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This also makes your phone your take-everywhere, shoot-anything digital camera. Just a few short years ago, making images and video with smartphones was a compromise, with poorer image quality but a heck of a lot more convenience than a good point-and-shoot camera.


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Smartphones are incredibly lightweight devices and, folding phones aside, are thin for a better fit your pocket than most dedicated cameras. That's good news for portability, but it's hard to hold a featherweight phone steady, and it takes some care to keep its lens plum and parallel to your subject. You'll also want to be careful to keep your finger out of the shot, especially when using your phone's wide-angle lens.

I often joke that, with my Lumina 1020, I bought a great camera with a built-in phone. I wanted to get a camera for the times when I was out with my family or just out and about without my pro gear. I bought my phone with a specific eye on the camera. If you want to be serious about mobile photography, you need to have the tools for the job.

Learn to edit your pictures. As a pro, all of my pictures are edited. The same applies to mobile photography phone pictures. And by edit, I do not mean slapping an Instagram filter on a picture. Learn about brightness, contrast, and saturation. I use Fotor, Adobe Photoshop Express, and Lumina Creative Studio on my phone.

Some would say Adobe Lightroom is the best app for product photography on the market. It features easy-to-use tools like sliders and presets to create photos that look exactly how you want them. Lightroom is also a good option if you plan to edit photos on your computer. You can start on mobile, web, or desktop, and when you make edits, they will be automatically applied across devices.

VSCO is a great way to edit photos for free, and Snapseed is another good mobile option. Download one and start playing around. Slightly increasing the saturation and warmth of photos makes a big difference. Explore saturation, contrast, fill light, tint, grain, and other tweaks to see which improve your photos the most.

Surprisingly, Lightroom performs better than Photoshop as far as mobile editing is concerned. It has the usual editing tools such as Presets, Effects, Crop, Light, Color, and Details.However, if you upgrade, you get to use advanced features such as selective adjustments and healing brush among many other cool tools. It even has a Geometry slider for adjusting perspective in architecture photography.Most of all, it lets you take photos in real time and edit them directly from the app.

No matter what smartphone you have, there are some photography tricks and features you can use to get better images in those hard-to-shoot, low-light situations, such as concert photography and firework displays. Try these tips to learn how to take good pictures in low light situations on your phone.

If you're always taking blurry and underexposed pics with your mobile device, try using some of the tips below to turn your camera phone into a valuable photography asset. It doesn't matter if you have an iPhone, Android smartphone, or even a first-gen camera phone... you can still take some beautiful, winning photographs.

Professionals may want to get it right on the first try, but a camera as mobile as the one on your phone allows you to grab life's moments of spontaneity, which means you might not have time to set up the shot perfectly. Taking as many pictures as you can will give you a better chance of coming out with a usable one you're proud of.

Mobile photography is increasingly becoming the medium of choice for many people as mobile devices become more and more prominent. With this rise in popularity, a lot of people are looking for ways to get sharper, more crisp photos.

Accessories can help a lot with mobile photography. From stabilizing your camera to getting challenging shots, accessories are the best tools to assist you in your needs. The good news is, there are tons of great accessories for mobile photography out there. Check out this post we wrote about the best mobile photography gadgets to take better photos for some ideas and inspiration.

Here then are my top tips for better images, techniques that I use every day as a professional photographer, from working with the light to using more-creative angles to polishing up your shots in editing apps. Many of these tips will apply on any recent phone you may have, including the base iPhone 14 or older models like the iPhone 13 and iPhone SE and even many Android phones. Looking for a new phone for taking photos? Check out our guide to the best camera phones.

These smartphone photography accessories are sure to take your images to another level. Remember, buying a camera is only the first step in the photography money pit. Lucky for you, you probably already have a smartphone, and most of these accessories are affordable. However, you can take things to the next level with dedicated photography equipment. Check out our list of the best Photography essentials for more recommendations.

HDR was introduced as a way to capture the details in a scene that has a large difference (dynamic range) between the brightest and darkest areas. When you select the HDR setting for your mobile phone camera, you are telling it to take a series of photos then combine them together to create the final image.

6. Stay true to your style and voice. All of my images represent my voice. Whether I use my DSLR or my phone, I would publish the images to my Instagram feed or Facebook page. I am on my second year of a 365 project and I blend mobile images with my other photos everyday.

Our mobile phones gather dust and fingerprints every day, so clean the lens with a soft cloth to avoid blurry or smudged images. Check the weather to see to wear or bring with you, then bring some water and make yourself comfortable.

From the hidden worlds of the small creatures to the details of plants and fungi, get inspired by exploring each category in our online archive of winning images. Experiment with your mobile phone camera and find what it is you love to photograph.

The Fox That Got the Goose Liina Heikkinen. Many may think that photographing wildlife is too difficult. I do not think it is worth giving up. Moving around in nature and photographing animals is so nice. You can always find something interesting to shoot in your own backyard, or even start with a mobile phone.

Show your friends and family your photos or share your work on social media, and ask for feedback. Jordi says, 'Sometimes wildlife photographers confuse the "difficult and the rare" with the "good". So I always show my photos to people who are not wildlife or photography experts to be sure that the pictures have an emotional impact besides being interesting from a natural history perspective.'

Are you ready to take your photography to the next level? It begins with the fundamentals of composition, but there are some simple techniques you can use to take better photos and turn ordinary images into extraordinary photographs. Discover seven tips to help you take better photos that you can put into practice today.

There are a wide variety of ways to take your photography to the next level and take better photos. It begins with the fundamentals, but you can apply some basic techniques that will greatly improve your ability to take better photos.

Well, that sums up my tips for getting better pictures of yourself when travelling (and when not!). Before you go, I just want to share with you a few more tips to help you get better photos, based on my years as a professional travel photographer.

A decade later, the compact camera segment got wiped out after the smartphone industry revolutionised mobile photography. Now, everyone brings a smartphone with them and the best camera they got is the one they have on hand. Taking a quick snap is quicker and thanks to computational photography, the camera itself is capable of helping novice users at taking stunning looking photos.

If you're always taking blurry and underexposed pics with your mobile device, try using some of the tips below to turn your phone into a valuable photography asset. It doesn't matter if you have an iPhone, Android smartphone, or even a first-gen camera phone... you can still take some beautiful, winning photographs.

You can recover pictures that have been permanently deleted from your Android gallery using data recovery software with support for Android devices, such as Disk Drill for macOS (the Windows version can recover data from Android memory cards):

Whether it is a random, spur-of-the-moment snapshot or well-thought-out compositions, a camera phone is a valuable tool for photography. Often, the most inspiring pictures occur in everyday life when you do not have a standard camera with you. The phone that you are carrying in your pocket can capture those impromptu photo moments when it's impractical or even impossible to have your SLR or other camera with you at all times.

We've all seen (and maybe even posted) some really bad photos of food. From the camera flash unflatteringly bouncing off your plate in a dark restaurant, to bad photos made worse with oversaturated filters, good smartphone photography is becoming more and more of an art.

IT professionals in many organizations today support employees that want to use their smartphones for work. Businesses can adopt enterprise mobility management (EMM) tools to control this use, and can develop a bring your own device (BYOD) policy to govern what users can do with their devices. Apple and Google have both worked to improve the enterprise capabilities of their mobile operating systems (OSs), enabling IT to better support iPhone and Android devices in businesses.

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