We have a pretty good view of Chicago from the office where I work. It's an unobstructed north and northwest view of the city. A few years ago, a really powerful storm blew through and we all raced to the window to get pictures of the clouds. I advised one of my coworkers to lay her phone against the glass and she would get great views without reflection. This method of cell phone photography has clearly become the accepted norm as I saw it used all over on this vacation. Hold your camera away from the glass and you will have reflection; lay it on the glass, and you will get prime results.
So I took my iPhone and snapped off three pictures. Considering everything, they are among the clearest I got on my trip, all the more remarkable because I was riding in a fast-moving train. There is detail! There is clarity! I feel I got a better result than I might've with my Nikon D5200. Really freaking amazing!
|How is any detail at all possible?|
|The most amazing camera! And I can use it to text my frenemies!|