19 Beautiful Photos Taken With an iPhone by Paul Moore

Paul Moore lives in a small town called Tullamore in the midlands of Ireland. He is married with 3 children and works as an accountant and financial advisor. Paul has always had an interest in photography and cinema, but it was only when he got his first iPhone that he really started to take a lot of photos. He currently has an iPhone 4s which has a relatively good point and click camera. While it might be nowhere near a DSLR in terms of quality, it does have it’s advantages. Paul always has it with him so he can take it out any time he sees something of interest, and due to the fact that it has a fixed lens and no optical zoom he has to work around those constraints which can lead to interesting compositions and points of view. Paul’s aim with his photography is to show of the beauty of his surroundings, in particular things and places that people might take for granted until they see them in a different way.

To see more of Paul’s work, check out his Facebook and Flickr Photostream.

Tripping Through The Bluebells

Tripping Through The Bluebells

St Patricks Day

St Patricks Day

The Lady By The Sea

The Lady By The Sea

Triangles

Triangles

Up Up And Away

Up Up And Away

Year Walk

Year Walk

Medieval Window

Medieval Window

Wild Horses

Wild Horses

Kayakers Take A Break

Kayakers Take A Break

A Run On The Beach

A Run On The Beach

Bog Cotton

Bog Cotton

A Walk In The Woods

A Walk In The Woods

Bog Boardwalk

Bog Boardwalk

Sunlight

Sunlight

Bog Oaks At Dawn

Bog Oaks At Dawn

Board Walk On The Bog

Board Walk On The Bog

Doolin

Doolin

Poppies

Poppies

Off Into The Sunrise

Off Into The Sunrise




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Elangot Allan
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hello,love your pictures.started posting pictures from my ipod touch.since its my first time blogging,I appreciate any advise you can offer.thanks

stieven plaza
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its very nice. it motivates me to become a photographer..

very amazing.

Johnson Samuel
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Superb photographs , Nice , amazing with iphone !!!!!!!

julie webber
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Just wondering which Iphone?

Melanee
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Amazing photos. Can you share what apps you use when you take these photos with your phone? I am so inspired by your work. Thanks.

Ron
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Perhaps you should change the title to ’19 photographs taken with an iPhone and heavily post-processed’. That would perhaps be a more honest description of what we have here.

Ron.

Paul Moore
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Hi Ron.

You are right. All of these photos are all edited in post production. Some to a greater degree than others. All processing is done on the phone using photo apps available for the iPhone. No external software was used.

Douglas Clarke
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I have to agree with Ron. The pictures are quite artistic but I would credit post processing with as much credit as his iphone.

Shari Brase-Smith
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These are so beautiful! What an inspiration to be able to take such incredible photos with an iPhone! Keep it up!

Janet Warren
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Lovely photos. Who cares whether they were post processed or not! I enjoyed them.

parvane
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adorable 🙂

Paul Moore
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Thanks very much everyone for all of your very kind comments. All of these photos have been edited using apps for the iPhone. Some more heavily than other. I appreciate that this is not always to everyone’s taste but it works for me 🙂 One or two people have asked about apps that I use. While there are literally hundreds available I limit myself to a very small number of apps. These are PhotoToaster, SnapSeed. AfterLight and HandyPhoto. An app that I have just gotten my hands on that has lots of potential (but I haven’t used that much yet)… Read more »
Gerry Coe
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Great work Paul, one thing I have to say about those people who are disparaging of Post Production work. If you are expecting the image that comes out of your camera to be the final finished image with nothing done to it, then you would be one incredible photographer to get a great image without any post production work. Portraits get retouched to remove blemishes, Landscapes get the sky enhanced for dramatic effect, shadows are lightened, Highlights are darkened, images are vignetted round the image to concentrate the viewer on the main subject and lots more.. and I am only… Read more »
Chuck Harber
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It is amazing what can be done with the iPhone camera and a few apps! I think it is inspirational knowing that great images can be produced without having a $1000 dollar camera and another $500 dollar lens! If you take a good photo and learn how to process it- you can make stunning images! Anyone being negative about the post processing must be jealous- the photographer said it was ALL done on the phone with apps! Keep learning my friends!

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