5 Best Tips for Mobile Photography


Tip #1 Clean the Lens before taking the Click

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In these Tips, Smartphones is our go-to device, isn’t it? We not only carry our smartphones in pocket or bag but also randomly place it over the coffee table or maybe on the floor or any surface for that matter without realizing that, the dust and grime can spoil the lens. Obviously, capturing a photo with soiled lens that’s smudged with fingerprints, filth and dust on it can spoil the photo and make it look blur. It’s a no brainer right? So then what must be done? Well, ensure to always clean the lenses preferably, with a microfiber cloth or any soft material before clicking a photo.

Tip #2 High the Camera Resolution

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In this Tips, The quality of photos is mostly depend upon the resolution of the camera. The more is the resolution the  more will be the quality. Turn the resolution to high in the camera settings. One more way to get a high resolution is to capture the photos closely.

Tips #3 Avoid Zooming in

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When you take a photo from a distance, it’s tempting to zoom in on something specific you’re trying to capture. But it’s actually better not to zoom in — doing so can make the photo appear grainy, blurry, or pixilated.

Tips #4 Play with Reflections

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There’s something so idyllic about seeing the sky reflected in a body of water. There’s a reason why we love seeing that — our eyes are drawn to reflections. So look for opportunities to play with them in photos. There are plenty of out-of-the-box places to find reflections — puddles, larger bodies of water, mirrors, sunglasses, drinking glasses, and metallic surfaces are just a few.

Tips #5 Focus on One Subject

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Many of the best photos include just one, interesting subject. So when taking a picture of one, spend some extra time setting up the shot. — That helps the subject stand out even more. But be sure you tap the screen of your Smartphone to focus the camera on your subject — that’ll help to ensure that it’s focused and the lighting is optimized.

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