iPhone in Italy

I recently spent 10 days on a pilgrimage in Italy. The trip included stops in Rome, Assisi, Florence and Venice. In addition to shooting lots of photos with my Nikon D700 camera, I used my iPhone 4 to take pictures and videos. This slide show includes photos shot with the iPhone camera as well as my ProCamera app. Some of the images are unedited. Others were tweeked using Hipstamatic, AutoStitch and PS Express.

I have found that taking photos and editing them with my iPhone is an exciting way to express my photography skills. Take a look at the photos posted below and let me know what you think.

iPhoneography in Italy – Images by Sam Lucero

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  • Awesome snaps! I’ve been shooting for 3 years with a Nikon D300 and renting a D700 when needed for low light sports assignments and photo shoots…glad to say I just received my new D700 yesterday…also upgrading from Blackberry to iPhone4 for a Father’s day gift this weekend…can’t wait to start using the iPhone4 for my take along camera….

  • Thanks for your post, Michael. The D700 is a great camera. I’m sure you’ll agree. And the iPhone4 is a real fun toy, especially the camera. As I tell people, the best camera is the one you’re carrying and more often than not, it’s my iPhone.