As you may already be aware, the new iPhone 7 Plus comes with a brand new camera design. A dual lens set-up that lets you zoom in on your subject or composition with near professional level quality results. Zooming as a feature of cameras is not new, though this particular feature is new to mobile phone photography (Pocketshooting).

But just because you “can” do a thing, does that mean that you should? The answer isn’t quite that simple when it comes to zooming. In this episode, we discuss zooming as it applies to the Pocketshooter and when (and when not) to use this powerful feature.

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I’m the host of the This Week in Photo, also known as TWiP — it’s the flagship show on The TWiP Network, and TWiP Talks. Each week I sit down (virtually) with a few photographers, or photography industry professionals to discuss what’s been happening over the past week in the world of photography. TWiP is a free show that you can watch on YouTube, or listen by subscribing on iTunes.

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