The iPhoneographer’s Network is now live.

The iPhoneographer’s Network is the new social network from the publishers of the iPhoneography blog and Life in LoFi. It is now live and you are invited to join and connect with the many other iPhoneographers from around the globe. It’s free to join and addicting to use.

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Created by Glyn Evans, the founder of the iPhoneography blog, and Marty Yawnick, publisher of Life in LoFi, the iPhoneographer’s Network (TiPN) is set to become the worlds largest social meeting place dedicated to like minded people who are interested in taking and editing photos with Apple’s iPhone, iPad and/or iPod Touch.

The iPhoneographer’s Network (TiPN) is like a micro-Facebook for iPhoneographers.

“Glyn and I worked hard to make sure that many of the features found in Facebook are found in TiPN,” says Life In LoFi’s Marty Yawnick. “Facebook is a great social network. We tried hard not to reinvent the wheel.”

“Where the network really excels is making it easy for iPhoneographers to connect, discuss and share with other iPhoneographers and app developers,” says The iPhonegraphy Blog’s Glyn Evans.

TiPN offers fewer distractions for those who want to discuss and share iPhoneography. A few of the features of the new network are:

• The Wall. It behaves just like Facebook. See messages from friends, groups, and fourms that you follow.

• Groups. TiPN already has dozens of focused discussion groups, including such varied topics as Hipstamatic, Instagram, TiltShift Photography, B&W Photography, many regional iPhonegraphy groups and many other topics.

• Photo Sharing. For photo sharing, TiPN has incorporated Flickr into its main page. Images from the TiPN Flckr Group can be uploaded by members. They appear in a widget that all members can see on their Main Page. The TiPN Flickr group is supported by the free FlickIt photo app for easy uploading and sharing.

• Forums. The Discussion Forums of TiPN are like a web bulletin board on iPhoneography steroids. Discuss with iPhoneographers and developers a wide range of topics in a bigger forum than Facebook-style groups. The forums also have a dedicated call for entries category, so iPhoneographers have one central location to go to to find out what shows are seeking submissions and all the details.

• Events. TiPN has an Event’s widget that members can use to promote their own gallery shows and exhibitions.

• Live Chat. Like Facebook, you can chat with other members online in real-time, either in private or in a public setting in the network’s Main Room.

There are a lot other features with many more in the works.

The iPhoneographer’s Network was created by the two leading iPhone photography blogs and tested by hundreds of social network savvy iPhoneographers. It’s free to join and open to iPhoneographers worldwide now.

Click here to go to The iPhoneographer’s Network.