In just the last few years camera technology in mobile phones has grown exponentially, with the iPhone leading the way. (At least in my humble opinion) Add to the quality of photos sharing platforms like Instagram, and you have a new social movement of sharing travel experiences in real time through images. I love this way of sharing the experience because it’s an unfiltered look at travel and it usually reflects the places and activities we enjoy the most. As a project, I wanted to share with you all a few of my favorite iPhone generated images I took on a recent trip to the Spanish Pyrenees.
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7 thoughts on “iPhoneography in the Pyrenees”
Thank you so much for the shout out, Matt! I really love the collection of images you chose to share from our trip. It was a great experience and such a beautiful place. You captured it well.
Amazing photos! I am trying to use some of Kirsten’s iPhoneography tips, but still learning…
It takes practice, but she knows her stuff!
Yep, I take a ton of photos on my iPhone and Instagram and love it!
Great photos. They capture the vibe in that corner of Spain very well. …but the Spanish jamon and fois gras soup have made me extremely hungry. (*,*)
I use my Samsung Galaxy SII to take pictures. Post them via Instagram, I love the result. I even use many of them in my photobook which I always make of trips. Also on my blog and Twitter the instagrampictures are the best!!
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