n. Photography using a smartphone’s built-in camera. Also: smartphone-ography, smartphonography.

Example Citations:
Taking pictures with a smartphone has become so popular, it even has its own name: iPhoneography, or smartphoneography for those with non-Apple mobile phones.
—Nick Bilton, "Say, Can You Make Phone Calls on That Camera?," The New York Times, November 16, 2011

Also passionate about writing novels with monsters in them, smartphoneography and slow gardening.
—"About,", May 15, 2011

Earliest Citation:
As of late, I have also joined the smartphone-ography crowd with the purchase of a Sharp IS03 here in Japan.
—Joel, "l e o j," Flickr, March 10, 2008

The related term iPhoneography is not quite as old, with the earliest citation I could find coming in November, 2008:

Although the iPhone only has a 2 megapixel camera (which is fine for snapshots), it has the advantage of being more than just another camera-phone with the growing number of 3rd party photographic apps. It is with this rejuvenated interest and the availability of 3rd part iPhone apps, that I have decided to create iPhoneography, just another iPhone photography blog.
—Glyn Evans, "Welcome to iPhoneography, just another iPhone photography blog," iPhoneography, November 15, 2008

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