OUR smartphone photo competition finished yesterday – showing just how far the cameras have come in the last decade.
From monks walking over a wooden bridge in Cambodia, to a cheeky cat grinning for the camera, we have been blown away by the incredible entries and will be announcing the winner soon.
Buddhist monks cross a rickety bridge in Cambodia[/caption]
The Sun’s legendary royal photographer Arthur Edwards says: “The standards are very high and I’m extremely impressed. I’ve got great faith in the iPhone and think it’s a brilliant camera.
“Used properly, you can get the greatest picture in the world. My favourite is the close-up of the flying ant – I would have been pleased to have taken it myself.”
Georgette Culley and Katy Docherty present some of the best snaps.
A Bengal cat grins as it sits on the roof[/caption]
Swooping birds in Nuremberg, Germany[/caption]
Musician and puppet at Columbia Road Flower Market, East London[/caption]
Our clever reader captures his wife ‘holding’ the sun while it sets over Peroulades, Corfu[/caption]
Adorable French bulldog Hugo strikes a hilarious pose on his birthday celebration[/caption]
Enchanting sunset at Pitstone Windmill, Bucks[/caption]
Boats at Kassiopi, Corfu, as the sun goes down[/caption]
The photographer’s daughter admires the view on a cruise ship near Corsica[/caption]
Kids are blown away by a performer and his bubbles during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival[/caption]
Winged bug poses on photographer’s lens ball at Lossiemouth beach, Moray[/caption]
The Thames snakes through Richmond Hill, South West London[/caption]
A beautiful but extremely windy day at Pen Y Cloddiau in the Clwydian mountain range, North Wales[/caption]
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