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If you think the iPhone isn’t the best camera for photographing fireworks, then think again. While it may not be the best to capture the realism of a live fireworks display, it can offer up quite stunning results.
Here are 10 explosive images of fireworks, captured by the iPhone, that offer a different — often quirky — perspective on the popular pyrotechnics. ~ Dean Kosage
This amazing capture shows the glowing red heart of the firework.
A lovely Hipstamatic shot, this gets bonus points for snapping multiple, multi-colored fireworks.
This stunning abstract shot stopped us in our tracks.
This looks celestial — like a sun and stars.
This Camera+ image has captured some sparkler action really nicely — you can almost hear it fizz!
Lucrecer Braxton’s perfect timing helps create a striking shot. We especially like how the firework stands out against the blurry background.
Red sky at night — this unearthly photo really caught our eye.
A shower of sparks looks luxurious against the midnight blue background.
A fun triptych captures several stunning fireworks in a freeze frame.
Chris Carter’s incredible iPhone photo looks like a star imploding.
As a bonus, we’ve included this delicate pastel image. Snapped on a compact, but edited on an iPhone, we think it’s probably the prettiest fireworks photo you’re likely to see.