My love for the iPhone as a photography tool began when I took a picture of my daughter and her friend descending the stairs of my house. The light and shadows along the staircase were visually appealing to me. I was impressed with the image, and shot a few more of them. Later that week I rented a softbox and photographed them in the basement with lights and I never looked back.
I struggled for about a month with the prospect of selling my Nikon D 7000 with flash and and array of lenses so I could buy an iPad to use as the production tool and editor for the images. Obviously, I did and am glad for the decision.
The simplicity of the iPhone seems to allow me to see the images clearly. I shoot what I feel; straight photography, simple composition, lighting, texture, lines, shapes and perspective.
I relish in the ease of capturing and editing the images with the technology available through the phone device and a few additional tools and apps. The advancements with iPhone photography are tremendous. The future looks amazing and I intend to be a part of it.