Here's a well presented article on getting better pix from your iPhone camera. Don't discount it's value and abilities. It's always in my pocket, it's unobtrusive (everyone is grabbing phone shots--I don't stand out as 'photographer') and I actually have several iPhone images represented by Getty. End use is the key factor when you're dealing with a camera that has a lower MP count; lower resolution. I get very nice 8 x 10s but I wouldn't try for much larger than that. For computer screens there's no problem. Remember, 10 or 12 years ago an 8 MP digital camera was considered high end.
I came across this interesting opinion piece. Worth a read!
Ten Myths About Nature Photographers
For Part 2 click on "Next post" at top right of the page.
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