The Australian Open may be over for another year, but Getty photographers managed to catch the action on their mobile phones as well as traditional SLR cameras.

Read more about the process of shooting with a smartphone at a major sporting event in our interview with photographer Cameron Spencer, and then browse through some of the resulting images below.

Laura Robson of Great Britain serves in her second-round match against Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic on 17 January 2013. This image was created with Snapseed on the iPhone.

Photo by: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

Samantha Stosur helps fans practice their serves during day five of the 2013 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on 22 January 2013. This image was created with Snapseed on the iPhone.

Photo by: Marianna Massey/Getty Images

Giant tennis balls are displayed in the Australian Open merchandise store on 21 January 2013. This image was created with Snapseed on the iPhone.

Photo by: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

A ball boy runs onto the court as Nicolas Almagro of Spain takes a towel break in his quarter-final match against David Ferrer of Spain on 22 January 2013. This image was created with Snapseed on the iPhone.

Photo by: Cassie Trotter/Getty Images

Crowds gather at Federation Square in Melbourne to watch the Tomic vs. Federer match on 19 January 2013. This image was taken with Instagram on the iPhone.

Photo by: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

This image was created with Snapseed on the iPhone.

Photo by: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images

This image was taken with Instagram on the iPhone.

Photo by: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

This image was created with Snapseed on the iPhone.

Photo by: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images

This image was created with Snapseed on the iPhone.

Photo by: Marianna Massey/Getty Images

This image was taken with Instagram on the iPhone.

Photo by: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

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