I essentially have three camera that I use for photography on the go: my wifi-enabled Canon EOS 6D nbsp;(when I want the best quality), my wifi-enabled Samsung NX1100 which I use almost exclusively with a 30mm f/2 lens (the camera I almost always have in my purse), and of course my iPhone (for when I'm traveling really light). The 6D and the NX1100 require an extra step of transferring the photos to the iPhone before editing and publishing, but I think it's worth it.
While I really prefer my Samsung for better image quality, the iPhone has some apps that allow you to create cool motion blur effects that aren't possible during the day without a neutral density filter. Some of my favorite iPhone apps are Snapseed (for basic editing), Pro HDR (for HDR), Slow Shutter Cam (for motion blur effects), and Squaready (for making your photo Instagram-friendly without cropping it).
Below are some mobile photos that I've posted to my Instagram account with each of my three cameras.
Photos taken with the 6D and edited on the iPhone:
Taken with the Samsung NX1100 and edited with the iPhone:
Taken and edited with the iPhone:
Have you embraced mobile photography? What are your thoughts on using an iPhone to edit your DSLR's photos? For more of my mobile photography, you can follow me on Instagram.