Again as is the case with photography, users can shoot, edit and post impressive videos directly from their phones. When it comes to choosing between an iPhone and point-and-shoot camera, or a flip video, the convenience of having all of those tools in one device makes the decision a no-brainer, and in so doing, you’ll also save money from having to buy several gadgets.Did Apple's iPhone Redefine Photography?

Recently, we found our Sony point-n-shoot in the back of a cabinet. Our Sony HD camcorder hasn’t been used in almost a year.

Since I started my 365 project I've operated under an assumption that I now know to be false. I've been using my Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G for almost all my photographs with a few exceptions. I've used my Nikkor 18-55mm for a few photographs but I've stuck to using my D40 for all of the photographs.

I was sitting in the waiting room at the ear, nose and throat specialist (I've been having bouts of vertigo) reading an about an update to my favourite iPhone 4 camera app, Camera+. It suddenly hit me that I had more than one camera at my disposal. I had the iPhone, my wife's Sony DSC-W77, and the image camera in our Sony HDR-CX7 HD camcorder. My project is about becoming a better photographer. What camera I use does not matter.

Camera: iPhone 4
Software: Camera+ 2.2 (Clarity, Depth of Field effect)