Nousheen Aquil October 25th, 2012

40 Incredible Photos Captured with SmartPhones

Smartphones have become an important element of our daily life, more important than their predecessors, the good old traditional mobile phones, to be honest. Smartphones can do so much more. They are your camera, organizer, music player, audio- or video-recorder and even replace our PCs or laptops to some extent. In this collection, we are showcasing photographs that have been captured using different smartphones.

The reason why these photographs are of excellent quality is not only that the camera used produces professional results. It is also the art of the photographer to shoot extraordinary scenes. You can have the best camera available and still create odd pictures. The photographers in the following collection combine good technical equipment and skills. What is your favorite picture? Would you recommend other sources of Smartphoneography? Have your say in the comments!

Street
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 8 Plus

Face it
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 8 Plus

Working
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 12 Pro

Cathedral
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone XR

The view
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone XS

Street
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 8 Plus

Greece
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 8 Plus

Underwater
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 8 Plus

Outside
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 8 Plus

Flower
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 8 Plus

Red
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 8 Plus

Airplane
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 7

Follower
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 8 Plus

Italy
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 8 Plus

Green
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 8 Plus

Vintage
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 7 Plus

Swimming pool reflection
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 6s Plus

Feel it
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G925F

Flower in the sunset
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone XR

Urban city
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G9730

Sunset light
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G925F

Different view
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G985F

Sea
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G996B

Flower
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-J720F

House
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G973F

High rise
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G975F

Tea
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G920F

Poland
Smartphone used: Sony Ericsson

Flower
Smartphone used: Samsung, SM-G973F

Winter
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G980F

Light in the dark
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone 11 pro

Garden
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G973W

Hong kong
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G935F

Loving nature
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G970F

Pink
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G9730

Bus
Smartphone used: samsung, SM-G9730

Mustered flower
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone X

Beach
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone X

New York
Smartphone used: Apple, iPhone X

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Nousheen Aquil

Nousheen Aquil is a web graphic designer. She loves photography, drawing and painting. She also is a contributing member of WebdesignCore , a platform that focuses on free web resources and inspiration for designers and developers.

15 comments

  1. Nice pictures. But I’d like to correct that e.g. those Sony Ericssons are not smartphones but ordinary “dumb” phones. :-)

  2. Great pictures. Don’t know, if it’s random, but the pictures I like best are all shot with an iPhone. Pretty cliched that the airplane photo was taken by a blackberry user.

    1. Hi, I had one of my photos “Amber making the most of the sunshine” that appears in the 40 photos in this article, and was taken on an IPhone 4S, enlarged to 24x24ins onto a stretched canvas, and in my opinion it is on a par in image quality with many 35mm digital SLR cameras of 7 – 10 years ago. Indeed when I compare it to some similar size images that I have on canvas that were taken with my previous camera, a 10mp Nikon d80, you would be hard pressed to tell which ones were taken with the Nikon, and which one the IPhone 4S. However put it side by side with an Image taken with a modern digital camera, such as my current camera, a Sony NEX 7, and the difference is far more apparent, with my NEX 7 winning on all counts every time. Mobile phone cameras will get better and better, and for the occasional photographer, will most likely replace their normal dedicated point and shoot. But there is always going to be a gap between the mobile phone camera and the dedicated camera as technological advances are made for both, and for the keen amateur, or professional photographer, the mobile phone camera is only ever going to be a back up if they don’t have their beloved SLR/dedicated camera to hand.

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