iphones have a surprisingly good picture quality :) but I think it’s all in the lighting and scenery. no camera performs as good in low-light as natural or bright lighting. longer distance from foreground to background creates that nice lens blur.
I use a DSLR because I’ve always loved photography, but in between cameras I used a $50 point-and-shoot and it worked surprisingly well.posted about 3 years ago
I use a DSLR as well, but I know that cell phones are getting better with their image taking abilities!
Like tightsandtea said, lighting is key. It’s what makes that lens work like it needs to. Always make sure you’re in a well-lit area and if you want colors true to form, use natural light. Shoot outdoors if you can. Choose a nice background that is not too distracting and will offset your outfit. Most camera phone cameras will not create depth of field (which is the blurred background) because the aperture doesn’t go low enough. Unless you’re shooting macro, but that’s completely different.
Just use the best light you can! :)posted about 3 years ago
@barepeppermint speaking of depth of field, you should definitely watch this lol :)posted about 3 years ago