Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Mary Ann, Aug 10, 2012.
iPhones take surprisingly good pictures, especially in the daylight.
Yes, although their low light capabilities are somewhat lacking.
iPhones are a hell of a lot better at picture-taking than they used to be.
I can't look at that picture without going "SPLASHY SPLASHY SPLASHY!!!" in my head.
That's a wonderful photo! Made me smile.
Thats a photo contest winning photo.
This picture was brought to us by D. A. Wwwwwwwww.
You're right of course. I guess I've just become a bit spoiled. The truth is that all the pictures taken of my daughter with an iPhone will probably look better than my own childhood photos taken with an actual camera!
Well, let's not get crazy.
But still, iPhone cameras can do a lot of what your basic, run of the mill camera can do. They're just no replacement for a real, honest-to-goodness professional DSLR.
I'm still taking pictures with a Droid and a regular, store-bought digital camera so I have yet to personally experience any advantages of taking photos with an iPhone or iPad. I'm generally satisfied with the quality of my images that I take on my camera and my phone and have had no real desire to switch over, but yeah, that iPhone image of his daughter had stunning quality.
I have an iPhone 4S and it can take some amazing photos, over 3000+ and counting, gave my old digital camera to my parents.
I will start posting some of them here eventually, I just keep forgetting at the moment.
I think Spock was wearing shoes like that in Star Trek 5.
Awesome photograph! Your daughter's adorable.
I need to invest in a fainting couch.
And yes, RoJoHen, you are sexy.
my first harvest, 21 sweet, hot habaneros clocking in at around 400,000 Scoville units each. Who wants to be the first to try my new hot sauce?
Had a mini photo-shoot today.
Eowyn is such a darlin'. Congratulations, bro.
Postcard perfect. Amazing portrait! You've inspired me to do the kids in black and white!
There are times I miss being that young. Fantastic shot.
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