as above. why ah?
as above. why ah?
Because you captured the right moment and normally we are more creative with shooting from different angle with a small cam.
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Because the phone is in auto mode all the time
the difference is probably the person behind the cameras.
You see who is behind the camera?
better light.. or maybe...because the phone have more apps for you to edit the photo..
Unless you're talking about non edited and taken under same situation. Then we have a problem.. or rather..you have a problem
Define $nicer. Ponder about the purpose and functions of DSLR versus handphone with instagram app (or similar).
The equip is only as good as it's wielder
Sometimes a phone is handier when trying to get a creative angle too.
check out ortega moderator 's iphone photo thread. I will be hard pressed to present compositions of similar quality!
it's never the gear, it's the photographer.
Sure the professional might get really good composition, but the clarity and sharpness of the photo might just not cut it. or most of the time the professional might just fail to get the required shot done.
you never elaborate exactly why more beautiful? if more colorful, saturated, etc its because consumer equips give it a boost to suit consumer taste, and as for pro equips perhaps you prefer more saturated looks rather than dslr. And it could also mean that its time to learn more on DSLRs and make it work for you
Last edited by dennisc; 12th July 2012 at 12:45 PM.
The simple and only answer to this question is simply, "It's the photographer who create the picture, not the camera, be it residing within a phone or stand-alone". A "can't paint for nuts" can go to a specialty Artist Supply shop and buy a very, very expansive and pretty looking brush while a gifted art student in Myanmar can drop by his/her neighborhood general supply store and buy a cheap locally produced "Chinese ink" brush costing just a few kyats to paint a picture each, chances are the gifted art student will produce a much pleasing looking painting than the former.Originally Posted by BarneyChihan
Cos it's not a NEX-5N:
That's sad to hear (I'm sad for the NEX-7).Originally Posted by BarneyChihan
But then again, I know when phone camera is good. Close-ups under good light due to small MFD.
Nowadays phone camera softwares, be it stock app or instagram etc, are v good n is on par with dslr in terms of image rendering. So the main diff is just sensor size n hardware. When you overcome sensor size limitation with good light, comparable image can be obtained.