Everyday, we see more and more people turn to their cellphones to take photos of their daily tasks. Who would bother carrying or using a DSLR to shoot the intricate moments of everyday life in their glorious detail when you can take the lazy way out and just shoot a low-res image, devoid of most detail? Anyway, we digress. Our guide here is to help you make the most of your puny cellphone camera, so that the images you take from it could be considered print worthy.
Tip #1: Correcting your Expectations
This is a cellphone you’re shooting with, not a professional camera. The sensor inside most camera phones is generally smaller than a fingernail and the lens is constructed out of “high-grade’ plastic. Therefore, most cellphones cameras pale in comparison to a point and shoot or a DSLR, but that doesn’t mean you can't get decent, web-worthy or even print worthy images. You can, but they will be far and few, and would need to be shot mostly in “ideal” conditions.
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