Japanese photographer, Koichi Mitsui, expertly proves with his well composed images that despite its long list of limitations, the iPhone can certainly produce much more than merely passable pictures, with this one in particular working especially well. A feat that unfortunately I patently can’t pull off, but at the same time it’s still a device that, with the help of several solid apps, allows me to at least document daily life when the trusty DSLR hasn’t been taken out.
Resulting in photos of a sunny cycle to work.
And rather less jaunty journeys home.
With tilt-shift (more of which can be seen here) also helping create some slightly different scenes of the season.
Along with a sit down during that seemingly essential aspect of Japanese life, shopping.