Here is my latest article on the history of the evolution of photography through the prism of my own personal experiences since the 1940s http://lifeinlofi.com/2012/12/24/guest-post-from-box-camera-to-iphoneography/#more-20174 In the Toronto Star Sat. Dec 22 Mia Freeman, curator of the “Faking it” exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York said, “The arrival of the camera phone is the most important development in photography since Kodak. The article linked above, ” Kodak Brownie to Iphoneography” , traces my evolution as a photographer from my first kodak Brownie in the 1940s to a life long black and white darkroom addict, to hi rez scanning and photoshop, and giclee printing, to Iphonegraphy. I illustrate by sharing one photo from my early darkroom days, then the same photo scanned and giclee’d and the same image treated with a variety of Iphone apps on an ipad. Gone are my computer, my cameras ( but for my iphone) my darkroom. I too, feel the iphone, with the array of accompanying apps is a revolution in art, as dramatic as the first photographs were to oil paintings. So too, will the iphone evolve out of traditional photography but will be forever changed, as it is, IMHO, a totally new art form. Google Carlein Van der Beek or go to the iphoneography flickr site. or visit the premier site for iphonegraphers at lifeinlofi.com.