The most common cameras are no longer cameras. Or rather, they are no longer just cameras. They are a lens and a sensor mounted inside an object that we keep in our pockets every day: the smartphone.
With their diffusion, photography - which had already experienced a noticeable acceleration with the advent of digital cameras at the beginning of the last decade - has undergone a further, very powerful evolution.
Everyone is a photographer today because we always have with us an object capable of taking photographs that years ago only a professional machine was able to do.
Many people have started to see themselves s photographers, creating therefore a personal style.
This is a brief guide to the birth of mobile photography, the trends (to be avoided) and also introduces more professional aspects of photography: post-production and photo editing.
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