do you use your mobile phone a lot for taking pictures?

Philippines
September 22, 2008 4:34pm CST
do you use you mobile phone for taking pictures because before i do.
10 responses
• India
29 Oct 08
hey ya i use my phone a lot for taking picss infact my phone oo i owns a nokikia n70 and it has helped me a lot to capture this appiest saddest warmest coolest ettc ,,,occasions in my life and i m glad to say that i like the cameras in phone its needed and is helpful in deed yaar ........ ya i only use the phone for pictures beside rings and games and also net surf...,, hope u will understand........ happy mylotting......
@trickiwoo (2702)
• United States
26 Sep 08
Haha, I so do!!! Getting a camera phone was probably the greatest thing I could have done for myself! I am absolutely addicted to taking photos! Like seriously, I can't go a day without taking at least one picture! Having a camera photo helps me with that urge to photograph... without having hundreds of photos I have to edit later! I can save the editing for the professional photo work I do. And when I want to get snap happy, I just pull out my phone! Now I just need to get a data cable for my phone, so I can upload my photos onto my computer! I plan on making an online gallery JUST for photos I've taken with my cell phone. They aren't high quality artistic photos, just fun snapshots of places I've been and things I've seen. My mom and I both have the same camera phone. So we often take pictures and send them to each other! It's so much fun!
@shoeb000 (321)
• India
26 Sep 08
Yeah i use my mobile phone for taking pictures... i have more than 1 GB of pictures and videos recorded by my mobile handset... which i would like to transfer to my P.C.
• Philippines
23 Sep 08
Yup! All the time. When I don't carry my SLR with me, I usually use my phone to take pictures. I have a Nokia N95 and it has a 5MP camera. It's pretty decent but some pics get really noisy, especially at night. Also, it takes a while for the actual picture to get taken so when you press the shutter release, you can't move for a while until it shows you a screen capture.
• Australia
23 Sep 08
Sure I use my phone camera: nothing is more convenient. But even with its 5 Mp sensor, it isn't as sharp as my wife's 4Mp compact. The lens and the sensor size are the limiting factors, and the more pixels you pack onto that tiny sensor, the more noise you get. Pity, but they will get better.
• Philippines
23 Sep 08
I used to fill my 2MB card with pictures. Then, I had some problems with my phone - slow and unmanageable... so, I decided to slow down with the pictures as well... a bit. I normally upload pictures regularly so I can store more. I wish I have a DSLR camera. I want to take a lot of high quality pictures... or probably take photography class. Good day!
@ShepherdSpy (8561)
• Omagh, Northern Ireland
22 Sep 08
The resolution on my recent (Samsung) phone's camera is 3.0 Mp,almost as high as the first Digital camera I have had 5 years now (3.1Mp),and the Phone's current Micro SD memory card is 2Gb,quite a lot higher than the 256Mb one that was available when I got the camera..I seldom make a point of carrying the camera around with me now (Mainly cos it eats batteries and I need to plan having standby rechargeables along with Me when I plan to take it),whereas I'm almost never without the phone..so for now,I find myself taking most photos with my Phone! and as someone pointed out earlier here,the phone has the bonus that You can also send photos directly to friends after taking them! A photo sharing service I use online will also take photos sent from a camera phone as a direct upload,which is great!
@wolfie34 (26791)
• United Kingdom
22 Sep 08
Have you ever been in a place where you just had to take a picture, but you haven't got your camera or digicam with you? But you always have your phone on you! That is why mobile phones with cameras are perfect! Because you can capture pictures at the heat of the moment! I was fortunate enough to have my mobile phone when I saw my cousins new baby to take a picture of him and then I was able to send the photo to my other relatives, you can't do that with digicams can you, so mobile phones with cameras are a real asset!
• United States
22 Sep 08
I definitely do. Most of the photos of my son since i have gotten this particular phone are on there..lol, i do send them to the computer though, i keep some still on the phone so i have them handy to show friends or family i might run into that i havent seen in a while, its much easier than keeping print photos in my purse.
@babykeka80 (2089)
• United States
22 Sep 08
At one point I did use my camera on my cell phone quite often. Right now though, I do not even have a camera on it. I had to get an old phone from a friend to tie me over until I can get a new phone. My husband uses his all the time. He is always taking pictures of random things and using picture mail. Some phones take pretty good pictures and others you cannot hardly tell what you are looking at sometimes.