SHOW HOST: Joseph Ferreira: I’m a mild mannered telephone construction worker by day, and an amateur photographer and graphic designer by night. I began my photographic journey, in 1999, when I watched my images float to the top of the photo paper in the dark room.The iPhone has been a huge influence in the way I look at photography. There is endless possibilities to what we can do with this powerful little camera, and I enjoy the reactions I get from people when I tell them what I can do with the iPhone.
SHOW CO-HOST: Dave Podnar: I’ve been interested in photography after using my grandmother’s Kodak 110 camera to take photos at Boy Scout camp back in the dark ages.
In recent years I’ve dabbled in shooting photos at wedding and showers for friends and family with a 35 mm point and shoot.
I’m a big fan of Apple products and have been an iPhone photographer since the 4s. The iPhone camera has gone from the one I used because it was the most convenient to the camera I use because it is the best one I have.
SHOW CONTRIBUTOR: Matt Hoffman: I’ve been involved in photography both professionally and as a hobby for the last 15 years. I currently shoot landscapes in New England as a serious hobby, and sell prints on my website and in area cafes.
I’ve been photographing with my iPhone for almost a year. I love being able to shoot, edit and post to the web from where ever I happen to be.
PRODUCER: Marc Sadowski is a full time photographer and graphic designer. He started his photography career working as a writer for a local newspaper. There he was bitten by a radioactive news photographer and slowly the ability of photojournalism seeped into Marc’s DNA.
Marc is a co-founder of the Tiny Shutter and also enjoys cheeseburgers.