Back in the day, Smartphone’s Pixels were rather not up task of shooting crystal clear pictures. Even if it is necessary, holding a HDLR along made a sure bet you don’t hit rock bottom in disappointment. Today, one could depend solely on a Smartphone to take on work of HDLR camera. However, Phone camera is still not better than HDLR in most cases. Despite this, you can manage to squeeze out everything you can from what you have. Make sure all the below guidelines are checked for best picture quality.
When the Tecno Camon C8 camera, we took some amazing pictures with the smartphone. Although, it was the best camera phone at that time, the pictures still looked professional. In this article, you will learn the basic tips to put you on top of your game.
HOW TO TAKE AMAZING PICTURES WITH SMARTPHONE
Taking amazing pictures with smartphone entails, you follow some of the tips below.
Check the Lens.
More often than not, Smartphone users forget to check Lens for smudges. After all phones are subjected to different abuse, from being stained by finger prints and tossed around carelessly. You should wipe Camera lens clean before taking pictures.
Lighting determines either Good or Bad picture shots.
This should go without the saying, Lighting is essential, there’s no way around taking Amazing pictures without proper light setting. Bad lighting can bring iPhone great clarity to nothing but mediocre. That said, let’s go down to strategic step of getting best result using Lighting hack.
Avoid direct sunlight. This will make your pictures seem as though it was meant to capture sunlight radiance instead of the main focus. Try to get a good shade where light does not stand as background, try and get behind for a good backdrop.
When indoor shoot near a window. Put your subjects to face the window. Remember Sun position matters, get in a suitable position and get perfect pics for instagram, snapchat, name them.
Always check the Exposure and Focus.
Exposure is one way street for superb photograph shot. You may not have known this but exposure is amount of light that affects the Camera’s sensor.
To know what exposure practically is, grab your Smartphone and open the camera. Find scenery where both light and dark objects are positioned. Now tap the light area, did you notice everything got darker? Yes it will. This essentially is an automatic tone adjustment. The picture below shows two examples, one literally doesn’t have good exposure, the other does. Try this and you are almost en route to taking great pictures.
High Dynamic Range also known as HDR is a great way to make magic out of mud. HDR make pictures better and cleared even in tight situations. Most times High dynamic range is overlooked, probably because people don’t know about it. HDR achieves more than just taking good pictures, the feature enhances ratio of light to dark in a picture.
There you have it guys, what are the best Practices you are using for Great picture result. Share with us, the comment section below is hungry; fill it up with your comments.