Apple asked photographers for iPhone shots of their favorite place. These are the results.

Cable Beach, Australia

Today, August 19, is World Photography Day, and Apple has some photos to share with you.

The company asked photographers to use their iPhones to take photos of their favorite place. As it typically happens, the results made us feel like we’re doing something wrong when taking photos with our phones, because these are pretty darn great.

Some of the highlights include a stunning sunset shot of Cable Beach in Australia, shot by Korean photographer Yong-Ho Kwon (above), and an supremely well-lit photo of the Zion National Park in Utah, U.S., shot by San Francisco-based photographer and visual designer Dan Tom (below).

Zion National Park

Dan Tom’s photo of Zion National Park, Utah, U.S.
Credit: Dan Tom

Also check out the hazy mountains in the distance in Helene Sula‘s wonderful photo of Mammoth Lakes in California, U.S., as well as the red details in Daniel Triassi‘s shot of Montmartre in Paris, France (both below).

Mammoth Lakes

Helene Sula’s photo of the Mammoth Lakes in California, U.S.
Credit: Helene Sula/Apple

Montmartre, Paris

Daniel Triassi’s photo of Montmartre, Paris, France.
Credit: Daniel Triassi/Apple

Another highlight is Wendy Andrade‘s serene black and white photo taken at the Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (below).

Copacabana Brazil

Wendy Andrade’s photo of the Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Credit: Wendy Andrade/Apple

Finally, check out Rashed Al Alajmi’s eerie night shot of the Al Salmi desert in Kuwait (below).

Al Salmi, Kuwait

Rashed Al Alajmi’s photo of the Al Salmi desert in Kuwait.
Credit: Rashed Al Alajmi/Apple

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The photographers shared their work using the hashtags #shotoniPhone and #WorldPhotographyDay on social media, so check out those to see more beautiful photos.

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