Olympics fever is every where, we see numerous new world records breaking with every passing day. We’ve already witnessed hundreds of participants who have won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. With Olympics also come some of the best stories of all time. We see people getting married during Olympics and other athletes getting in relationships but apart from games and all the sizzling gossip we also see some amazing photography work during every Olympic games.
During London 2012 Olympics we’ve seen some of the best photography by renowned photographers from all over the world. Usually photographer who cover such huge events take pictures for their publication using top of the line DSLR camera. But this year something extra ordinary happened, Dan Chung who is a photojournalist for Guardian didn’t take picture using an expensive DSLR camera but an iPhone 4S. Yes, you read it right, he is covering this huge event by taking pictures from his personal iPhone 4S.
There’s no doubt in the fact that iPhone 4S’ camera is known as one of the best Point ‘n Shoot cameras in the world. When iPhone 4S was announced in October last year, its Camera was one of the key features Apple focused on. Apple introduced a new 5 element lens technology which produces more bright picture and details are more vivid.
Dan Chung took pictures of almost every event using iPhone 4S. But taking pictures is not the only thing he’s doing from his iPhone, he’s also processing them on iPhone using Snapseed which is considered as one of the best image processing apps available to date. He’s also using some Schneider lens and some Canon binoculars in some of his clicks. Chung is posting all his clicks on a photoblog which is continuously being updated with his work.
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