While it’s tempting to use your selfie camera for a professional or dating profile, these cameras have inherent challenges in capturing the real, and best you.
There are a few potential problems with using the selfie camera on a phone for photography
Limited control: The selfie camera on a phone often has fewer settings and controls compared to the main camera, which can make it more difficult to get the desired shot.
Lower image quality: The selfie camera on a phone may have a lower resolution and less advanced image sensor compared to the main camera, which can lead to lower-quality photos.
Distortion: The wide-angle lens on many selfie cameras can cause distortion, especially in the corners of the frame. This can make objects appear distorted or stretched.
Limited focal length: The selfie camera on a phone usually has a fixed focal length, which can make it more difficult to capture close-up shots or create shallow depth of field.
Overall, while the selfie camera on a phone can be convenient and useful in certain situations, it may not offer the same level of control or image quality as a dedicated camera.
At Countyside Studios we will work with you one-on-one to capture the real you. With consultation on what you want to communicate, we can craft an image that will help you reach your goals.