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iPhone photography in South Africa

  • On May 17, 2011
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With the advent of apps like Instagram on the iPhone, it looks like iPhone photography is taking off in a big way in South Africa.  Everyone who has an iPhone should have already downloaded Instagram, and be snapping & uploading pics of their cats & sunrises.

But there are so many more apps out there that do better jobs and there are a couple of really great iPhone photographers out there. Over the next few weeks I’m going to be building up a list of some of the best “iPhoneographers” in South Africa, as well as showcasing some of the best iPhone camera & editing apps.

If you have any suggestions of  some of the best iPhone Photographers in SA, then please leave a comment below, and I’ll try and get in touch with them. If you think your iPhone photography is hot, then please feel free to let me know. Also, if you have any apps you think are a must have for iPhone photography, please leave a comment below, and I’ll showcase them as well.



  1. Hey Marc,

    Camera + is a must have app. Has a bunch of amazing settings and also allows for uploads to Twitter, Facebook and Flickr


  2. Lukie

    Hey Marc,

    I think I follow you on instagram…any case, perhaps check out some of my pics if you want to @ lukiedebeer on instagram.


  3. Adrian

    Hi Marc,
    Although it’s a little cheesy, I love Hipstamatic for fun vibrant shots once in a while. Also, for post editing, Adobe’s PSExpress is also pretty good.

    Cheers, Adrian

  4. Marc,

    Pano and Hipstamatic my favs. An for vids 8mm. And for ease Posterous, albeit they always was easy as one can email post pics.

  5. Adrian

    Howzit again…
    Here’s a link to some of my iPhone photography I posted on FB:

    Lightning shot with my iPhone4:

    Some shots of the U2360 concert all taken with iPhone as well:


  6. Adrian

    …P.S. I second Simon’s recommendation for Pano – a definite must-have for panoramic shots. I’ve used it on a number of occasions (including one of the shots in the U2360 set in the above link).

  7. Instagram, is indeed a great app.

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