It would seem that we struck several nerves this morning. In just a few short hours since we made the announcement of eyePhone: Making Stronger Photographs With Your Camera Phone, I’ve learned that camera phone photography is one hot button issue out there!. So much so, that I thought it might be interesting to make the discussion public here on the blog. I’ll preface the discussion by saying that the eyePhone eBook is receiving excellent feedback. Al Smith did an amazing job putting his mobile phone photography course into eBook form, and it’s an inspiring and eye opening read.
In my announcement post, I asked the question: Can a camera as limited as those found in smartphones, actually make you a better photographer? If so, why do you feel that way? If not, then why not? Have smartphones earned a place is the digital photography industry?
I know people get unnaturally passionate when it comes to their mobile phones, so please let’s not turn this into an Apple vs Android vs Blackberry (ouch… that actually physically hurt to type!) discussion. Share your thoughts and enjoy the debate folks!