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The iPhone 4S Wins Gold At 2012 Summer Olympics

As the 2012 Summer Olympic Games enter the final week of competition, London has clearly become the first iOlympics, and not just because all events are being streamed live for the first time. Photojournalist Dan Chung has proven the best camera of these Olympics could be the iPhone 4S, according to The Guardian. Since the Olympics began July 27, Chung has taken some of the Game’s most impressive photographs. To do so, however, he hasn’t relied on an expensive professional camera. Rather, he uses his smartphone – along with some iPhone accessories. In addition to using Canon binoculars, as well as a Schneider lens (likely from iPro), Chung uses the $4.99 Snapseed app to get each photograph just right. Here are just a few of Chung’s digital masterpieces: [caption id="attachment_327042" align="aligncenter" width="320"]Dan Chung, The Guardian Source: Dan Chung, The Guardian[/caption] [caption id="attachment_327040" align="aligncenter" width="320"]Dan Chung, The Guardian Source: Dan Chung, The Guardian[/caption] For Chung's often-updated list of photos from London, download The Guardian for iPhone app, or The Guardian Eyewitness app for iPad. Source: The Guardian
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The iPhone 4S Wins Gold At 2012 Summer Olympics

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