Don't Zoom! Digital Zoom With Phones Is Bad!
Here’s the biggest difference when switching to a smartphone from an old point-and-shoot camera: Those point-and-shoot cameras offered optical zoom — when you zoomed in, the lens physically moved to magnify the image.
Modern smartphone cameras still let you zoom in by pinching, but you shouldn’t do this. There’s no physical lens that moves in to magnify like the old cameras. In other words, digital zoom is really more like performing a crop. You’re just cropping a photo before taking it, and you’ll lose detail you could pick up by moving closer to the subject you’re photographing. You can always crop the image later, which is the same thing as performing a digital zoom.
At Phonetographr we carry many different telephoto lenses for your optical zoom needs which will enhance your phonetography! And get you closer to your subjects! These lenses will help you achieve much better results than zooming in with your phone. We sell a variety of high-quality lenses that can achieve many different effects with your phone. Stop by our website and choose the right equipment for your phonetography needs.