Jack Hollingsworth, Leading Authority on iPhone Photography For Discerning Photographers.
Jack Hollingsworth, one of the most recognized names in Travel, Lifestyle and Portrait photography today, has been a staple in the photography industry for 40 years, eight of which have been dedicated to smartphone photography and videography. Hollingsworth is a trusted consultant for mobile photography and app-focused companies and is known for his instructional tutorials in the iPhone Photography space-including his “Picture Perfect” series for Adorama TV and ongoing training for Camera+.
Jack is followed by over 50k photography fans on Twitter and 8k users on Instagram, and was recently ranked in Eyefi's top 100 most socially influential photographers and in Chilli sauce's top 100 travel photographers of 2015. His most recent work includes his "I Found Love" video from his recent trip to India (shot with iPhone), "See the World" featuring 30 years and 900+ DSLR images in 3 minutes, and "iPhoneography by Jack Hollingsworth," which premiered at MacWorld 2013. Hollingsworth is a regular speaker at Apple stores and his work has appeared in the #shotoniPhone campaign.
And he is working on a second book called, ‘iPhone Photos That Don’t Suck” (2020)
Jack is more recently working on a set of new online courses aimed at consumer and prosumer iPhone Photographers.
When not traveling the world, he calls Austin home, is an unapologetic pescatarian, the father of two beautiful daughters, drinks Mexican import beers, likes the top half of poppyseed bagels, is a sucker for period movies, loves design, is infectiously passionate, a bike-rider, a folk music devotee, born and raised on Cape Cod and an old-school gentleman.
Press Links & Resources:
How To Take better iPhone photos This Year
This Week In Photography (podcast)
Interview with Frederick Van Johnson
How To Get The best Photos From Your iPhone
iPhone Conversion video (how he came to love his iPhone camera)
Camera Corner: iPhone
iPhone Photography Tutorials
The Joy of iPHOTOGRAPHY (Book)