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Posted some Mustang images in the random cars thread, but since they were iPhone pictures, here are one of them again plus some more taken with my iPhone6s
The reflection of the sun in a metal roof, as seen from my work yesterday
iPhone picture of a torn and rusty side of an offshore container
Picture of our company car at Vestbase in early January
My Volvo field wagon, as I'm sure you've seen before. iPhone fulfilling it's task
A street photography near the harbour
And last, an iPhone picture taken at home one Friday evening
I like to use my iPhone as a camera more and more because of the increased camera quality from iPhone 3 to 6S, but when doing so, I also like to put the pictures through some effects. As I don't like when using my Pentax
"IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"
First of all, nice new additions to an old thread.... the camera and image quality since iPhone 3 and 6 is a giant leap of technology.
Secondly, I was in Thailand (not a big surprise I guess...) and during my last visit I took nearly 1.200 pictures with iPHONE, and only 43 with my DSLR (of which only 17 was left after going through them and deleting duplicates and such).
In media these days and for quite a while already, it is stated that the new mobile phone cameras are killing the DSLR cameras. I think as the technology improves even further, camera makers such as Nikon and Canon for example, needs to rethink their models, pricing and edge. If they wants to continue selling DSLR cameras in the future, they really need to take a hard look at what people wants, needs and should be given in terms of technology. I fear the DSLR will eventually end up as a tool for only the work-professionals.
I agree with you when it comes to take pictures with a mobile phone.
I went to Sandnessjøen for 10 days to do a job, brought my Pentax with me, and for those who know me, you should expect 250-350 pictures from that trip. Not a single one did I take with my Pentax.
With my iPhone though, oh..., about 75 to 100...
Then again, I hope the DSLR will live on, because if you want quality and to be able to be a creative photographer, you'll need a DSLR.
You ask what people wants.... I don't have the correct answer, but quality is not part of it.
People don't give a d*** about how a picture appear, as long as it's easy to take, cheap and you can estimate what you see in the picture.
Oh yes, you can use a mobile camera in a very creative way..., but the majority of people don't.
Have you seen all the videos taken with a mobile phone camera? Everyone suffer from the VVS (Vertical Video Syndrome), simply because they don't know how to handle or use the phone as a camera. I got a headache just thinking about it.
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