Redlands, California, US
I don't care the camera so long as the product is worthy of us both.
Jun 22 13 09:41 am Link
San Diego, California, US
I have no issues with what camera they decide to use however I would like to be notified prior to agreeing to prices/etc.
I once went to a shoot with two photographers on one project. I worked with the first photographer and then the second photographer jumped in with his iphone.
I was surprised and at first very offended as it was a nude shoot and it was just a hobby of his.
He tried to impress me with all the 'cool filters' he could add to it.
Upon receiving these images, they were not only low quality but very tiny. They were of no use to me.
I wouldn't decline another shoot with an iphone but I would like to know ahead of time.
Jun 22 13 08:25 pm Link
Cherry Hill, New Jersey, US
Shandra Stark wrote:
Different photographers work differently.
Jun 23 13 12:30 pm Link
Alpharetta, Georgia, US
Quality of latest iPhone images can never match those of latest DSLR. So, if you are really into IQ, then start using real DSLR instead of camera phone!
There are so many things that the camera phone can't do where DSLR exceed.
For any serious work, camera phone shouldn't be used.
If I was a model and someone going to use iPhone to take pics of me, I would walk away!
Jun 23 13 01:12 pm Link
Palo Alto, California, US
If anything they should worry about the lenses.
That being said there are some old "slow" zoom lenses that are a lot better (sharper) than they should be, especially since they are going for $30 these days. Not great if you are shooting low light, or need to kill the background, but for $30 who cares
Jun 23 13 01:16 pm Link