1. Andrea O'Reilly, @dappledowl
Andrea from Sydney enjoys photographing suburban streets and playing with shadows.
2. Benjamin Rigby, @brigby
Benjamin from Melbourne specialises in mobile, street and portraiture photography.
3. Clare Bardsley-Smith, @clarebardsleysmith
Clare finds that using her iPhone for photography is liberating.
4. George Byrne, @george_byrne
This Sydney-born photo artist now resides in Los Angeles and seeks the subliminal and sublime in everyday life.
5. Jason McCawley, @mccawleyphoto
As a news and sport photographer, Jason finds that snapping with an iPhone for street photography allows for anonymity.
7. Kim Walvisch, @sublurb
Kim's mission is to document Melbourne's quaint suburban streets before they are knocked down by modern developments.
8. Luke Cody, @lukejamescody
Melbourne-bred Luke has since moved to London and uses his daily commute as his canvas for his photography.
9. Simon Breen, @sibre
Simon’s craft has evolved from using a borrowed Olympus Trip 35mm at an early age to now shooting almost entirely on mobile.
10. Thomas Lim, @thomaslimphotography
Thomas says photography through a mobile phone allows him to be "present yet absent at the same time."