This Saturday (17th November 2012), the UK's leading national broadsheet, The Guardian, publishes a supplement on photography, which includes a section devoted to mobile photography. The section is written by London iPhoneographer, Richard Gray, and it gives a detailed analysis of photography's youngest and most vibrant sub-genre. The section looks at why mobile is such a popular sub-genre, how it is shaking up photography, how business is using it, some of the key movers in the genre and the various killer apps that are driving its popularity. The inclusion of a specific section on iPhoneography in such a serious photography review is perhaps a mark of where our sub-genre is today. If you'd like to read the full article, pick up a copy of The Guardian, this Saturday.