( Related Blog Post: Our Best Mobile Photos of 2016! as Shot by LG G5 & LG 360 )
Yes, all these photos were shot with a mobile phone like our 360 degree selfie! Mobile photography has come a long way thanks to advances such as wide angles lenses, 360-degree cameras, and creative pop-out shots.
Here are our favorite food & travel photos from June using the LG G5 and LG 360-Degree Camera…
Maruekhathaiyawan Summer Palace in between Cha-Am and Hua Hin built by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) in Thailand.
In the middle of the garden of the summer palace is this beautiful fire tree in full bloom.
Best Pad Thai we ever had at Tha Yang Pad Thai, Petchaburi, Thailand.
Read More: PAD THAI: How this 100-year-old Recipe from Tha Yang Ruined the Pad Thai Experience Anywhere Else
Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall using the normal 75-degree lens and the 135 wide-angle camera lens.
Anton & Rache Selfie with beautify feature.
Dinosaur Planet, Bangkok using the normal 75-degree lens and the 135 wide-angle camera lens.
Hua-Hin Breakfast with Thai Iced Coffee
Getting ready to shop in Bangkok!
Ending the night in Bangkok in the Red Sky, Centara Grand
Chendol–our favorite Thai dessert!
Stopover at an instgrammable Swiss Sheep 🐑 Farm on our way to Hua Hin–the summer capital of Thailand.
Grandeur of Thai Ancient Door using the normal 75-degree lens and the 135 wide-angle camera lens.
Breakfast Cafe scene in Hua Hin.
Muay Thai Live! using the normal 75-degree lens and the 135 wide-angle camera lens.
Taal Lake Wedding.
Borommangalanusarani Pavilion using the normal 75-degree lens and the 135 wide-angle camera lens.
Cha & Mel Wedding at Talita Kumi, Tagaytay
Live an Awesome Life,
Disclosure: This post is a sponsored collaboration with LG. I wrote this article with my biases, opinions, and insights.
P.S. This totally changes the way airplane window shots are done.
One thought on “Mobile Photography 2016: 20 Food & Travel Photos Shot Using LG G5 & LG 360!”
It’s just incredible what opportunities give mobile phones! Within each year they’re getting more and more advanced. I wonder if there would be a time when we will photograph using only mobile phones. Who knows, maybe they’ll have bigger sensors and brighter lenses… Ahhh. Great photos! Thanks for sharing them! Despite the fact that I prefer using professional camera, it’s always good to know what are the other possibilities.
Keep this excellent work up!