Interesting new direction for the site? There are some arresting images and I greatly appreciate the links to various photographers. That is helpful backgrounding. Try as I might, though, I just can't reconcile myself to smartphone photography as something in itself rather than as a quick record, memo to self or candid of a family moment. I enjoy taking my time with a dedicated camera albeit a smaller one and accepting that I'll be passing up a lot of shots because I'll just be looking for the few which work a bit more slowly. Perhaps it's just age in my case or perhaps I like the whole ceremonial, the prep and the settings which somehow become part of the process and make the result, if it works, something more than a snap. There are some very talented smartphone photographers out there, though. I like the historian and travel writer William Dalrymple's book The Writer's Eye, all created on a smartphone. He's written well on black-and-white smartphone photography, too. That's what this might need, people from outside the photography world making a strong case. Dalrymple sees his smartphone as the modern equivalent of the classic Leica 35mm.