iPhone Photography: Forget the bulky DSLRs!

Manila Baclaran View | Photo taken using iPhone 4S

Manila Baclaran View | Photo taken using iPhone 4S

Have you ever experienced that moment when you were on the road, a party, a social gathering or wherever, and saw a capture-worthy moment and you just don’t have any nice camera with you? Well it happened to me like a million times. I don’t bring my DSLR with me always because it’s bulky. Also, when you’re in a social gathering, all you want to do is to just savor the moment, enjoy the food and the people- and carrying a big DSLR on your neck is a burden already!

Then there was iPhone 4S, sporting a much improved camera offering a whopping 8MP sensor and a couple more improvements from its iPhone 4 predecessor.

Let me tell you my experience. I’ve been very satisfied with my iPhone 4S since day 1. As someone who lives and breathes social media and photography, having this device feels like an 8 year old kid stepping on Disney Land for the first time.

With my iPhone 4S, I can instantly take a snapshot of anything I see that is worth sharing. I am a fan of Instagram, Twitter and Path so you will mostly see my daily snaps there.

The iPhone 4S’ camera quality is amazing

Yes! I have been playing with DSLRs for the past years and I can attest that the iPhone 4S is a perfect substitute to these bulky cameras. Enough said. Let me just show you some sample snaps from my iPhone 4S. These photos were processed using Instagram. Click on the image to view a better resolution.

You can also follow me on Instagram @enjayneer. :)

Quiapo Candles

Quiapo Candles

Taken at Clark, Pampanga

Taken at Clark, Pampanga

San Fernando Pampanga Sunset

San Fernando Pampanga Sunset

San Vicente Church Sunset

San Vicente Church Sunset

Rain droplets on the car window

Rain droplets on the car window

Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament, Angeles City

Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament, Angeles City

More photos from my Instagram here

One comment on “iPhone Photography: Forget the bulky DSLRs!

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