And more camera feedback, this time from Matt Birchler:
I understand the feeling that our phones currently take pictures that are good enough, but I doubt weâ€™ll look back on these photos as great in 10 or 20 years time. Even looking back at photos I took with my iPhone 4 just 3 years ago, Iâ€™m already seeing the cracks in the flaws in those images. I have pictures of my wife and I that donâ€™t look that great anymore. Almost all of the images of us from the first few years we were together were taken with smartphones that were considered â€œgood enoughâ€ at the time.
— The Human Reason for Wanting Nicer Tech | BirchTree
I’m not sure I agree that the pictures I take with my phone won’t look as good to me in 10-20 years, but that’s only me. It’s a compelling argument for someone to get a “real camera.” It just isn’t for me.