Getting the most out of your iPhone camera

January 19, 2023  •  Leave a Comment

My Top 10 Tips!
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  1. ALWAYS clean your lens before you start shooting! The number of times people have handed me their phones and asked me to take a picture of them and the lens has been covered in either makeup or grease I've lost count of!

  2. Experiment with different angles: Try taking photos from different angles, such as low to the ground, high above, or from the side, to create unique and interesting compositions.

  3. Play with lighting: Lighting can greatly affect the mood and feel of a photo. Experiment with different types of lighting, such as backlighting, sidelighting, and natural light, to create different effects.

  4. Use the grid lines: iPhone camera has grid lines which can help you to align your shots and make use of the rule of thirds. This will help you create more balanced and interesting compositions.

  5. Use the zoom feature: The zoom feature on the iPhone can help you to capture close-up shots and create a sense of depth in your photos.

  6. Edit your photos: The built-in editing tools on the iPhone, such as brightness, contrast, and color adjustments, can help you to enhance your photos and make them look their best. Consider using photo editing apps, such as VSCO, Lightroom, or Snapseed, to create more professional-looking results.

  7. Use the portrait mode: iPhone camera has a portrait mode that uses the dual-lens system to create a blurred background effect, making your subject stand out. This is especially useful for portrait photography.

  8. Take advantage of the Pro Camera mode: The Pro Camera mode on the iPhone allows you to manually adjust the exposure, ISO and shutter speed. This can help you to take more creative control of your photos and achieve more professional results.

  9. Take your time: Don't rush to take a photo, take your time to compose your shot, and wait for the right moment.

  10. Keep in mind that the most important thing is to have fun with your photography and always be open to trying new things.

If you need any advice on any of the points above drop me a message either below or here!



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