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A Proof That You Don’t Need A Fancy Camera To Take A Perfect Shot (24 pics)

Posted in Arts » Photography   19 Jul 2016   / 4301 views

The winners of the 9th Annual iPhone Photography Awards have been announced. This award collects the best photos of the world taken with just an iPhone. Here are some of the best iPhone photos of this year. They actually prove that one does not need a super expensive camera to take amazing pictures.
 

Erica Wu From San Francisco Ca, United States, 1st Place, Animals

Fugen Xiao From Guangdong, China, 1st Place, Travel

Yongmei Wang From Chongqing, China, 2nd Place, Sunset

Siyuan Niu From Xinjiang, China, Grand Prize Winner

Junbiao Cai From Guangdong, China, 3rd Place, Animals

Jian Wang From Beijing, China, 1st Place, Architecture

Shiyang Han From Beijing, China, 3rd Place, Travel

Xia Zhenkai From Guangdong, China, 1st Place, People

Robin Robertis From Carlsbad Ca, United States, 2nd Place

Junfeng Wang From Shanghai, China, 1st Place, Nature

Lone Bjorn From Zurich, Switzerland, 1st Place, Flowers

Victor Kintanar From Cebu City, Philippines, 1st Place, Trees

Nazaret Sanchez Rodriquez From Tarragona, Spain, 2nd Place, Landscape

Jinsong Hu From Kunming, China, 3rd Place, Abstract

Junfeng Wang From Shanghai, China, 1st Place, Nature

Nick Ryan From Sydney, Australia, 1st Place, Sunset

Andrew Montgomery From Hampton Wick, United Kingdom, 1st Place, Food

Elaine Taylor From United Kingdom, 1st Place, Portrait

Rithwik V.j From Tamil Nadu, India, 3rd Place, Lifestyle

Wen Qi From Guangdong, China, 1st Place, Still Life

Yuki Cheung From Hong Kong, 1st Place, Lifestyle

K.k From Changsha, China, 1st Place, Children

Carolyn Mara Borlenghi From Florida, United States, 3rd Place, Photographer Of The Year

Patryk Kuleta From Warsaw, Poland, 1st Place, Photographer Of The Year













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yhamster 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
IDGI.

If the iPhone is NOT "super expensive" then what IS it?

I think the iPhone counts as a "super expensive camera"...
       
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Fats-T 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
An iPhone is roughly $700-$900 give or take. You could probably get a descent entry level DSLR for that. Mid range DSLRs will run you $1000-$3500 or so for a body + lens kit. High end professional DSLRs run you between $4000-$8000 for the body + at least $1000 for a good lens. Medium format digital cameras, like a Hasselblad, can run you upwards of $50000. Yeah, I don't think an iPhone is a "super expensive" camera.
       
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laughinggas 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Right time and place and yes you can get a good shot.
       











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