20 Great Photos Taken with the iPhone

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The iPhone is considered one of the better camera phones out there, and it continues to improve with each new model. Here are 20 great photos taken with the iPhone.

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His cakes by slightly everything

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old shoes by slightly everything

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image by Mike Baird

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Breakfast and a book... utter joy! by slightly everything

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image by Mike Baird

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Linee verticali zig-zag by Mia Felicita Bertelli

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taking turns by Emily Bemily

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Love Is On The Move by Vinoth Chandar

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Daughter by Jonathan Kos-Read

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Bullet Hole in my Window by Jonathan Kos-Read

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View Of Rum From Beinn Na Cille, Kingairloch by H Matthew Howarth

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golden hour by Stefano

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Birds by Jonathan Kos-Read

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Circus Colours by Justine King

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Columns to the Clouds by Justine King

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BCN#5 by Thanawat Thiasiriphet

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sky sky flow... by GK

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Sympathy for the White by Silver Imaging

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Walk Into the Light by Greg Zehe

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My Eulogy by davidcwong888

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  1. Marco

    Wow! Amazing! It’s like taken with DSLR or digicam. That’s nice!

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  2. Apramit

    Just love the clarity :)

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  3. Leo

    Pretty inspiring photos.Thanks for sharing

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  4. Michele McCormick

    Very fun to see what the possibilities are!

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  5. Eeps

    Absolutely inspirational. May I know what apps were used?

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  6. Deon

    Excellent photographs. Creativity has NO end. It amazes me that we can capture perspectives any way we want and present it in any format.

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  7. David bise

    So beautiful

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  8. whe

    Does the iphone really do bokeh natively like that? Or is it post processed?

    Do they use the native iOS camera app? or do they use third party software that enhance the shooting abilities of the camera?

    These are nice pictures, but attributing them solely to the iphone would be like saying that a great painter was great only because it had a great brush… Reducing it to just “wow it is nice because it was made on an iphone” is awfully reductive…

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  9. Nate Kay

    Good observations whe. I’m pretty certain most users that shoot with an iPhone probably use post processing apps like snapspeed. Photos taken with the iPhone are quality enough now that you don’t see much damage to the image when post processing which is why people are doing it more. You can also add lens attachments to the iPhone like the ooclip to get different perspectives while shooting.

    It’s a matter of preference to whether these are actually true photos from the iPhone directly, but I guess we could say that about anything post processed. Photography is indeed more of an art today.

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  10. Aaron Greenwood

    Hey everyone, I am ‘Silver Imaging’ proprietor of ‘Sympathy for the White’ (above). To settle a few questions about apps etc. I predominantly use Camera+ app because of it’s AF & AE capabilities. Nearly all of the “iPhotos” I edit are edited with Camera+ app. On rare occasions I will edit with PS Express or not edit at all. With the advent of the vertical swipe to access the native camera, I have begun using it more, but still editing with Camera+ app…I swear by it!

    Thanks for all the great comments, and to PB for including my work amongst some really great, and creative iPhotos. Check out my Flickr or website for more shots; ‘Sympathy for the White’ is good, but not my best!

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