Apart from these reasons, in the case of DSLR, it is essential to know how to use it. I have seen many people having some simple cell phones click better pictures than the people owning a DSLR.
Photography is also a communication medium which helps us to circulate any information through photos. In this era of social networking sites, a picture can be shared with the world in just a few seconds. This process becomes comfortable with the smartphone. In the case of DSLR, you have to transfer the pictures into laptop or phone, and then you can share them, which takes time.
Nowadays, phone technology is improving amazingly. Some phones have smart features to adjust picture settings manually. Of course, not up to the level we can do in the professional cameras, but it is sufficient. By using such amazing features, you can do street photography, nature, and landscape photography, even click some excellent portraits.
Moreover, now there is another new technology in smartphones called ‘Dual Camera.’ It’s not a new concept, HTC introduced it way back in 2011, but it wasn’t that popular that time and many companies are working on Dual Camera Smartphones. I have One Plus Five, and you can see these images clicked on One Plus.
DSLR Vs. Smartphone