Social media and pop culture have redefined our ideas of photography in many ways. Just a few decades ago, photography was reserved for the privileged and talented among us; its use was largely restricted to special occasions and truly interesting moments in life.
Today, however, with the advent of digital photography, taking pictures has become an incessant obsession for many people. As the smartphone market grows increasingly competitive, they continue coming up with newer models with even higher megapixel cameras included. Camera makers and your local Best Buy salesman are always talking about the next model with more megapixels than the one that came before it. The new numbers make your current model seem obsolete. If you bought a camera with 12 megapixels a few years ago, you wish you could get a new one that gets 64. But does it really mean anything? Does having more megapixels amount to better photo quality, or is it all just marketing hype? However, do more megapixels equal better image quality?
Do More Megapixels Mean Better Image Quality?
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