With phone cameras earning excellent reviews in for quality, it’s obvious to conclude that the best camera you own may actually live in your pocket.
I own an iPhone 6S, which packs a 12 MP ƒ/2.2 sensor. The iPhone 6S is considered to have one of the top 10 smartphone cameras in the world, with a score of 82 on DXOMark. The iPhones are also the most popular cameras in the world currently, with majority of pictures posted on social media being captured by this phone series (including the 5S, 6 and 6S). Definitively, the iPhone 6S camera is considered superior to majority of point-and-shoot cameras, and is an excellent performer overall.
Needless to say, most phone cameras, although not rated best, can notch up some brilliant shots that a majority other cameras cannot. Because smartphones enable intuitive controls and pack in processors that take just a few milliseconds to capture the frame, most people prefer using a smartphone for everyday photography.
So here are a few pictures I took with my iPhone 6S. Notice the quality, depth of field, colour saturation and noise. I’ve also included a short description of how I’ve taken the picture. Following the steps below, you can achieve some excellent shots too.
Tapping on an object will move focus point to that object. If you tap and slide your finger up or down, you can change exposure. Tapping and holding will fix autofocus and exposure.
You can tweet me pictures taken on your smartphone to @adi10898, and I might share them if I like them!