Resigning to the fact that the camera smartphone is here to stay, and not just because of the convenience of its portability and remote communicative features, but also due to the improvements to the quality of the camera and lens.
Take the iPhone 12 for instance, which has two cameras; the main wide module with its 12 MP sensor, 26 mm-equivalent f/1.6 lens with optical image stabilisation and phase detection autofocus. And then there’s the ultra-wide camera with a 12 MP 1/3.6-inch sensor and a 13 mm-equivalent f/2.4 lens.
Unfortunately, I still do not own one of the new advanced smartphones such as the iPhone 12 (by the time you’ve read this, there’ll be another lol).
So here’s what I’m going to do;
Using my humble iPhone 6, I will produce a number of images demonstrating the practical and commercial use for photos taken with a camera smartphone.
Whilst Software Folder have done something similar to this in the past, which you can view here. Today, I am hoping that I can encourage you to share some visual feedback that challenges the idea of the camera smartphone as not being a serious camera for professional use.
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