I know that plenty of great photographers are able to use their phone cameras in their art.
Try as I might, I'm just not one of them.
For software development purposes, on my desk sit an iPhone 5, A Galaxy Note 2, a Nokia Lumia 1020 and I carry around a Galaxy S4. All supposedly have great cameras.
I love the Lumia 1020 for astrophotography, it puts a big sensor on the eyepiece of the telescope without messing with the weight. I've seen absolutely jaw dropping macro work with an iPhone 5 (that I haven't been able to reproduce) and I've seen these others used for very compelling output.
Apparently, I'm just not wired in the way necessary to do this :)
I think it is that I really need RAW in order to properly lean on my crutch, Lightroom.
Anyone have any tips or hacks in the phone camera space for enabling raw? If I could get RAW on the 1020 or my S4, food would taste better, the angels in heaven would sing, dogs and cats living together...
Well, maybe that last one doesn't fit...