The fascinating and pristine surrounds of Antarctica are a sight to behold and capturing it is no easy feat. Yet it’s something that John Bozinov, 25, has mastered by photographing his way through polar regions — using his iPhone as a camera, when it becomes too much of a hassle to pull out a full-sized camera.
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“It’s much easier to be in the moment and focus on your subject when your gear isn’t so complicated,” Bozinov told Mashable Australia.
Born and raised in Wellington, New Zealand, Bozinov said he was a latecomer to photography, only starting to play with cameras at the age of 19. Photographs shot with an iPhone in Antarctica are super chill
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