Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

These 35 Stunning Photographs Prove That An iPhone 6 Is The Only Camera You’ll Ever Need.

Imagine being able to create an instant connection with someone anywhere on the planet with something as simple as a photograph taken on an iPhone.

To encourage iPhone users to take full advantage of their camera, Apple has launched World Gallery. The site features owners from all over the world sharing their amazing photographs captured with their smartphone.

Thanks to Apple’s advanced technology, you now no longer need to spend thousands of dollars for a high-end camera to capture high resolution photos. All you need is your iPhone 6 to accomplish what only a couple of years ago, tech-gurus were able to do.

The pictures offer an incredibly unique perspective as well as showcase the remarkable artistry of everyday people armed with their iPhones. There is no doubt these images will inspire you to grab a few snaps to share with the world.

#1. Shooting from an upward angle in a narrow passage creates an intriguing perspective. In this photo, the angle captures not only the buildings’ looming presence but also a soft strip of sky that illuminates them.

Shooting from an upward angle in a narrow passage creates an intriguing perspective. In this photo, the angle captures not only the buildings’ looming presence but also a soft strip of sky that illuminates them.

Frederick K.

#2. Finding unexpected whimsy in a scene can make a photo more appealing — like this combination of nets, boats, and fishermen.

Finding unexpected whimsy in a scene can make a photo more appealing — like this combination of nets, boats, and fishermen.

Francis O.

#3. Finding angles that create visual separation between different elements of a scene can help highlight their details. The sharp lines of the horizon, street, and shore draw the eye in for a closer look.

Finding angles that create visual separation between different elements of a scene can help highlight their details. The sharp lines of the horizon, street, and shore draw the eye in for a closer look.

Chris C.

#4. Establishing a central focal point can have dramatic impact. Here, wispy clouds lead the eye to the hut and create a stronger sense of focus.

Establishing a central focal point can have dramatic impact. Here, wispy clouds lead the eye to the hut and create a stronger sense of focus.

Cole R.

#5. You can use composition to tell thought-provoking stories. In this photo, a solitary human figure against a backdrop of sky creates both scale and a sense of isolation.

You can use composition to tell thought-provoking stories. In this photo, a solitary human figure against a backdrop of sky creates both scale and a sense of isolation.

Cole R.

#6. Sometimes the best shots aren’t planned. The bird flying through this photo adds a sense of scale and surprise to an iconic view, making the whole composition more interesting.

Sometimes the best shots aren’t planned. The bird flying through this photo adds a sense of scale and surprise to an iconic view, making the whole composition more interesting.

Shan L.

#7. When photographing a flat landscape, focusing on foreground elements — like the partially inflated balloons in this photo — helps create greater depth of field.

When photographing a flat landscape, focusing on foreground elements — like the partially inflated balloons in this photo — helps create greater depth of field.

Ahmed A.

#8. Sometimes the physical elements in a scene, like the car window and side mirror here, can frame a photo.

Sometimes the physical elements in a scene, like the car window and side mirror here, can frame a photo.

John L.

#9. Capturing fleeting moments of everyday magic like this rainbow can paint a scene in a new light.

Capturing fleeting moments of everyday magic like this rainbow can paint a scene in a new light.

Bao L.

#10. Filling the frame with the subject can help the viewer focus on its details — like the texture of the reindeer’s fur and antlers.

Filling the frame with the subject can help the viewer focus on its details — like the texture of the reindeer’s fur and antlers.

Alastair

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