7 Smartphone Photography Tips & Tricks



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1. Communicate a strong message

2. Under expose a little bit your sunset for better result

3. use a tripod for better sunset and night photography

4. Use a slow shutter app and a tripod to make cool long exposure photos, recommended app:

Pro camera IOS

Camera+ (to change ISO)

(for shooting raw and controlling that you shoot in low iso)

Slow Shutter App IOS

Camera FV-5 Android

5. Use Snapseed to retouch your photos

Snapseed IOS

SnapSeed Android version

6. Use pre-made bokeh (blurry) background to take awesome flowers,

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34 Replies to “7 Smartphone Photography Tips & Tricks”

  1. lori thorpe

    Great video , but i usually find that for a good sunset , that mobile filters are good , as they're like proper ones , where half of the lens is orange & the other half is plain . Which editing app do you think is better ? Snapseed or lightroom , Thanks for sharing .

  2. musicmachineplayer31

    Love watching the tutorials but a week ago I subscribed to your email listing & all I keep getting is email after email you keep trying to sell me ur stuff. That is by far so highly “UNPROFESSIONAL”. PLEASE STOP IT!!

    I tied unsubscribing & it just won’t allow me to do. One more email & I will disappointingly swear on every video u post.

    Keep the great videos up but no more junk mail trying to sell please.

  3. kishor Solanki

    wooo.. mindblowing, fantastic, no words to say, salute to your photography and editing, retouching skill, I will wait for your next video. one of the best video for an amateur smartphone photographer….

  4. Robert Whittle

    Brilliant insight into what you can achieve with your phone camera, I’ve just purchased the app ProCam, and would love to see more photographic ideas for iPhone. Thank you

  5. Willy Darmawan

    I don't like the way you judge "wrong or right" to shot things. IMHO there is no completely "wrong or right" in shooting images. three is a better way to do it.

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