The innovation of smartphones revolutionized modern photography. Smartphones come with high-resolution cameras that can take good photos. Adrián José Velasquez Figueroa is enthusiastic about modern technology. According to him, the following tips can transform your smartphone into a brilliant photography tool.
1. Camera Settings
Smartphones have inbuilt applications that rely on human commands to function properly. In both Android and iPhone phones, camera apps have settings that you should adjust to take good photos.
Just like any other form of art, one of the principles of photography is composition. When taking photos, ensure that the whole object is captured.
3. Position the Camera Close to the Object
Smartphones cameras work better when placed close to an object. When positioned far from the object, the photo will require zooming, and this will affect its quality.
4. Disable the Flash
One of the most amazing features of a smartphone camera is the flash. However, the flash can also lead to the formation of shadows when enabled in areas with natural light.
5. Camera Application
Default smartphone camera apps have limitations thus the need to download apps like Camera 360, ProCamera, and Zoom FX to enhance your smartphone camera’s zooming and composure functionalities.
6. Learn how to Use Your Smartphone Camera’s Features
After installing new camera apps on your smartphone, the primary task ahead of you is learning how they work. You can read tutorials online on how to use your newly installed camera apps.
7. The HDR Feature
The High Dynamic Range feature determines the general exposure of your smartphone camera. Ensure that it is always in automatic mode when taking photos.
After taking several photos, you will want to enhance their appearance using filters. However, use them moderately to avoid ruining the quality of your photos.
Photographers like Adrian Jose Velasquez Figueroa agree that the most difficult part of photography is editing. Luckily, numerous photo-editing applications such as Snapseed and VSCO that you can use to edit your photos are available.
10. Clean the Camera’s Lens
Smartphones cameras are prone to dirt and scratches. You should always keep your smartphone on a clean surface and wipe the lens before taking photos because dirty lens produces blurry pictures.
About Adrián José Velasquez Figueroa
As a Venezuelan entrepreneur and technology enthusiast, Adrián spent most of his career developing business solutions. He also enjoys writing about how people can use modern techniques to carry out activities such as photography. Besides being an executive officer in five Panama-based companies, Adrián Jose Velasquez Figueroa also mentors Venezuelan youth who are enthusiastic about entrepreneurship.
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