mobile devices.


Misho published his first eBook with Digital Photography School: iPhone Photography: How to Shoot, Edit and Share Great Photos.  The eBook is a definitive guide on how to take creative control of the iPhone camera.

He is also the Chief Blog Editor for the ProCamera App and is a featured contributor for Digital Photography Review's Connect site which explores, explains and embraces the social, mobile, app-driven, connected side of contemporary photography.  

Workshops and lectures

Misho is available for teaching and speaking engagements. He has taught workshops on mobile street photography for the Monash Gallery of ArtNMIT, and EyeEm in Berlin.  Misho also presented at the 2012 ProBlogger conference in Melbourne, Australia.