Saxophone Player | New York, USA
A classic New York photo. Taken with ProCamera in Low Light+ Mode.
One World Trade Center | New York, United States
Rusty Door | Ellis Island, USA
Perfect early morning light. I liked how the light shines frontally on Lady Liberty.
Chrysler Building | New York, United States
Chrysler Building | New York, USA
Central Terminal | New York, United States
A long exposure of the NY skyline taken from Brooklyn using Slow Shutter Cam App
9/11 Memorial | New York, United States
Radio City Music Hall | New York, United States
Fountain spectators | Las Vegas, United States
Mirage | Las Vegas, United States
Fountains of Bellagio | Las Vegas, United States
Fountain Rainbow | Las Vegas, United States
The Bank | Rhyolite, USA
Bodie is a fascinating ghost town in California. It has been preserved in arrested decay since the 1940s. Allegedly, this was a former hotel
Lines | San Francisco, United States
Even during a day with moderate temperature beaches like this are not empty. So I used Touch Retouch App to remove 6 people from this beach to get the nice, empty beach mood.
The Seagull | San Francisco, USA
I got this shot out of a plane window after a 12 hour flight to San Francisco
Mandalay Bay Resort
During this trip to Las Vegas I started to photograph more and more with my iPhone and left the big camera in the hotel. I also experimented editing the photos right on the iPhone.
Las Vegas
If you want to experience a stunning view over Las Vegas, get up that tower. But be prepared to leave your gear, especially tripods, at the entrance. At least in 2012, they wouldn't allow me to take it up to the plattform.
Monorail Arriving | Las Vegas, U.S.A.
To see how I use an iPhone only to shoot, edit, manage and share my travel photos on the go, head over to my iPhone photography blog. Any other questions? Drop me a line!
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