Smartphones, social sharing, and photo-editing capabilities have inspired greater interest in photography and artistic expression, but a real camera captures sharper details, awesome stills and photos that people take time to compose so that they are worth keeping and sharing.
“Many people have expressed their opinion that the camera industry is dead due to advent of smartphone technology, but truthfully, more people are discovering the art of photography and want better quality—upgrades that a real camera provides,” says Nickel. Indeed, the fancy sensors, accessories and techniques are seen across the web from novice photographers to
According to the review, Smartphone cameras capture spontaneous events, but they typically do poorly in low light, create distorted images in distance shots and lack the higher resolution that larger image sensors deliver. People share hundreds of weak photos on social sites, but most smartphone users don not remember to prioritize family memories with high-quality prints to keep.
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