I found myself always favoring my old, claimed to be "out-of-trend" Nokia Lumia 1020 to take my pictures rather than my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Both are old models yes! But that's all I got to snap any pictures at all.
Frankly speaking, that Nokia Lumia 1020 isn't used anymore for communication connectivity which why I picked up my Samsung's years back. But the picture shot by Nokia Lumia 1020 still impressed me until now (compared to my Samsung's). These pictures taken with the same cheapo macro lense I bought from a random shop. As you can see, Nokia's shot detailed picture than Samsung's. Excuse the white balance though. Didn't bother much while tweaking the settings on both mobile cameras.
I personally love "in your face" kinda pictures and mobile cameras are hard to work with to get a balance dimension as they tend to warp the circumference of the pictures (in my opinion) shot too close. Thus I always took my pictures a slightly further back and I also always have to tight crop my pictures to get that "in your face" shot.
By any means I am not a professional photographer. I may be wrong with anything I know/heard/told of what's surrounds photography itself. To make things worse, I got defective color vision. It's hard for me to realize that my pictures have shifted white balance. It's almost always that I find myself relying on post editing procedures to correct that (among other editions). That's aside, I do wish to get myself a proper camera to take pictures. Never really put a thought on it but from my recent binge watching on camera reviews, deng! It's overwhelming! And expensive! Lol!#nokialumia1020 #nokia #nokiamobile #nokiapureview #41megapixel #41mp #pureview #samsunggalaxys7edge #samsunggalaxy #mobilecamera #smartphonecameraphotography