Today’s 8MP and 13MP smartphone cameras might not hold a candle to a DSLR or high-end P&S camera, but we’ve certainly come a long way in just a few short years.
There was a time when you’d be insane to consider using your phone as your primary camera. Today the gap is certainly narrowing between mobile devices and dedicated cameras, enough that many folks will find their phone’s camera functionality meets their needs most of the time.
Still, what if you want more out of your Android photo-taking experience?
Learning the right techniques and using the correct 3rd party apps can make a big difference. That’s where Google and Peachpit Press come in. For a limited time, you can grab the e-book Android Photography: Take Better Photos with Your Android Phone or Tablet, by professional photographer Colby Brown, for absolutely free.
The 104-page e-book not only covers the basic aspects involved with using your Android device as a camera, but also goes into more advanced subjects such as discussing camera holding angles, editing through 3rd party apps and much more.
So what are you waiting for? Head over to Google Play and pick up the e-book now.
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I bet the sale is because of the scary Lumia 1020, they want to show to everybody that you can take good photos with Android phones too
you can take good photos with android devices
more than a fancy DSLR it has got to do with the skill of the person
Not saying that DSLRs are bad but you can take great shots with a phone as well
I can’t find it any chance of a QR code?