The camera on the iPhone has gotten better and better with every generation of the popular smartphone, but is the iPhone ready to be your ONLY digital camera? The Guardian‘s Dan Chung has been using an iPhone 4S to document the London 2012 games, and his results are quite impressive.
Captions on Chung’s excellent photos reveal that he’s using an iPhone 4S, though his sporty snaps haven’t been achieved without the help of a few other gadgets — Canon binoculars have been deployed, as well as a Schneider lens (possibly an iPhone-adorning iPro offering) and remote triggering tech in some instances.
Chung’s photo album is available for viewing on the Guardian website.
Chung has also been using the excellent iOS image editing app, Snapseed, to give his photos a little more “oomph!” (Snapseed is available in the App Store for $4.99) The app offers some excellent tools to give your photos some extra zing.
As the iPhone has no optical zoom, only a digital option, Chung used binoculars for many of his photos.
While your average weekend pic snapper lacks the experience someone like Chung has, and of course the pro tools he used, the photo album is great proof of the iPhone 4S’ photographic capabilities.