Smartwatches are valued the more they reduce our reliance on smartphones. One of the major use cases of a smartphone is photography. So, if a smartwatch lets you take photos from your phone without you holding it, that can be really helpful. Granted, you still need to take the phone out of your pocket or ensure it is positioned properly to capture the subject/frame you want. But, once that’s done, you can remotely access the camera shutter using the smartwatch on your wrist. Most smartwatches bring this utility as part of their smartphone companion feature set. For instance, using the Camera Remote app on Apple Watch, you can control the iPhone camera. Similarly, on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, you have a feature that lets you take group photos from the phone camera. Now, the smartwatch need not be a pricey one. You just need to ensure the watch and the phone are properly synced. And the phone that you are connected to offers good results.