Misho Baranovic is a mobile photographer, writer and app developer.  He is interested in how mobile photography can be used for community building, in particular, helping people understand and express their relationship with their surroundings. Misho is also a qualified social planner and community engagement practitioner and has worked on a range of projects within the private and public sectors. 


As one of the world's leading mobile photographers, Misho's street photography has been exhibited internationally in Oakland, California (Pixels at an Exhibition, 2010), New York (EyeEm, Open House Gallery, 2010), Berlin (EyeEm, Schlechtriem Brothes Gallery, 2010), Paola, Italy (iPhoneography.eu, FIAF Gallery Arteaparte, 2011) and Sarcelles, France (Photsoc PhotSoc 2012 - International Festival of Social Photography).

In 2011, Misho exhibited photographs at the Sydney Apple Store alongside six other Australian mobile photographers. In the same year, he held his first solo exhibition, New Melbourne, at the Matt Irwin Gallery, Melbourne.

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

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 Group, an international collective of mobile photographers dedicated to promoting their work and presenting mobile photography as an important and evolving art form.


Misho recently 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.  

A full list of Misho's article are available here. 

App developer

In 2013, Misho parterned with the team from Hilo Lens to develop Perspective Correct. The app replicates a shift lens helping architectural photographers worldwide get their horizontal and verticals straight again. 

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 last year's ProBlogger conference in Melbourne, Australia.