Smartphone camera are slowly replacing the travel camera with most average price smartphone now providing camera with 8 megapixels and more. Most people think the big megapixel the better pictures but this logic does not imply at all time.
If you know how to take advantage of available functions in your smartphone camera even the basic cameras can click memorable images. Techloon has the key tricks that can stretch the potential of basic smartphone camera to give you better pictures.
Use The Light Correctly:
The most basic yet most important rule to click better picture with any camera is to use lighting properly while clicking a picture. The same rule applies while clicking a photo with smartphone. Try to face your camera lens against light so your subject is well lit, this way you can get most of the megapixel in your camera.
Clean the Lens:
We use our smartphone all time and it’s common to have some smudge on camera lens. In a hurry to take a picture we often forgot to clean the lens which results in blurry unclear images. Always remember to wipe clean the lens camera before you go ahead and click a picture.
Highlight the Subject:
If you are clicking picture in poor light it’s always better to focus your subject by keep tapping on your subject until you subject starts to look clear. Most smartphone has auto focus function and a square shape emerge when you start to focus on your subject just move the square and tap it until you get the best shot.
Avoid Digital Zooming:
Many smartphone makers blab about their zoom but the truth is you are better off not using the Auto Zoom as much as possible. Rather than zooming in try to reach as close as possible to your subject. Digital zoom cut back on the pixels and in most cases ruin the picture, if you want a closer shot you can always crop it later.
Use Flash Wisely:
Most smartphone come with LED flash these days and the white light lights up every time you click photos in dim light. While flash could be useful to click pictures in the dark you will have to be very careful while using them in low light.
Whenever you click pictures in low light try clicking then without flash first, in dim light flash through a lot light on the subject that could ruin the natural look.
Smartphone photography doesn’t have to look amateur try these tips and see how far a basic camera go to give you pretty pictures.