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Old 07-10-2017, 04:33 AM
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Why Photographers use Camera for shooting models, not mobile phone.

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The average phone camera is convenient, not quality.

Most pros won't even use an ASP-C camera. They want a full frame high megapixel capture and they want it in RAW format for editing.
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Many pro photographers use smartphone cameras these days. If the resolution provided by a smartphone camera is good enough for you (e.g. To capture a wedding from close up) then you don't really need a DSLR. Smartphones like iPhone also let you capture raw images these days.
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Old 07-25-2017, 10:40 PM
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To capture beauty it necessary to have DSLR but now a day phone have better option because they are pocket DSLR's.
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Yes, nowadays most of the phones have better features so you have an easy solution to capture the quality pictures. Whereas DLSR is also good choice if you ask me as i have used it recently for a photo shoot in office.
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Old 07-29-2017, 01:13 AM
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The photos shoot by Cameras are quality are better.
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Although camera in mobiles are improving and are better quality but as compared to professional lens its still way behind. Also many mobile cameras lack features like background blur was missing in iphone and it came in new version.
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Definitely, a good camera can make a good video, for sure. Phones are still behind, and it makes sense. Professional cameras are stealing the show, for now.
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I don't think a mobile phone can replace Camera, it just faster and more convenient for posting social networks.
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To be honest, it's more about the lens than the camera body. Even then, it is more about the photographers composition and editing skills than the lens...
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As bywaterdigital said, it's more about the lens. And, can you set the ISO on smartphone? ...i guess not.
And RAW files are what i needed while creating my projects.
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You have more options with a camera. Most good cameras you can change lenses and add special filters if you want. Phones do ok but camera still are better
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