Short answer: physics. Most photographers know that creating a shallow…
Apologies to Leica, but the best camera is the one that’s with you. (I’d still like that M9)
Our buddy, Chase Jarvis, has just launched an iPhone app that ties into a website and book project named after a little phrase he coined. It’s a cool little idea which bring photography and the sharing of photography to everyone.
You might remember Sean Rocco’s cellphone project. Grover had one too. And you might find it surprising that the most popular camera on Flickr (based on number of images originating from that camera) is actually the iPhone. So while the image quality of a cellphone will never rival that of a D-SLR, its ubiquity can often make it the “best camera.”
And the only thing better than taking a nice photo is sharing it with your friends. Congratulations to Chase on cool concept.