Product Photography: Which Smartphones Do you Choose?

2019-10-30T18:51:49+06:00July 30th, 2019|Photography|0 Comments

Have you ever heard of using smartphones product photography?

Surprised?

Well, this is true that the maximum number of professional photographers capture images with Digital SLRs, however, using smartphones for professional photography can also be an option. Interestingly, product photography with smartphones can offer you amazing results.

At times, buying or hiring high-end professional cameras can be too expensive or out of budget for new entrepreneurs who stepped into the online business recently.

However, online business organizations are unimaginable without product photography. What happens in such a situation when you run out of budget for something which is absolutely a must for your business?

Do you shut your business down? Of course NOT!

You start planning alternatives and somehow fix the issues with whatever you have in your capacity within the shortest time.

Now, if you are concerned about not having sufficient budget for Digital SLR cameras then you can bridge the gap with the smartphone cameras you always carry with yourself.

If you are one of the millions of consumers who purchased smartphones with cameras, then you already rome around with the solution in your pocket.

However, here are some of the good quality smartphones that can help you to get great product photos.

Best smartphone for product photography

Apple iPhone 7:

The Apple iPhone 7 has a 12MP rear camera with an aperture of f/1.8 along with a digital zoom up to 5x.

The camera offers optical image stabilization, six‑element lens, Quad-LED True Tone flash, Panorama (up to 63MP), sapphire crystal lens cover, backside illumination sensor, hybrid IR filter, auto focus with Focus Pixels, tap to focus with Focus Pixels, live photos with stabilization, wide color capture for photos and Live Photos, improved local tone mapping, body and face detection, exposure control and noise reduction system.

Also, that is not the end of it. The camera has a bunch of other facilities in it. They are – auto HDR for photos, auto image stabilization, burst mode, timer mode, and photo geo-tagging.

Samsung Galaxy S8:

The phone has a dual pixel 12MP AF optical image stabilization with f/1.7 aperture. The pixel size of the camera is 1.4µm. The sensor size of the camera is 1/2.55″ with a maximum 8x digital zoom, slow motion panorama, pro mode. You can also save your files in both RAW and jpeg files.

Google Pixel and Pixel XL:

Both Google Pixel and Pixel XL are quite impressive for their camera specifications. These are suitable for almost any sort of photography. Both the devices have 12-megapixel rear cameras with f/2.0 aperture. It has large 1.55μm pixels and HDR multi-frame photo post-processing. Along with that, the cameras are capable of capturing snaps within an extremely short time.

LG G6:

LG G6 offers a 13-megapixel camera with f/1.8 aperture. Phase detection auto focus is another advanced feature that this camera offers. The camera has up to 4160 x 3120 resolution. You will also get the space to adjust shutter speed, ISO, exposure, white balance and many more specifications of your images with the manual mood of the camera. The optical image stabilization and HDR options are nothing less than a bonus for this. Just like Samsung Galaxy S8, you can save your images in both jpeg and RAW files with this camera.

Samsung Galaxy S5:

With a 16 megapixel rear camera, Samsung Galaxy S5 is also a ready-to-go for shooting smartphone. This camera of Samsung Galaxy S5 offers you autofocus, LED flash and 30 frames per second video capturing ability.

Besides, there is a bunch of other smartphones out in the market which can offer you best cameras for product photography. However, I would recommend you to choose phones which have auto focus and the maximum amount of megapixels possible.

After this, you are good to go for your product photography.

To learn about the other things you need to know about product photography please read this article.

I hope these two articles will be a complete guide for you on how to do product photography with smartphones.

And, as always, please leave a comment below if you have any questions regarding the topic. I would love to answer them.

Cheers!

About the Author:

Nayan Chowdhury is a Freelance Writer who deals with Copy-writing and Blogging services. Writing has always been something for him which denotes scrutinizing data in an innovative way. He is best known for working closely with B2C and B2B clients in the field of image editing and photography for digital marketing contents that triggers search engine traffic and visibility.