7 Tips That Will Propel Your IPhone Photography

About the Author: The article is written by Peter Smith. He is expert in identifying fake and manipulated photos. Apart from that he has varied knowledge of wedding and portrait photography. To know more about him visit corporate video production and corporate event filming.

Whatever some may say about their photo-shooting abilities, the iPhone, when used with the right photography apps, can be an excellent camera, unrivalled in its mobility. While becoming a great iPhoneograher requires long practice, here are some tips that will help you take better photos starting from your next shooting bout.

  1. Go For Simple Compositions

    Because most iPhone photos are usually seen small, or at least at lower resolutions than digital camera photos, simple compositions are usually preferable. If the elements in the photo are few, and the prevailing pattern compelling, then the photo will be great. Too many elements in the photo can often be distracting.

    Shooting Macros With iPhone
  2. Hold The phone with two hands, like you hold a camera

    It may take some time to get used to wielding your iPhone with two hands, and looking through the screen at the photo, but it pays off. I promise that from the moment you make a habit of this, the rate at which you take good photos will improve.

  3. Shoot several times the same subject

    Camera Apps For iPhone

    There will always be one photo which will be superior to the others. I recommend you take at least three photos of each subject. Once you get home, view all versions on your notebook or computer and keep only the best of them.

  4. Don’t judge photos just taken immediately after

    Except in those cases when the photos just taken are horrible, don’t delete any of them after viewing them a single time on your iPhone. The small size of the screen can, and often will, mislead you. The best time to sort out the photos is after you see them on a larger screen.

  5. Keep your eyes peeled for reflections

    I really like the way reflections appear in photos taken on the iPhone with Camera+. You may want to hunt for reflections too, like I do. Finding them won’t be hard, because they are everywhere, especially in the city.

    Mirror to the sky
    Photograph The Reflections
  6. Lean your hand on something when you take a photo

    Even the slightest movement of your hand when taking the photo can blur the image, causing the ruination of an otherwise good photo. I find the iPhone camera quite sensitive to shaking, and I confess I’ve lost plenty of decent photos and a bunch of good ones because of accidental blur. I’ve learned my lesson.

  7. Experiment with angles

    A great advantage of the iPhone over many digital cameras is its small size, which makes it super easy to handle. With it you can get into positions otherwise inaccessible with a bigger camera, which means plenty of opportunities to experiment with different angles.

    Varying Angles Of Shooting

Besides these tips, remember to take care of your iPhone. There are two notable issues users frequently encounter: the lens upkeep and the sensitivity of the device to rain and dampness. Clean your lens regularly with a soft cloth. I bet you will be surprised how dirty it gets, even after only a few shooting sessions in the city. And don’t shoot with your iPhone in rain, at least not for extended periods. The raindrops will ruin it.

About the Author: The article is written by Peter Smith. He is expert in identifying fake and manipulated photos. Apart from that he has varied knowledge of wedding and portrait photography. To know more about him visit corporate video production and corporate event filming.

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