Photographer, Lisa Bettany is setting off on an around the world with just an iPhone to capture photos for her first travel photography book. Inspired by the freedom and creativity of iPhoneography, Lisa is leaving her expensive professional camera gear at home for the adventure of a lifetime.

photos from Argentina

sky above Recoleta

February 28, 2012

grave

February 28, 2012

Recoleta

February 28, 2012

Cementerio de la Recoleta

February 28, 2012

spiderwebs

February 28, 2012

Floralis

February 28, 2012

perched

February 28, 2012

flight

February 28, 2012

barbed wire

February 27, 2012

tango painting

February 27, 2012

Obelisk of Buenos Aires

February 27, 2012

end of days

February 27, 2012

A shot rang out and hundreds of pigeons flew over this fence in front of Casa Rosa. Quite an eerie moment.

tomates

February 25, 2012

vroom

February 25, 2012

telephone?

February 25, 2012

steel

February 25, 2012

peaches

February 25, 2012

Mercado de San Telmo

February 25, 2012

Floralis Genérica

February 25, 2012

I waited a long time for this shot. When I arrived it was grey and cloudy, but I hoped that as the sun set it would eventually break through the clouds. Generally sunsets get better with time. It’s always the very last few seconds that produce the most vibrant colours. So I waited and waited with my tiny iPhone tripod set up on moderately smelly garbage can. Glamorous. Eventually, the sun broke and I feverishly snapped off about 30 shots while it lasted. And within a minute or two, it was gone. For the above shot, I used the Olloclip wide angle lens to get more of the sky in the shot.

La Boca tango dancers

February 25, 2012
Buenos Aires, Argentina

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