Shoot Like a Pro With These Tips For Mobile Photography
by Jeniffer Leio Excutive
Nature is very beautiful, and whenever we visit tourist places, we desire to capture the natural scenes on our phone. It is obvious that you can capture the journey through mobile photography with your smartphones. Irrespective of how your picture covers your moments, take adequate time to enjoy the view where your holidays or festive season is spent nicely.
If you want to snap the memorable moments on your smartphones then be ready to travel with us for learning the following tips:
1. Light intensity matters a lot
Yes, it is rightly said that it's all about the light. It depends on the light intensity to transform the good images into the great images. You can check out the shadows that the sun reflects on subjects. You can also practice it during the golden hour of the time shortly after sunrise or just before sunset. You can also look at the rays of light falling inside a room through a window. The handheld devices function best under these lighting conditions.
2. Zoom with your legs' movement
Don't try ever to use the zoom option on your smartphones. If you want to take zoom in, then you can try it with the movement of your feet. Zooming in is not good for the quality of images taken in smartphones.
Don't shake your camera, and it may lead to taking blurry images. This challenge can be plugged only by the practice how you hold your mobile. Try to hold your mobile horizontal at all the times rather than vertical because it offers you a wider photo frame. Try to use burst mode while taking pictures of moving objects.
4. It's better to get great shot by different angles
Changing the angles and perspectives not only shoots a better picture but also it displays how you look at the subject. You can try many different angles on your subjects as possible like down on the ground, climb up on apex point, move sidewise, alter your viewpoints.
5. Clean glass is vital for the polished view
It is a kind of simple thumb rule that the cleaner the glass on your lens, the much sharper the view will be. It is noted that clear lens provides a better picture than the picture taken with your greasy thumbprint.
6. Position yourself near reflective surfaces
Push yourself to snap for reflective surfaces and place your objects at an angle or in-line with the reflection. Even simple shades of light can create brilliant reflections and adorn your picture.
There are many applications which are dedicated to the camera on the smartphones. They can assist you to edit your work easily. You can create a subject looking acne-free, sharpen particular aspects of an image or include other effects to edit your subject and even add the interesting captions over the photo.
Jeniffer Leio is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, She written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup , www.office.com/setup
Created on Jan 8th 2019 09:19. Viewed 62 times.