iPhone Photogs get their own Site

Are you a iPhone photography entusiast? Good news! David Cleland has created iPhoneific.com as a gallery for iPhone-created photography.

As of now, this is his gallery, but TUAW is reporting that he will be opening the site soon to public submissions. There are some rules, though. The photos in the gallery have to be directly from an iPhone. No Photoshop tomfoolery is allowed. Personally, I think that is an interesting take on the concept of photo galleries. Device specific galleries have a lot of potential to show off the capabilities and quirks of the specific lens and sensor on the selected camera.

If you’re an iPhone-using photography nerd, keep your eyes on this project, and be sure to let us know if any of your photos ever make it to the site. You can leave a message in the comment section of this post, or you can drop me an e-mail directly.

Photo Credit: Yutaka Tsutano
Article Via TUAW

Grant is a writer from Delaware. In his spare time, Grant maintains a personal blog, hosts The Weekly Roar, hosts Quadcast, and writes for video games.