Mobile : 25 Amazing Android Photos From Around the World

In case you hadn't heard the hype, there is a dedicated community of iPhone photographers around the globe. Well, Mashable discovered Android users can definitely hold their own with a camera phone.

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In case you hadn't heard the hype, there is a dedicated community of iPhone photographers around the globe. Well, Mashable discovered Android users can definitely hold their own with a camera phone.

You Android users also have access to a wealth of apps—such as Vignette, Camera 360 and Pixlr-o-matic—which will help create photos that make all your followers squeal with delight (or jealousy).

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Taken in Buenos Aires, Argentina, this photo is titled "Atardecer en la ruta," which translates to "Sunset on the Road." It was shot with a Motorola Backflip (MB300) using the Vignette app.

Image courtesy of Flickr, fotos.rotas'

Slide 2


The neon lights of a psychedelic bullseye turn the man standing in front of it into a silhouette. The photo was taken in London using a Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the Vignette app.

Image courtesy of Flickr, MarcelaArruda

Slide 3


This photo shows the Götheborg, a replica of an 18th century wooden vessel of the same name. The photo was taken using a Samsung Galaxy Ace in Gothenburg, Sweden, where the original ship sank in 1745.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Dirigentens

Slide 4


"Antonio,Metal,Hassel" was shot outside the Auckland Art Gallery in New Zealand. The photographer used the basic photo app on a Samsung Galaxy S and then processed the picture with Pixlr-o-matic.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Robert Brienza

Slide 5


Having forgot his digital camera, this Androidographer took out his Samsung GALAXY S II to snap a shot of the sun setting over a distant mountain, partially obscured by a grain of wheat. The photo is from Kota Belud, Malaysia.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Pison Jaujip

Slide 6


Using a Nexus S and Pixlr-0-matic, this photographer turned the sun setting behind a few palm trees into an ethereal landscape. The palm trees in question can be found, appropriately, in Palm Springs, Calif.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Sinéad McKeown

Slide 7


This Android photographer used a Motorola Cliq to capture a climactic moment between matador and bull at a stadium in Logroño, Spain.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Gabriel McIntosh

Slide 8


Using an HTC EVO 3D and the Vignette app, this photographer captures a golden sunset over a placid river in Germantown, Md.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Nakeva

Slide 9


Risking life and limb (perhaps), this photographer gets a closeup of these two titans, locked in heated battle. The photo was shot in Sabah, Malaysia using a Samsung Galaxy S II and a macro lens attachment.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Pison Jaujip

Slide 10


No compilation of smartphone photos would be complete without a kitten. In this photo "Hyoga el Curioso" looms over a bathroom sink with the faucet running in Bilbao, Spain. The photo was shot with a Samsung Galaxy Ace.

Image courtesy of Flickr, ibarakaldo

Slide 11


This photo, titled "morning in the lecture hall," captures the serene moment before the seats are filled and class begins. If you find yourself in search of a picturesque place to be lectured one morning, this photo was taken in Prague, Czech Republic with a Galaxy S II, and edited with Camera Zoom FX.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Charlotte90T

Slide 12


In Umbria, Italy, rich landscape unfolds under well formed clouds, and behind two wilting flowers, petals collapsing under the weight of water droplets. This scene was captured by a talented Androidographer using an HTC Desire HD A9191.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Lorenzo Lotito

Slide 13


As people walk along a stream in Munich, this photographer uses a Samsung Galaxy S II to capture a German sunset fighting through grey clouds.

Image courtesy of Flickr, deep_schismic

Slide 14


A great Androidographer, such as this one, can make a terrifying bee look like a cuddly Pokemon. This shot was captured using a LG Electronics p999bn.

Image courtesy of Flickr, EYADSTUDIO

Slide 15


As storm clouds roll in over the river Thames, the water begins to churn in Richmond, England. The photographer used a Sony Ericsson LT26i for this shot.

Image courtesy of Flickr, maistora

Slide 16


Using a Droid Razr, this photographer shoots a solitary guitar player on stage as sunlight pours through the window, flooding the room. The photo comes from Orcas Island in Eastsound, Wash.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Jon Assink

Slide 17


This photographer uses a Nexus S and the Camera360 app to capture a captivating perspective of a tall ferris wheel in Husum, Germany.

Image courtesy of Flickr, b3d_

Slide 18


Appropriately titled "lost.," this photo was taken using a Samsung Galaxy S II at the Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire, England. The shot was edited using the Camera 360 app.

Image courtesy of Flickr, hits98

Slide 19


A yellow train darts by this commuter in Liverpool, England. This photo was taken with a Samsung Galaxy S II.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Roj

Slide 20


A cute Corgi puppy tries to escape the heat by hiding out underneath a car in Mountain View, Calif. The Android photographer used a HTC Aria for the shot.

Image courtesy of Flickr, lanabelle

Slide 21


It is almost a law that a smartphone photographer is obligated to get a tantalizing shot of his or her food before a meal. This #foodporn was captured using a Motorola Droid X in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Ymmij

Slide 22


While sailing down the Danube River, this Androidographer grabbed a great looking shot of the Hungarian Parliament Building in Budapest using a HTC Desire HD. The image was post processed with the Vignette app.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Chic*ka

Slide 23


We can all thank this Androidographer for an inside look at how Krispy Kreme doughnuts become delicious. The photo was snapped with a SEMC X10a in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Ian Muttoo

Slide 24


Photographer Linda Stokes actually carries two Android phones to use for photography in case one dies. She used a Samsung Galaxy III to capture this breathtaking sunset.

Image courtesy of Linda Stokes

Slide 25


Using the HTC Desire, this Android photographer captures a frisbee in mid-flight during an afternoon game in Denbigh, North Wales, UK.

Image courtesy of Flickr, Ian Muttoo

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