Just in case you were wondering, that is what Nathan charges for one, sit still...look at the camera...photo.
We had just finished napping in my bed. (lovely!). I was waking up slowly as Nathan gently DUMPED out all the toys in the toy bin we keep in our room. He proceeded to play with his Buzz Lightyear laser. He looked so cute playing that I decided to snap a shot with my nearby iPhone. Guess my finger got in the way, so I got an interesting light artifact from the presence of my finger. Thought it looked pretty cool...so I decided that it would be the photo of the day.
Then, I thought better of it. I decided I wanted to try to get the best photo possible in my bedroom with the iPhone. So I asked Nathan to come play near the window so I could turn the flash off and try to get some nice light in his eyes. He went to the window without a fuss, but wouldn't sit still for a photo for me. (understatement)
That is, until I bribed him with the last Disneyland lollipop. Silly boy, he was gonna get that lollipop anyway! HA!
Can't decide which I like better though...black and white or color. You be the judge.
I hope this photo adds credit to the opinion that it is the photographer and not the camera that takes a quality photo. You just need to understand the limitations, strengths, and weaknesses of your camera and the basics of lighting to get something beautiful out of even the most basic tool.