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  • Mike Riemer says:

    Nothing wrong with it whatsoever. And to be honest, it wouldn’t bother me if the image had been taken by an amateur. If they thought it was a good representation of the event, and is truthful, who took the image or how expensive a camera (or phone!) was used really doesn’t matter.

  • Dan Hawk says:

    I really like this. I only picked up a “real” camera this year because of the time I spent shooting with my iPhone over the past few years. I still shoot with both and feel that people should think of the iPhone or comparable smart phones as just a different tool. It doesn’t seem like many people would criticize a photographer for using a vintage film camera that might produce grainy textured photos with borders. Maybe thinking of the iPhone in this way would help.

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