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One of the things I really enjoy about the latest generations of phones and small format cameras is having a decent device with me at all times. The old saying goes…

The best camera is the one that you have with you.

…and it today’s tech world…that couldn’t be more true. We are spoiled these days to have the tech in our hands that would have taken much larger devices than we did in the past. Kids these days are never going to know what it was like to stand in line at your local drug store waiting to see if your photos actually came out.

It is an awesome time…but there are still limitations. While the iPhone X (the source of discussion for this video) is an amazing device, there are certain aspects of capturing video and photos that will completely derail the entire process and leave you with junk that is even unusable on Instagram.

Why your iPhone X pictures look like shit…

In the video above, I go into detail on why your top of the line cell phone cameras pictures don’t come out like the footage you see in the commercials. There is a very specific reason for this and it can be fixed if you plan your shots or video correctly.

Check out the video and let me know what you think.

Video Shot with:

Canon 5D Mark III – http://amzn.to/2BGqyOb
Canon 17-40mm/f4 – http://amzn.to/2AfPkbo
Smooth Q w/iPhone X – http://amzn.to/2AeBaaw

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