Every week I get questions from people about the image quality of cell phone cameras. In fact, just the other day, I was meeting with a gentleman over coffee and he wanted to know about the image quality differences between my Nikon D850 and my iPhone X. It seems like a silly question to compare a DSLR camera to a tiny mobile phone camera, but the truth is that many of us use cell phones all day long. How many times do you find yourself walking down the street without your big camera so you take images with your mobile phone? For me, it happens multiple times per day.
For this article, I wanted to explore printing cell phone photographs. The question I asked myself was, “Is it possible to produce high-quality prints with my mobile phone?” The answer is yes, but with a few caveats. Here are five keys to printing great images from a cell phone (as a side note, all the images for this article, including the photos of me holding the prints, were taken with an iPhone X).[…]
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