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On 28, Apr 2015 | No Comments | In | By mattpc

iPhone photography by Altrincham and Manchester photographer Matt Priestley

 

Since buying an iPhone 4s some 3 years ago I have almost stopped carrying any other type of camera when away from work. The quality and results achievable in the phone’s post production options are quite remarkable. I mainly use Snapseed to adjust the images which, for someone brought up on photoshop is a revelation. What would take ages in PS takes seconds in Snapseed.

Some of my favourite pictures below.

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