Shots taken with an iPhone by Eric Van Nynatten.

Eric Van Nynatten is a skilled photographer based in New York City. He actually shoots fashion portraits for editorials and advertising campaigns. Furthermore, he creates behind-the-scenes videos for fashion shows, international events, and art-related projects. For this personal project, Eric Van Nynatten avoided using a professional camera. Every image was taken using an iPhne (6/8 Plus). Thereafter, the photographs have been edited using VSCO & Snapseed apps for iOS. From shooting in ideal sunlit settings to low-light conditions, he wanted to see if he can achieve the same results as his full-frame mirrorless camera. Check out the selection of images below. For those of you who want to see more of Eric Van Nynatten’s photographs, please visit his website or follow him on Behance and Instagram.

Eric Van Nynatten, Shots of New York
Shots of New York.
Eric Van Nynatten, All shots are taken using an iPhone.
All shots are taken using an iPhone.
Eric Van Nynatten, Chicago & New York
Chicago & New York
Eric Van Nynatten, Chicago
Chicago
Eric Van Nynatten, More from Chicago
More from Chicago
Eric Van Nynatten, New York City impressions
New York City impressions
Eric Van Nynatten, New York City iPhone street photography
New York City iPhone street photography.
Eric Van Nynatten, Santiago Calatrava's The Oculus, New York
Santiago Calatrava’s The Oculus, New York
Eric Van Nynatten, Shot in New York
Shot in New York.
Eric Van Nynatten, Smoke in the streets of Manhattan
Smoke in the streets of Manhattan.
Eric Van Nynatten, Snapshots from New York
Snapshots from New York.
Eric Van Nynatten, The skyline of Lower Manhattan
The skyline of Lower Manhattan.
Eric Van Nynatten, Walking over
Walking over
Eric Van Nynatten, Utah & Iowa
Utah & Iowa

All images © by Eric Van Nynatten. Do not hesitate to find more talented photographers on WE AND THE COLOR. Our Photography section includes a variety of outstanding work.

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