Cool images, taken with your cell phone #51

Cool images, taken with your cell phone #51

We're back with the 51st post in our special photographic-centric series where we present you with a number of awesome images taken by... well, you (and your cell phones).

So, which picture did you like most last time? The answer is Deepak Mohta's photo, taken with the Nokia N8. And a pretty well-deserved first place it is, we should say!

Of course, there are many other incredible images left to be seen. Let's continue with another set of 15 pics, each of which can easily convince even the most professionally-inclined photographer that cell phones are more than a toy in the camera department.

Please note that if your own awesome image is not included here, this doesn't mean that it won't end up on the site. We simply might not have gotten to it yet! So, we urge you to continue following us, as we'll be publishing more of these truly great photos in the following days and weeks.

We'd also like to remind you that you can continue submitting your cool cell phone pics to the following email address:


In order to not miss on all the glory, you also have to mention your name/nickname, as well as the phone you used to take the shots. A nice additional piece of info would be a name or a short description for the image.

With that, we now leave you with our 51st set of favorite photos...



Which photo do you like most?

1
18.94%
2
0.51%
3
6.82%
4
6.06%
5
5.81%
6
4.04%
7
1.52%
8
5.3%
9
2.02%
10
23.99%
11
3.03%
12
3.79%
13
8.33%
14
3.54%
15
6.31%

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14 Comments

1. nghtwng68

Posts: 108; Member since: Nov 26, 2009

Great photos this time around. Love 1, 4, 5, 10 & 11 especially. What kind of grasshopper is that on #11?

6. sandysingh252

Posts: 27; Member since: Nov 22, 2011

Poekilocerus pictus belonging to Family Pyrogomorphinae (known for cryptic as well as bright colours hence called Gaudy Grasshoppers are also known for “Spear” shaped heads) is commonly known as Ak Grasshopper (and one of the many Painted Grasshoppers), and is one of the most colorful grasshoppers of India!!! Searching for it since the day I clicked it, finally found the details on flickr. Thanks for liking!!!

2. triPleD

Posts: 13; Member since: Sep 13, 2012

look out dslr cameras

3. kshell1

Posts: 1143; Member since: Oct 05, 2011

Pictures by phones are absolutely amazing nowadays. There has been a major advancement over the past 2-3 years in the technology.

4. RapidCat

Posts: 351; Member since: Jun 12, 2012

where to vote nothing cool

9. SugarShockFrantic

Posts: 73; Member since: Jul 05, 2012

i agree i dont like any of them / none of them standout

5. tmcr7

Posts: 180; Member since: Nov 02, 2011

Cool pictures! Could be improved by simple cropping and rotation to straighten out the horizons. :)

7. edpad90

Posts: 23; Member since: Aug 03, 2011

Great pictures. The only thing is: how #1 can have that many people liking it? I understand that is the best camera phone in the world right now but the picture looks kinda nasty... my 2 cents.

8. nwright94 unregistered

Yay my squirrel picture made it up :)

10. Googlethis

Posts: 179; Member since: Jul 05, 2012

Number 8 ITS A SQUIRREL!!!!!!!! lol sorry had to say squirrel btw whoever took the squirrel picture nice picture

11. nwright94 unregistered

Thank you :D too bad I didn't have a phone with a better camera at the time haha

12. paulrybicki83

Posts: 1; Member since: Sep 29, 2012

Awesome my sunset picture #10 is up!!! I really like that pic and I took out right after my fiancé and I picked out a wedding venue.

13. asseek

Posts: 164; Member since: Sep 12, 2012

this time the pictures are more amazing, my best are #9 #10 #12 #13 #14

14. rchrdrdr

Posts: 5; Member since: Dec 01, 2011

#4. Trees. Serene, yet powerful.

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