A big selling feature of the new Apple iPhone 4S is its much-improved camera. It is a great camera, and is quickly closing in on the pocket camera market. Although it wouldn't replace my pocket camera in terms of quality, especially in low light, its incredibly convenient and does a terrific job in bright, daylight conditions.
With my Nikon still in the shop, I took the dog for a walk through Madison Square Park yesterday and shot a few photos. All of these were shot and edited on the iPhone, then uploaded to Flickr via the Mac.
Walking along 26th Street just north of the park (click to enlarge)
Around the fountain on the north end of the park (click to enlarge)
An HDR photo of the Flatiron Building taken using the HDR Pro app (not the built-in HDR function, click to enlarge)
If you're ambitious, you can fiddle with your iPhone preferences files to enable a hidden panoramic camera function. Its neat, but has some limitations. My guess it was deemed not ready for primetime.
A panorama shot with the hidden built-in panorama gizmo (click to enlarge)
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