Cameraphones have come a long way in the past few years, but they don’t always take point-and-shoot quality pictures on the first try. Here’s how to squeeze the best quality photos out of your smartphone’s camera.
Yes, it’s true. I’ve gone over to the “dark side”. I finally caved and purchased my first smartphone, a Samsung Galaxy Ace, which I have been fiddling with and which has, in turn, been messing with my head for the past 3 weeks.
It won’t replace my current camera, the Oly SP-560uz, which has a mind of its own and will eventually be replaced by something else. Even at 5MP, a camera phone is not comparable to a regular camera, digital or not, but I do like the immediacy of the thing and think it’s time to reinvent Shutter Clutter as a mobile blog.
The thing I’m looking forward to is experimenting with photo apps from the Android market. Do you have any favorites you use and would like to recommend?