Instead of always hauling the Big Boy D-SLR, get creative with the iPhone’s built-in camera and these apps. Low cost and often free, they let you break away from the constraints of your “serious” photography and stay fresh.
By The Editors
Published October 20, 2009
Updated October 14, 2016
We’ve largely ignored camera phones in OP because they just haven’t been part of the nature photographer’s main photo-shooting toolkit.
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How does the ISO setting affect the results in digital capture? My objective is to create a good-quality 16x20 print. Let’s say there’s no movement of the subject involved. How would the image look at ISO 100 compared to ISO 400?