What is the number one way to take pictures today? The cell phone or smartphone. Why? Because we have it with us all the time. It is easier to carry, it's small and it takes great pictures. I just recently did an article about : "will cell phone photography replace regular digital photography" See :
No, it won't take over "real" photography. But, it may take over the everyday shooting that we do everyday. Somebody said to me that cell phone pictures today are "GOOD ENOUGH" for what most people want. And that is probably true. So, if there is one thing I can do, is help you take better pictures with your cell phone. I have found that most people don't even know how good their smart phone camera really are. They have some features on those camera that allow you to take some real exciting pictures. That will be a topic of it's own, and can be difficult because each phone is different.
So, what I hope to accomplish today is to help everyone take better photos with their smartphones. Let's get some SKILL in taking photos with our smartphones. Here are 5 tips I would like to share with you as provided by:
SEE SHER LYN, and provided by PICTURE/CORRECT:
There is photography, there is videography, and now there is iPhoneOGRAPHY! Compared to DSLRs, iPhones are less bulky and more convenient to carry around. We always carry our phones around nowadays. Be it iPhone, Android, or Samsung, most phones now have a good quality camera for us to play around with. Who says iPhones cannot shoot unique photographs?
Today, I am going to give you a few tips on iPhoneography.
1- KEEP YOUR PHOTOS SIMPLE:
What are you waiting for? Grab that iPhone and shoot some photos now! Try to shoot at least one photo a day. Remember, practice makes perfect! And experience is the best teacher.
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This article was written by See Sher Lyn who blogs about correcting photography mistakes.
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