The poor old iPhone camera sometimes gets a bad rap; after all, no matter what iteration of the handset you've invested in, you've got a maximum of 3.0-megapixels and a very limited array of shooting options to play with. That's what makes these photos taken using an iPhone and assorted apps all the more impressive; proving that old adage that a poor workman always blames his tools.
Diva publishes her iPhone photos to her blog, iPhoneEyeWithMyLittleEye. She takes all the photos with her iPhone 3GS and uses simple Photoshop filters to overlay different images. In this photo, I love how the individual elements, like the light of the sunset and the detail of the raindrops on the window and that abstract building on the left, all come together.
Diva says of the iPhone camera, "There is something precise about this little camera that captures color, movement and the instant in a way that can be realistic, dream-like, or at times distorted." A pretty beautiful way to look at a crappy 3.0-megapixel phone camera.
[quote via TheImagist]