iPhones and other Smartphones vs. DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) cameras – which is better for you?
In this article I’m going to explore the advantages and disadvantages of each type of camera and then apply that information to help determine the best camera to meet your needs. But before I get started, I’d like to point out that all the information I’m about to share with you, are my opinions, which may differ from yours, or the opinions of others.
My name is Ron Bowman and I’m a professional landscape photographer. Since the late 1960’s I’ve worked in photographic retail, wedding photography, real estate photography and landscape photography. In addition, I founded a photography club in Florida, have taught digital photography classes and currently sell my landscape photos through several League of NH Craftsmen galleries. I have owned and operated virtually every type of camera (film & digital), including: Polaroids, 35 mm rangefinders, 35mm SLRs, medium format cameras, a 4x5 view camera, DSLR cameras and several iPhone cameras. Now that I’ve established my background, let’s get started.
iPhone and Smart phone advantages:
iPhone and Smart phone disadvantages vs. DSLR cameras
DSLR advantages compared to high-end iPhones and other Smartphones
DSLR disadvantages vs. smartphones
So, which is the best camera for you? It all depends on what type of photos that you are wanting to take? If you are a serious amateur or professional, looking to enlarge photos beyond 11x14 and you want to sell your work, then you will need a DSLR camera. If you want to take photos of wildlife, or sports, you will need a DSLR camera. On the other hand, if you’re just wanting good quality photos to share with family, friends, and to post on social media, all you need is a good smartphone.
If you still have questions, please contact me and I’ll do my best to help you. Contact info: [email protected]
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