“There are two people in every photograph: the photographer and the viewer.”~ Ansel Adams
Far more than a cell phone, the iPhone—and now the Android phone—are devices that have displaced the dedicated camera and forever changed the way we view and capture our world.
Soon after its introduction in 2007, the iPhone triggered something of a revolution in the world of photography. It doesn’t matter that the resolution of the final image is less than images taken with the point-and-click you owned five years ago. Despite that seeming drawback, this camera is different from all previous cameras of any price, sophistication, and pretense. It is always with you, often in hand, and always on—and it has on-board photo-editing and distribution ...