That’s a good idea. I hear a lot about the quality of camera phones, but I haven’t seen it. I use mine a lot for reminder type snapshots.

It’s mostly about use and audience. If the only place you are going to show it or use it is the phone, then it’s fine for most people.

For my market, it needs to be perfectly lit and sharp blowing up on screen to 100%. It can’t just look good on a phone screen, it needs to look good on a billboard.

Most people only look at what they are supposed to see. I’ve seen baby pictures that are so fuzzy you can hardly tell it’s human and it gets gushed over. They are looking at the baby, not the photograph of the baby.

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