All of the my photographs are taken on an iPhone 4S.  The biggest advantage to the iPhone is that it’s nearly always with me, and is unobtrusive when dining.  The biggest disadvantage is the low-light performance, which is excellent for a camera phone, but still not good enough in darker venues, as I do not use the flash in restaurants.  Of course, it also does not have the manual shutter and aperture controls, but I am experimenting with using it to take close-up shots of food to force depth of field; I do not use faux-DOF filters on my pictures.

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