Taken with iPhone

Utah Desert - iPhone 4

iPhone 4

EXIF IFD0

Camera Make = Apple
Camera Model = iPhone 4
Picture Orientation = normal (1)
X-Resolution = 72/1 ===> 72
Y-Resolution = 72/1 ===> 72
X/Y-Resolution Unit = inch (2)
Software / Firmware Version = 4.2.1
Last Modified Date/Time = 2011:07:12 14:18:22
Y/Cb/Cr Positioning (Subsampling) = centered / center of pixel array (1)

EXIF Sub IFD

Exposure Time (1 / Shutter Speed) = 1/914 second ===> 0.00109 second
Lens F-Number / F-Stop = 14/5 ===> ƒ/2.8
Exposure Program = normal program (2)
ISO Speed Ratings = 80
EXIF Version = 0221
Original Date/Time = 2011:07:12 14:18:22
Digitization Date/Time = 2011:07:12 14:18:22
Components Configuration = 0×01,0×02,0×03,0×00 / YCbCr
Shutter Speed Value (APEX) = 11469/1166
Shutter Speed (Exposure Time) = 1/914.09 second
Aperture Value (APEX) = 4281/1441
Aperture = ƒ/2.8
Metering Mode = average (1)
Flash = Flash did not fire
Focal Length = 77/20 mm ===> 3.85 mm
FlashPix Version = 0100
Colour Space = sRGB (1)
Image Width = 2592 pixels
Image Height = 1936 pixels
Image Sensing Method = one-chip color area sensor (2)
Custom Rendered = (null)
Exposure Mode = auto exposure (0)
White Balance = auto (0)
Scene Capture Type = standard (0)

EXIF IFD1

Compression = JPEG compression (6)
X-Resolution = 72/1 ===> 72
Y-Resolution = 72/1 ===> 72
X/Y-Resolution Unit = inch (2)
Embedded thumbnail image:

EXIF GPS IFD

GPS Latitude Reference = north latitude (N)
GPS Latitude = 37/1,1035/100,0/1 [degrees, minutes, seconds] ===> 37° 10.35′ == 37.1725°
GPS Longitude Reference = west longitude (W)
GPS Longitude = 109/1,5160/100,0/1 [degrees, minutes, seconds] ===> 109° 51.6′ == 109.86°

iPhone 3GS

Can you believe this was taken with an iPhone?

Can you believe this was taken with an iPhone 3gs camera? This is one of my favorite scenes at the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. Snapped while taking a break from jogging.

Camera Maker: Apple
Camera Model: iPhone 3GS
Image Date: 2010:02:18 17:04:15
Focal Length: 3.9mm
Aperture: f/2.8
Exposure Time: 0.017 s (1/60)
ISO equiv: 72
Metering Mode: Average
Exposure: program (Auto)
White Balance: Auto
Flash Fired: No
Color Space: sRGB
GPS Altitude: 208m

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3 comments

  1. I.B. Clapper

    Keep walking up that trail, and up the hill, and you run into my work building!

  2. Chris

    Where is the Chattahoochee River? The region reminds me a lot of the various places I walk around at home.

    With that said, the iPhones definitely does take amazing photographs. My girlfriend is an avid photographer herself, but on occasion she can leave her bulky camera at home and just keep her phone on her for taking pictures. This actually happened yesterday as she and my family went into New York City for the day. She asked “should I take my camera?” Generally I like keeping photographs of “big events” (like going into the city). I decided it was unnecessary to lug around though, because the iPhone takes great pictures. It is actually one of the features it has that makes it very worthwhile to purchase.

    • Emory Rowland

      Chris, it’s near Atlanta. This particular area is north in the suburbs. I am still amazed at this pic, can’t stop staring at it. I’m also glad I took this because I just went by the same area the other day and it looks like they are doing construction there.

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