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Image credit – Sephi Bergerson

If you have ever attended a wedding, chances are the sight of one (or multiple) photographer running around with 1-2 DSLRs slung around his neck is a pretty common one. Since weddings are such a big deal, it is understandable that the couple would like to have the memory commemorated with high quality, professionally taken photos.

However it seems that over in India, one brave couple has decided to hire a photographer who shot with nothing but an iPhone 6s Plus. Yup, you read that right. The photographer, Sephi Bergerson, actually shot the entire wedding with his iPhone 6s Plus, and it seems that he didn’t even have a backup DSLR for you know, just in case things did not work out with his phone.

As we have pointed out in the past, photography is a lot about your composition and the telling of a story, and not so much about your gear. As you can see in the photos, we think that Bergerson did a great job. Granted there is some pretty heavy editing and the photos aren’t as sharp or crisp compared to if it were taken with a DSLR and a nice lens, but composition wise and the colors of the photos are pretty much on point.

Bergerson also credits the couple for being brave and adventurous enough to give him the opportunity to shoot with his phone. According to him, “This is the reason why I first wish to give a huge credit to Ayushi and Abhishek for the trust and support.” He also points out that there were some challenges as well. “As much fun as it sounds, it was actually quite a challenge. Daytime pictures were fantastic, but the night still remained a bit tricky.” But what do you guys think? Pretty good shots, huh?

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  • 1920x1080
  • 401 PPI
12 MP
  • f/2.2 Aperture
  • OIS
2915 mAh
    2GB RAM
    • A9
    • None
    ~$725 - Amazon
    192 g
    Launched in
    Storage (GB)
    • 16
    • 64
    • 128

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