And here is demonstrated once again that the secret of a good photograph is not in the camera, but in the ability of the photographer. With the Photokina held next week (and which we will give all the details here on Engadget photo) this video goes to show that it is not always have the latest photographic technology. Obviously the constraints are many, but I think it is shown that it is possible to obtain good results (without being too fussy). This was what purported to show Lee Morris in this experiment, and I think he gets it, doing a photo shoot with a professional model. As evidence, he published the pictures without realizing that they had been made from the Apple smartphone and curiously were described by some as their best pictures to date. No one noticed the obvious faults that the camera backpack has just three megapixels. The means deployed to the session were many, as you can see in the video that I leave after the jump, and there was even something from the Photoshop editing, but the basis is there. So you know, do not complain of your photographic equipment, practice, practice, practice . . . . 24-105 Art Association blog friends contact contacts culture canon collective cultural rights law on a daily e-mail ebay start time live feed FayerWayer Spain photography exhibition facebook google humor iphone photography lens objective lens reasons no news on the move endangered photo projects roberto ruiz reeder social networking twitter london. . . .