Increasingly, even professional photographers admit that in addition to their favorite cameras, they always carry a smartphone with their modern functionalities and ingenious applications that allow capturing the perfect frame. But if you want even the photos in your private album to look like the work of professionals, take advantage of all the possibilities that the smartphone offers you. Here is a quick photography course for amateurs.
Gone are the times when the cameras of mobile phones were a mere ornament to get out of trouble. Cameras with terrible resolutions, that after taking the photo, trying to recognize the portrayed object was a superhuman effort of imagination. But that is already past, photography on mobile devices has evolved .
What was it like in the past and what does it look like today? This seemingly trivial question can be answered by an encyclopedic definition of photography that sounds, photography is a collection of various techniques whose purpose is to record an image using light using a suitable device, such as a camera today commonly known as a digital camera due to digital image processing technology dominant in today’s world.
Before the now called smartphones or smartphones, the camera of mobile phones had already become an important part of them. . Perhaps the Nokia phones were those that included the best sensors and optics on the market, not in vain did the high-end models mount Carl Zeiss optics . The well-known N95 of the Finnish company continued to garner recognition wherever it was presented and was considered the best camera terminal on the market for many years.