Smartphone cameras have always been associated by many users and enthusiasts with leisurely activities. Those that have much to do with image capture to while away the time while idling by during off hours or lulls between activities. Among the most common lemon time practices users engage in using their smartphone cameras are:
It’s not that all of the above prove to be useless exercises in image capture. In fact, doing any of the above can be enjoyable, relaxing and can bring about varying degrees of stress relief. What we’d like to point out is that smartphones can also be put to good use in your professional work process. You can take snapshots of things, events, people and places in your line of work in instances when you don’t have or can’t bring a camera along with you. Smartphone camera megapixel resolutions have become considerably serviceable (in some cases like in iPhones with special lens add-ons) and capable of coming up with images sharp and clear enough to pass muster for publication.
You can make practical business use of your smartphone in the following ways:
Smartphone cams are useful and practical for leisure and professional productivity use. No technical or serious photography skills are required to operate them. If you’re a mobile employee or business owner whose business tool arsenal usually involves the car-laptop-tablet-smartphone configuration, you might as well add smartphone camera to that config.