Everyone wants a good camera phone and they want to take shoot the awesome image. They are purchasing high range camera phones just like 20mp, 22mp, 16mp camera lens, and result in some time are bad images shoot own phone. It’s here are some basic Phone Photography Tips. It’s the help of phone photography and you take to shoot the awesome image with low range or mid-range mobile phone.
Clean Camera Lens
Your phone spends a lot of time in your pocket or bag or in your hand, and as a result, it will get dirty. Dirt, dust, grease and your fingerprints on your phone camera lens will have a big effect on the quality of your photos
Set The Focus
The most important thing to look out for when taking a photo is to make sure that your subject is in sharp focus. To set the focus on your phone camera you simply tap the screen where your subject is in the frame. A small yellow square or circle will appear to confirm the focus point.
Adjust Exposure Manually
when you tap on the subject to focus on them, the camera will also use the focus point to set the exposure on the focus point isn’t always ideal.
Don’t Use The Zoom
This is a digital zoom and not an optical zoom. In essence, what happens with digital zoom is that the images are cropped as you zoom in. This results in a noticeable loss in image quality the more you zoom in.
if you want to take a photo of a faraway subject, don’t the zoom. Walk closer instead and use the camera as normal without any zoom. You’ll end up with a far better quality shot.
Keep Your Phone Camera Steady
When the photo is taken you won’t be touching the phone at all which means the camera will be perfectly still when you take the shot. This is taking things to extremes but could be useful in some very low light situations. When using a tripod, you can be extra careful by using the timer button on the left-hand side of the camera screen. place the camera tripod and set the timer to 3 seconds.
Watch Out For Distracting Backgrounds
If you have a cluttered background in your photos it can distract attention away from your intended subject. If the backdrop to your photo has a lot of clashing and distracting colors, the best solution in this situation is to convert the photo to black and white.
By eliminating all color, the distraction is removed. In the original of this example, the items behind the weaver were different colors and took all the attention away from his face which should be the focal point of the image.
Use Panorama Mode
You can access panorama mode by swiping left on the camera screen until you see pano selected. You then hold the camera upright(in portrait orientation) pointing at the left-hand side of the scene you wish to capture.
Now tap the shutter button and pan the camera slowly to the right to capture the full scene. When you reach the end just tap the shutter button to stop the capture
Take Multiple Shot
If you see something that catches your eye don’t just take one shot and hope for the best. The chances of getting a good photo with our first shot are very slim. You should take shots from various angles and distances.
Keep reviewing your photos as you go to get an idea of what is and what isn’t working. If you find an angle or point of view you like then take multiple shots from that position. This helps ensure that you get a well-composed shot that is in sharp focus.
Don’t Over-Process Your Photos
Finally, you should resist the urge to use too many apps or overly strong effects when editing your photos. A lot of beginners make the mistake of thinking that using a photo editing app will turn a bad photo into a good one.