Every day, millions of photos are taken around the world, and a good chunk of those are taken on an iPhone. It's no wonder why — the iPhone is super portable, has an amazing iSight camera and an incredibly easy to use Camera app. Combine that with the ability to share photos instantly via Twitter, Instagram and other social networks, and you have the perfect solution for capturing and publishing any moment imaginable. So, each week we're going to scour the social networks for uplifting, inspiring, touching, and all around amazing photos using #iphone #iphoneography #vscocam and similar hashtags and embed the best of what we find. And since iMore has an Instagram account now, if you really want to get our attention and get featured, use #imoregram to make sure we don't miss it. Enjoy!
Remember to tag your photos with #iphone #iphoneography (and especially #imoregram if you want to make it super easy!) for next week. And if you want to take your iPhonegraphy to the next level, check out:
- How to use Camera for iPhone and iPad: The ultimate guide
- iPhone photography: The ultimate guide
- Best camera apps for iPhone
- Best photo filer apps for iPhone
- Best photo editing apps for iPhone
What was your favorite iPhone (or iPad — we don't judge!) photo of the week? Drop a link in the comments below!
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