The rise of smartphone photography means everyone carries a high-quality camera with them at all times. Some worried that this might spell doom for photography — but really, it’s signaled a renaissance. What was once a passion for enthusiasts who could afford fancy SLRs is now one of the most common hobbies in the country. Whether you’re looking for a point-and-shoot digital camera to get started, an SLR with interchangable lenses, or simply tips on the best smartphone cameras, Digital Trends has you covered.

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