We have come to live in a digitally documented world. There is always that friend who will post photos from the night before on social media, much to your disapproval. Or another who snaps photos on holiday, which you flick through despondently while at work. For some reason, you know when that couple you met at a wedding one time is getting married. They too upload a smiling photo, showing off their engagement rings. Memories no longer live in our minds, but instead, are preserved in digital format on screens.
Whether you are an amatuer photographer or a party animal, you probably have difficulty taking photos in low light. Phone cameras have dramatically improved in recent years, but it is this issue that we still have trouble with. Photography is all about getting enough light down the lens.
As of a few years ago, the dual-lens camera has become a staple feature within the phone industry. The most popular phones right now such as the iPhones and Samsungs of the world use a dual-camera. The photos they produce are hard to beat.
Even the most fervent social media haters out there are guilty of a sneaky selfie now and again. With a camera constantly living in our pockets, it’s hard to resist snapping that selfie.
The quality of the cell phone camera is better than it’s ever been. With Samsung and iPhone leading the way, these days it even rivals the digital camera. On top of the constantly improving phone technology, there are also countless apps to choose from on the Play or App store.