2010 was, for me, very much about iPhoneography. During the year, iPhoneography seemed to go from a fun, interesting curiosity to a full-blown photography subgenre or even a 'movement', and I've become part of a vibrant community of iPhoneographers on the Internet who are pushing the boundaries of this medium and sharing their results with each other and the rest of the world. This feels like being part of something quite special, and I've met some cool new people through the community.
Towards the end of the year I created the London iPhoneography Group and I'm hoping to find the time to arrange a meet for the group sometime soon - it will be great to meet some fellow iPhoneographers in real life. I also produced a book of the best iPhone photos I took with my iPhone 3G, and I've received lots of nice feedback from people who have bought the book which makes it really worthwhile. During 2011 I hope to produce a book of photos taken with my iPhone 4.
During 2010 I've been featured in various places and had some success with contests during the year, details of which are available here (when Tumblr is working). I hope to continue this success in 2011, but the most important thing for me is to keep trying to create interesting iPhone photos and share them with others, and also to keep being inspired by the amazing things other iPhoneographers are doing. Long may it continue!