Here's a photo I took with the iPhone the other day at the 42nd street subway station in New York. Two things come to mind when I look at this photo: 1) I continue to be surprised at the quality of the iPhone can produce. There's plenty of noise in the picture above, but given how little light there was at the station, this is not bad at all. 2) the iPhone really does a great job as a handy camera for street photography (like many other smartphones, I'd imagine). It's discreet and its functions ambiguous, which makes it easy to shoot unnoticed.
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