Hello friends. This year is ending soon. Within a few hours we will welcome 2017, a brand new year for us. If we look back to the past, we can see that this year was an eventful year to all of us. We have seen many ups and downs throughout the year. In Mi Community Forum we have seen so many useful threads and gained knowledge from them. These threads helped us a lot. So let’s relook again at at the most useful photography tutorial threads in Mi Photography Section.
1. Lightning Photography Tutorial with your Smartphone
Do you like the lightning in the sky? Do you wonder how they take stunning shots of lightning? Do you want to capture those bolts of lightning yourself in your smartphone? Yes, you read that correct, Today in this tutorial, I will teach you all how to take lightning photos not on a fancy DSLR camera but in your smartphone itself.
Warning: I am not responsible for you or your phone getting struck by lightning and get some serious injuries. Always take precautions and follow safety guideline so as to not get yourself zapped.
Hello Mi users,
In this tutorial I will be showing you to create a dark and Moody images. I will be using still life objects for this tutorials. You can do this human subject as well.
This type of images are called Low Key photos.
1. When try to take photos we make sure our exposure is perfect and try to keep the exposure value to zero if you are doing it manually or your phone sets that by default to zero by it self. But to create a dreamy and Moody image you have to either get your exposure down or up. As I will be showing you to create a dark mood I have intentionally underexposed. .........
hope you all are well, after my last thread, I came again with my new thread. Recently I bought an Apexel macro lens 20X, which is awesome. Previously I had the Photron 3 in 1 lens kit which was quite good, but Apexel is totally different. It has a glass optics which can give stunning result without any blurry edges in macro photography. Most of the people ask me about the tips and tricks of macro photography, and how to improve the result with their Macro lens.
Here are some points to be kept in mind........
Smartphone cameras are shipping with better and better cameras each year, and there are a plethora of apps available to help you capture the best looking snaps too: from filters right through to camera apps with built-in manual controls. Even if your phone doesn’t ship with a built-in manual mode, there are plenty of apps on the market that can even bring better looking pictures to older handsets.
For the uninitiated, the sheer number of settings can be overwhelming at first, so this guide will help explain the most common settings and how you should use them........ CLICK HERE FOR THE THREAD
8. WHAT IS HDR AND WHEN SHOULD I USE IT ON MY SMARTPHONE?
HDR. These three little letters are present in many smartphone camera applications, but you might be clueless as to what they represent. If you're still in the dark on what HDR is, or just want to learn about when is best to use it, read on.
You may have heard the term Depth of Field (DoF), but if you are new to photography you may not yet be taking advantage of how DoF can enhance your photos. A basic definition of depth of field is the distance between the nearest and farthest objects in a scene that appear acceptably sharp in an image. Although a lens can precisely focus at only one distance at a time, the decrease in sharpness is gradual on each side of the focused distance......