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10 Easy Tricks Every iPhone Photographer Should Know

You can't always take your professional camera with you. But your iPhone offers you a great spectrum of possibiliti...

10 Easy Tricks Every iPhone Photographer Should Know

You can't always take your professional camera with you. But your iPhone offers you a great spectrum of possibilities to make a perfect photo. You just need to learn how to use it. Here is a list that will help you out.

 

1.You should always be ready to take a shot

You need to be able to access the camera from the lock screen on your iPhone. In order to capture the moment, you need to put the camera icon to the top of the display so you won't need to enter your passcode or use Touch ID. Another way is to stick the camera app on the first home screen or to quickly access it via the Control Central in iOS 7.

 

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2.Be a pro

To compose photos like pros do, you need to use the iPhone's Grid feature. This will help you pay attention to the camera’s level and the background.

 

3.Hold the iPhone as still as you can

Use both your hands when taking pictures with your iPhone. It is light and thin and you can easily get blurry photos.

 

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4.Do you know how long your shutter takes?

You must know the software-based shutter lag-time between you pressing the button to take the photo and the sensor actually recording it. During this lag, hold the camera steady.

 

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5.Daylight is best

Your camera can handle different situations. It can take shots at night, but your best shots will definitely be those done in daylight. And as photographers advise, position yourself so the sun is behind you or over one of your shoulders.

 

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6.Flash is the secret weapon

Sunlight can cause shadows. In order to reduce them you can use a flash while shooting in daylight. This will light your subject's face and will fill the shadows. Remember, this tiny LED flash works only at close range. Don't expect to light an object far from you.

 

7.Tricky lighting conditions? Use HDR over the flash

HDR offers you the possibility to create a great picture with lots of details, tones and colours. Try using it in tricky lighting conditions.

 

8.Digital is not same as optical zoom

Your iPhone can't magnify the image by using an optical zoom. It has a digital zoom that makes it harder to take a steady photo. It is better to get closer to the object than to zoom in on it.

 

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9.Visit the iTunes App Store

In the iTunes App Store you can find numerous programs that will help you improve your photography. There are also lots of image editing apps that let you fix your photos after you have taken them.

 

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10.Experiment

You are free to experiment as much as you wish. You can try effects such as sepia, peach effect, negative, black-and-white and many others. There are so many programs that will help you explore many possibilities to arrange your photos.

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