For those of you who shoot with a DSLR, mirror-less camera, aps-c or anything with a sensor, you’ve found yourself in a situation where it would be so much easier to just take the shot with your smartphone instead of busting out the big boy. So much easier just hitting the camera icon on your phone and auto-shoot everything. For some that is fine, but for those of you that care about image quality and want that photo or video to stand the test of time (in technology terms meaning a few years) then keep the phone in your pocket and get out the big boys.
A DSLR photo will give you more detail and better image quality that can be shared and viewed on all social media platforms meaning you get a little more bang for your buck. Not to mention video is much better on a DSLR, so once again you’re capturing something that will last much longer. Sometimes the bulkiness of the DSLR can become annoying and having to change out lenses is a pain, but my recommendation is to find a nice zoom lens and maybe a lightweight mirror-less camera, and your images will stand out compared to those shot with the limitations a simple smart device comes with.
Check out this video below and afterwards ask yourself if shooting everything with your smartphone is the way to go?
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Juan Bagnell YouTube Channel