Monday, January 14, 2008

Photography And The Cell Phone

Almost every modern cell phone has a camera feature. Though they are far away from modern
quality digital camera, cell phone cameras can still be used to produce good quality photographs.

The cell phone has some additional features that are not yet obtainable on digital cameras and so may even be able to provide some preference. The best way to obtain quality photos is to understand the specifications that are accessible on these devices, enabling you to make an informed decision when choosing your mobile product, ensuring that it meets your requirements.

The size of the telefone celular screen will affect the quality of viewing on your cell phone. It will not change quality of a photo when you downloaded to computer. Quantity of pixels that your cell phone camera uses will influence the quality of the photo. The minimum imaging resolution you should use is 1.3-2 mega pixels if photographic images are an important feature for you.

Maximum resolution of 5.0 mega pixels and up is available on latest cell phones. The above the quantity of pixels, the better quality of photos will be when reproduced. This is because the pixels are the quantity of dots per inch used to create the photo, the more that are used, the less the photo will break up when enlarged.

A majоr advantage of a camera consists in that that it is possible to send photos to friends and family with compatible cell phones. These can be sent via MMS.

Digital photography can also be sent via e-mail if the cell phone is internet enabled. Any photographic image can be sent for free via IR-Port or Bluetooth to another compatible device. This is an excellent way of sharing photos, without the need for downloading first, which is both fast and functionality. This means that cell phones have an advantage over other photographic devices, to a degree, because they still do not have these functions.

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