Photos by Macworld/iWorld speaker Jack Hollingsworth. Hollingsworth worked as a comercial photographer for 30 years. According to his iWorld biography, Hollingsworth believes that the "iPhone may just be remembered as the most influential capture device ever in the history of photography."

The annual Macworld/iWorld conference will dedicate an entire day to iPhone photography this year. The conference formerly known as the Macworld Expo is taking place in San Francisco from January 31-February 2. In the past, the Macworld Expo hosted official Apple product announcements and company status reports. Now, the event functions as a fan center to learn about third-party innovations from app developers and accessory manufacturers. 

Macworld/iWorld’s iPhoneography day will cover a wide range of mobile photography topics—from street photography to iPhoneography for fine art, as well as tutorials on app techniques and accessory demonstrations. Speakers include old-school commercial photographer turned iPhonography expert Jack Hollingsworth, Emmy-award winning multimedia storyteller Richard Koci Hernandez and Adobe representatives Julieanne Kost and Russell Brown.

The iPhoneography "Mobile Masters Sessions" will be hosted as a special event on January 30—the day before the official start of Macworld/iWorld. We will be there to cover all 13 hours of the iPhone photography event.

Read more about the iPhoneography day at Macworld/iWorld here.