A couple of weeks ago we released a new iOS app packed with exciting features like a built-in camera with manual controls, editing tools powered by Adobe Creative Cloud, and many other functions. Have you downloaded it yet? It’s free and available at the App Store!

Need a dose of mobile photography inspiration to take with you and the new 500px app? Take a look at these 45 gorgeous landscape images on 500px captured and processed on an iPhone.

Scroll down, and get inspired to take your love of photography on the go this weekend!

“Shot with an iPhone 5 in June 2013 somewhere in Iceland, during the shooting for the book “Iceland, Rauður Grænn Blár”.”

“There are no deserts in Denmark, but I enjoyed giving this capture the impression of it. This was in fact a superb sunrise at the beach right by where I live, at Karlslunde.”

“The lighting was changing every second and I did not have my camera, so took this with an iPhone on a walk thru the hills.”

“With all of my camera bodies tied up in time lapse sequences all I had was my iPhone 5 to capture the scene that unfolded in front of me. This image is straight out of my phone, no editing. I have to say, it was quite a moment.”

“Processed with VSCOcam with lv01 preset.”

“These images are by Nathan Cowlishaw, the bulk of which were shot with Micro Four Thirds and edited on an iPhone 5 and uploaded to 500px via Photosync.”

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“Nevada, Road Trip. Processed with VSCOcam with lv01 preset.”

“Taken with iPhone and edited with Instagram.”

“Taken with the iPhone 5 on a recent cross-country ski trip. I find that it’s not the camera, and in this case the quality that makes a picture what it is. But the moment, the story and the feeling.”

“Old cottage alone in the forest. I used texture for this shot.”

“Jokulsarlon beach, Iceland.”

“Rainy Day at Basaseachi waterfall, Chihuahua. Mexico. Image captured and processed with iPhone 5 apps, Finished in Silver Efex Pro 2 for Mac.”

“Shot and processed on iPhone 4s.”

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“iPhone 5 + Snapseed + Mextures”

“Evening light on a cold (7F) December evening in Yosemite National Park, CA. Photo taken with an iPhone 5 on 08th December, 2013.”

“Processed with VSCOcam with f3 preset.”

“Paris, Tuileries.”

“Rocket Trail seen from airplane.”

“Taken with the standard Panorama Mode in the iPhone. Early in the morning, with dim light. But with great mood.”

“I think the picture says it all.”

“Processed with VSCOcam with m5 preset.”


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“I spend thousands to buy proper equipment , L lenses and the works = this shot however was done with an Iphone 4S – it really makes me think.”

“Taken with iPhone and edited with Instagram.”

“Taken with an iPhone 5 and processed with VSCOcam.”

“This is my photographic debut with my new iPhone 6 Plus. A surfer leaves the water at the beach of Las Canteras, in the middle of a serene landscape of light and shadow, recreated from natural layers that form the sea, foam, sky, clouds, sand. Elements transformed into brush strokes of color.”

“iPhone 5 + Pro HDR + Snapseed.”

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“Seljalandsfoss, Iceland.”

“Another amazing sunrise, need to up grade to DSLR so I can take the full advantage of such wonderful moments. This was another iPhone 5 shot, edited with the Photoshop Express App.”

“Taken with iPhone and edited with Instagram.”

“Taken and processed using iPhone 5.”

“Ontario farm. Shot on iPhone 5 and edited with VSCO on iPhone.”

“Under a new threat of storm, I decided to go out and test the photographic performance of my new iPhone 6 Plus. I was walking the mid zones of my island, in areas such as Cazadores (Telde), Tenteniguada (Valsequillo) or San Mateo. And the truth is I’ve been very pleased with the result. With all the limitations of a smartphone camera, I think I was right on this purchase and it will meet my expectations of quality-mobility at a significant level.”

“Autumn morning, Half Dome, and an Elm Tree, in Cook’s Meadow, Yosemite National Park, CA. I took this with my iPhone 5 as an HDR and processed it with VSCOcam with the C3 preset. Normally I wouldn’t post the photo I took with my iPhone, I would post the version I got with my Nikon, but I’m not sure I could get the same feel I did. If I do, I think i’ll still keep this one up here.”

“Taken with an iPhone 5 and processed using Snapseed.”

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“Processed with VSCOcam with lv01 preset.”

“I don’t normally post a photo taken with my iPhone. But, I liked the way this turned out.”

“Me in to the wilderness of South Tirol Alps, Italy. Shot with iPhone 5 and post production on iPhone 5 only.”

“I was coming home from work, didn’t have my DSLR with me, No problem! Just took my Iphone 5 from my pocket and shot this beautiful view.”

“Shot with iPhone 5.”

“Saguaro cacti through the looking glass at dusk in Sabino Canyon, just outside Tucson, AZ. Took this photo with iPhone 5s + olloclip attachment.”

“Panorama iPhone shot of Karlslunde’s shore in Denmark, right where I live.”

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As the popular adage among photographers goes, “The best camera is the one that’s with you.”

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