That is a good question!
I am by no means a “photogragher” but I have always been interested in taking photos. But the dilemma was always that the situations when I would want to take a photo were usually spontaneous and rarely pre-planned (such as a wedding, for example). This meant that one had to always drag camera+equipment around “just in case” or always miss those sudden moments…
But that situation changed dramatically, at least for me, when Nokia brought out its 41 megapixels model, the Lumia1020 - in my opinion that was a total game-changer in the world of mobile phone cameras. Do you remember it?:
I still have mine but I later changed to Samsung Galaxy 7 when it was released and that is all I use now. Its colour reproduction, light adjustment, sharpness and zoom capabilities are more than good enough for my needs - AND, most important, it is always in my pocket whenever I need it!
Here are some examples:
A rather ordinary but pretty flower:
but a zoom inside opens up another world:
A good mobile phone camera can handle daylight…
and detail is good - like with this happy couple:
and atmosphere as with this lakeside fishing:
Sorry about such a long post, but it is Sunday…