It’s no secret that designers love to use images of people holding phones in different situations to make their app designs look wonderful, but finding the right image–or having to take it yourself–can be a time consuming task. Even stock photography can cost upwards of several hundreds of dollars for a flat image.
Prentice Mathew – A UX Director over at Digital Arts Network in Singapore has photographed, color corrected, and layered up in photoshop a huge number of gorgeous, high-quality, super high-res images of different devices (Apple iPhone5, Google Nexus5 etc) for use in mock ups, designs and presentations.
Both low-resolution and high-resolution are available if you’re wanting to use them for print purposes. He’s put in the hard work so you don’t have to. All photos are taken with a Canon full frame L-series 85mm/50mm f1.2 lens.
The brand new iPhone 6 photographed in front of a bus stop. Each PSD file is extremely easy to use. Simply download, open in Photoshop, edit the Smart Object and insert your graphic inside, save and you’re done.