The cell phone's built-in camera has five megapixels on a very tiny sensor. Many of the photographs could be made into 8" x 10" (or 8" x 12") prints, but some only have enough resolution for 5" x 7" prints (or smaller).
Cell phone photography is a legitimate form of art, and is perhaps the digital equivalent of lomography.
Prior to today, most of the images (all but one, in fact) taken with this camera were post-processed on the phone using Adobe Photoshop Express (a free App). However, today I used PicsArt (another free App) to post-process all of the images. While some features on Photoshop Express are superior, overall I think PicsArt is the better software choice.
Here are today's images:
|Two Trees, Clearing Storm - Palmdale, California|
|Red Grill - Palmdale, California|
|Paper Saw Blade - Palmdale, California|
|Pipes - Palmdale, California|
|Storm Drainage - Palmdale, California|
|Wood Crate - Palmdale, California|
|The Joshua Tree - Rosamond, California|