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In pics

iPhoneography: An experiment in pictures

Fan of Instagram? Wait until you see what this photographer has done with his smartphone and some of the latest picture apps out there…

WE’RE ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS now, right? Apps, smartphones, tiny but powerful digital cameras and other picture-taking and -enhancing gadgetry have become accessible to more and more of us amateur snappers.

Some apps are taking it a step further – such as Image Blender, Decim8, Photosynth, Shockmypic, ToonPaint, Diptic – and Richard Gray of EMPICS/PA Wire has been experimenting with them on his iPhone around London.

These are just some of the results:

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  • London skyscraper

  • Nun in Dubrovnik

  • Ravenscourt Park, London

  • Woman in hotel room

  • Trees on a suburban street

  • St Albans cathedral, London

  • Businessman

  • Breakdancer

  • St Pancras rail station, London

  • Portobello Market

  • Construction worker, Oxford Street

  • Albert Hall, London

  • Watching the 2012 Olympic marathon

  • Tube commuter

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