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I’ve had more than 25 over the years, but currently have 7 active ones.
You could call it the best in the sense that it’s the one you always have and it’s quickest to use. I shoot professionally as well as for personal use, so often am using full size DSLR cameras or compacts, but I still take about half of my personal photos on my iPhone. It takes surprisingly good photos.
The sharpness that the lens delivers, and also the overall superb image quality the sensor and built in software produce. Current iPhone images are better than those of the best digital cameras from the early years of digital photography that cost over a thousand dollars at the time.
24×32, and it didn’t have any pixelation to speak of.
As the camera has improved remarkably starting with the iPhone 4s, acquiring the most recent phone you can will help the most. Current iPhone 6s images are amazing. Beyond that, look for good light on your subjects and take advantage of the image editing tools the iPhone provides to improve photos after you take them.
My fine art photography can be viewed on my website.
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