Marty is the Founder and Publisher of Life In LoFi, one of the earliest iPhoneography blogs. At his day job, he is a self-employed graphic designer in the Fort Worth/Dallas Metroplex. He is an avid Rangers baseball, Chicago Cubs, Packers and Highbury Arsenal fan (Yes. Highbury). In addition to capturing random moments with whatever camera is close by (usually his iPhone 5s), his other interests include coffee, film, music, and traveling in seats 5E and 5F with his fiancé.
Follow Marty on Twitter @MartyNearDFW. He rarely tweets, preferring more than 140 characters.
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Steve dabbles in print, website and graphic design, as well as videography and photography in his day job. He spends most of his time stopping his car to take photos with his iPhone. His other interests involve managing a farmers market and being a non-paid photographer in order to get into concerts and other events.
Glyn Evans is the Founder and Editor of The iPhoneography Blog.
Mel Martin is an experienced writer and photographer. He spent 6 years at TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog) writing about photography for the Mac and the increasing catalogue of iOS apps that have made the iPhone the preferred camera for so many.
Mel hails from Missouri, attended college in Iowa, and spent most of his life in journalism. He now lives in Arizona, a great place for iPhone photography.
Curator, Faved: iPhone Photos of the Week
A professional photographer for the past decade, Cindy turned to her iPhone as a creative tool in 2010 and began creating the distinctive style of art she is known for today. Since then, she has exhibited her work at galleries and museums in four countries and across the United States. She has garnered numerous awards, most recently in the Mobile Photography division of the 2013 American Aperture Awards (Ax3) where she won in the conceptual/experimental category. Her work has been published both online and in print, including Architectural Digest (November 2012 Spanish print edition). Cindy has contributed to two books on iPhoneography, including The Art of iPhone Photography – Creating Great Photos and Art on Your iPhone by Bob Weil and Nicki Fitz-Gerald (Rocky Nook) and Mobile Digital Art: Using the iPod and iPhone as Creative Tools by David Scott Leibowiz (Focal Press.) Her work is also featured in “Mobile Masters – Crossing the Threshold” by Dan Marcolina, an interactive iPad book available in iTunes. In 2013, Cindy was a presenter at the annual MacWorld/iWorld Conference in San Francisco as part of the “Mobile Masters Sessions,” the largest assemblage of iPhoneography talent and inspiration to date, celebreating a new chapter in photography’s history. Her talk was entitled, “The Fine Art of iPhoneography.” In addition to photographing weddings and portraits, Cindy is an iPad Instructor at Cooper University’s Cancer Institute as part of their Complementary Medicine Program. She is available for talks and workshops worldwide.
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David is a PC technician who enjoys technology, metal/hardcore music, gaming, and iPhoneography. He is a passionate August Burns Red fan and collector, having seen the band live over a dozen times and owns multiple copies of the band’s records. In addition to his passion for ABR, he enjoys playing Call of Duty on Xbox and various games on the iPhone and occasionally taking a cruise on a longboard.
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My name is Paul Moore. I live in a small town in the Irish Midlands called Tullamore. I am married to Karen and I have 3 children. Sean, Conor and Caoimhe. I work as an accountant and financial advisor. That is probably why I like photography so much as it is a world away from the day job. I am very lucky to be surrounded by the incredible Irish countryside. It means I am never short of subjects for photos (once the rain stops). My other interests include music, film, hiking, the great outdoors and most sports. I am a youth’s rugby coach as both my sons play rugby. I love to travel but don’t get to do much these days with a young family but that will be rectified in the years to come.
My photos have been featured in exhibitions all over the world including Miami, Orange County, San Francisco, New York, Maryland, Paris, London, New Zealand and Tullamore. I have been interviewed by Eyeem and was a featured artist on their site. I have also been interviewed by The AppWhisperer, iPhoneogneic, iPhoneography.com PhotographyBlogger.net, Art of Mob, The Journal.ie (an Irish news website) and the iPhone Photography School. I currently write a fortnightly article for the iPhone Photography School. I have also had photos featured in Shooter Magazine, the Washington Post and P1xels. I have had a number of honourable mentions in the Mobile Photography Awards and I regularly have photos included in the annual ‘Best of….’ selections for various mobile photography sites.
iPhoneographer, history lover, observer, husband, father, & apostles creed believer.
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Sid Peña began his photographic journey in 1985 when he bought a Nikon FG in Kitzingen, Bavaria, West Germany. He has worked as a photojournalist and graphic designer, among many other interesting jobs. He is currently working for a very well known computer firm in Austin, Texas. When he’s not at work he can be seen lurking around downtown with his iPhone 5, on the hiking trails of Walnut Creek with his dog, Angie or hosting a MST3K marathon at his house for fellow MSTies.
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Photographer~Blogger~Artist, I publish a weekly blog called Combo Apps: Mobile Extreme Editing. It’s basically about how I do a step by step tutorials on extreme editing with your iPhone, iTouch & iPad. There is a Flickr Group, Facebook Page, and Google Page called Combo Apps: iPhoneography Extreme Editing. You can find me on Instagram and follow me @ashcroft54. Now there’s a new Combo Apps Instagram Forum. Just follow the forum @combo_apps.
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Her working career has included such diverse occupations as Photographic Assistant, Graphic Artist, Exhibition Florist, Gilder & Frame Maker and Interior Decorator. Her work has recently been selected to hang in exhibitions as far afield as Las Vegas and Atlanta and has been regularly accepted on the prestigious iPhone art website, P1xels The Art of the iPhone. Her work can be seen on her website, fionachristianiphoneography.com.
Nox is a freelance writer and consultant from Toronto, Canada. She loves gadgets, her dog Kali and shiny things. Her most recent hobby is wheezing and expecting imminent death, which she took up unexpectedly along with jogging.
Simon is based in London, England and is obsessed with photography and light. His blog, Lightism, is due to be published in book form throughout the USA & Europe later this year. Prizes include Mobile Photography Awards, last year runner up in Professional Photographer of the Year & Sony World Photography Awards (selected from over 121,000 images from 171 countries).
A professional journalist, Dimitris Karathanos currently occupies the senior editor position at SOUL magazine, Greece. His main pastimes are running and reading. Never much of a visual person, he always preferred printed words instead, but ever since he was introduced to iPhoneography those two things have combined and now he’s got a mind like a comic book.