Smartphone photography is on the rise. The camera technology in smartphones improves with each new model introduced every 6 months or a year. Every year, August 19 marks World Photography Day, dedicated to the art, craft, science and history of photography.
With emerging technology, smartphone cameras are getting better and better. So if you want to improve your phone game, read on to learn how to take professional photos with your phone.
5 best tips for mobile photography
Apply the rule of thirds:
This trick of splitting an image into nine equal blocks forming a three-by-three grid has been around for years and can easily be applied to smartphones. This will improve your recording composition. Now, with the era of instant smartphone photography, you don’t need to bring the grid lines into focus as every camera app out there on all phones displays them on the phone screen.
Take multiple shots
Instant photography makes it easy to take so many photos at once. Also known as Burst Photos, this feature allows you to take multiple bright photos while your subject is moving.
Focus on the subject
Focus on the subject from your screen before taking the photo. You can also adjust the light of the photo using exposure. Using the HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode, you can detail the colors of the photo.
Use as much natural light as possible
To take a moving photo, look for twilight, before sunrise, and after sunset. During this period, the area is partially lit by the sun, making it not completely bright, lit or dark.
Give novelty to the photo
Instead of editing photos, try to create a photo that is natural and completely different.
Take care of the frame
If your subject is the sun, trees, clouds, and the sky can become the frame. This keeps the photo from looking blank and makes the subject stand out more.
Read the Latest news and Important news here