The Best Camera is . . .
... the one you have with you. That's what they say. And often, when I'm on a business trip (in this case, Windsor, Ontario), I don't bring my DSLR with me; all I have is my iPhone. There was a time when I snubbed the camera phone, but no longer. Even my iPhone 5 takes a decent photo on most occasions. There are times though, when the lighting is challenging, or the scene is high in contrast, when the images from my phone need some help.
This is one of those cases. A quick panoramic shot with my phone, just because. The original image is OK, but not as rich as I had hoped. If you've read any of my other posts here in the tutorial section, you'll recall another article on using Lightroom to improve iPhone images. In that scenario, I was going for an HDR look, using multiple images/exposures. In this case, I've just got the one image and I wanted to see what Lightroom could do to help.