It is generally accepted that phone photos are fine for sharing on the web or on Instagram, but for larger applications, you need a dedicated camera. But with modern phones making great leaps in image quality, you might wonder if you can actually get acceptable or even good larger prints from a phone image. This great video examines the sort of print quality you can expect from images shot on a modern smartphone.
Coming to you from Nigel Danson, this great video examines the sort of print quality you can expect from phone photos. Up until a few years ago, phone photos were fine for sharing on social media or capturing memories, but were generally not something you would use for much else, particularly serious prints. However, in the last few years, smartphones have made tremendous strides in image quality, and images (particularly those shot in good light) have started to become high enough quality to be used in more professional applications, even taking the place of a dedicated professional camera in some scenarios. If you like to print your photos, but do not always like to drag your full kit along with you, check out the video above to see what you can expect.