Solving Problems Related to Cameras and Photos
There's a photography revolution underway, and the leader of this revolution isn't a traditional camera company such as Canon or Nikon, but a computer company. I speak, of course, of Apple and its iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. These devices have long had cameras, but in the last generation or two those cameras have become extremely good. Add the fact that we also carry these devices with us wherever we go, and you now have hundreds of millions of people walking around with high-quality photographic equipment at hand. That is revolutionary, to say the least. And while using the camera on an iOS device doesn't come with the learning curve of, say, a digital single-lens reflex camera, it does require knowledge of how the camera works and some behind-the-scenes settings to get the most out of it and to overcome some pesky problems.