May 22 2013
The photographic capabilities of the iPhone are unparalleled. With a variety of apps available to tweak photos and add filters, the ability to capture amazing shots in now literally in the hands of each and every iPhone user. Our mobiles travel everywhere we do, presenting us with the chance to take incredible photos whenever the opportunity arrives.
Sometimes it’s hard to get the right shot. Of course, a little information goes a long way, and there are a number of approaches we can take to improve our iPhone photos without having to enrol on a photography course. Some methods are reliant on apps, while others rely on a little bit of common sense in order to get those great shots. Let’s take a look at some tips and ideas below:
Take Photos in Bright Light:
Light is important to combat blurring in photographs. A well-lit room or outdoor area will facilitate clearer, sharper pictures. Moving objects are notoriously difficult to capture in poor light, so be sure to try and find the brightest area of a room when taking pictures.
When taking pictures on an iPhone (or any digital camera for that matter) keeping still is a prerequisite. One way to effectively achieve this is to hold your phone with both hands, resting your elbows upon your chest. For even more stillness, consider stabilising yourself against a nearby wall or structure. It’s pointless trying to take pictures while moving, so remember to stand still and keep a steady hand in order to capture those perfect shots.
Don’t Confine Your Photos To Your Phone:
Many of us simply store our photos on our phones without putting them to further use. Print your pictures, frame them and adorn your walls with them. Give them to friends and family as a gift, or have them printed onto a mug using apps just like this one.
Take Multiple Photos:
All good photographers know to take numerous photos before sorting out the wheat from the chaff, keeping only the best shots. It’s better to take one hundred photos and keeping just two of them rather than trying to get one elusive shot without succeeding.
Edit Your Shots:
There are numerous apps out there which allow users to add filters and change colour schemes. Some of the higher end apps are almost as powerful as professional desktop picture editing software just like King Camera. Get creative, experiment, and above all – have fun!
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