You might recognize Lisa Bettany from her ridiculously great Instagram account, or her famous app, Camera+. Either way, she's done a lot to both show and help the state of the art of photography on iPhone. Her latest blog post, though, goes back in time to 2011 to show when iPhone 4s was state of the art — and what could be done with it.
From Mostly Lisa:
A few years ago, I set off on an incredible around the world adventure attempting to capture 15 countries with my iPhone 4S and my app, Camera+. I never got around to sharing all the behind the scenes videos, so I thought I would start now despite the slightly datedness of using an "ancient" iPhone model.
Lesson learned: Even if you have an older or hand-me-down iPhone you can still capture amazing photos and more — you can make art.
Check out all of Lisa's photos and then get out there and shoot some more of your own.
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