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 Photo from the Red River Gorge, Kentucky in October 2012. Taken on iPhone 4S. Best camera is one on you.

Photo from the Red River Gorge, Kentucky in October 2012. Taken on iPhone 4S. Best camera is one on you.

 

"Those invested in the old will rightfully take issue with the new. Because anyone who loves and has invested in a way of doing something will not — and should not — give it up without good cause. But that doesn't mean the changes aren't real."

From 'Photography, Hello' on craigmod.com

 

Probably a comment relevant to most tools, technologies, industries in life. As someone who hasn't used any phone other than an iPhone for the past two years, I can only support the comments in the article above. A threshold was passed where the iPhone camera quality (for me on the iPhone 4S) was more than good enough. Yes, I possibly would have gotten a better photo with a bigger camera but it's hard to argue with the tag line 'the best camera is the one with you'

Neal McQuaid