I was at Hampi last weekend, leading a photography tour to capture the heritage sites and landscapes of the ancient town. While I was there, I decided to use a cell-phone camera seriously for the first time to see if it can be a viable tool for photography during impromptu situations. Here is a collection of images I made during the three days, and my analysis on using a cell-phone camera.
I used a Samsung Galaxy SIII for this shoot, but this isn’t meant to be review of this specific phone camera. Also, some of these images were also shot using digital zoom, which deteriorates the quality of images considerably. These images are not meant to be assumed as a demo of phone-camera’s image quality in general.
A sunrise in Hampi, captured with a cell-phone camera.