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Hello Mi Fans!
Hello Mi Community Photography Fans!
For some days now some Mi fans have been doing some nice clicks and uploading in the Photography forum, thou some don't read the forum rules and get their threads moderated.
For others who follow the forum rules some captures are not that great, while some are professionals.
So today I'll be taking you down to 10 tips that will improve your smartphone photography and become better.
Welcome to class!
If in any case you are using your smartphone camera and it got a little stuck somehow, or crashes, or closed down itself don't panic just hold down your power key for 12 second for a reboot. It's called a warm booting.
And try again!.
Tips 2.Most times when you open your smartphone camera and the pictures look a little out of focus, kindly check your device Len and clean gently. Pro Tips To Protect Your Smartphone Camera Lens
When shooting from ground level, try and turn your smartphone upside down. It will make those changes of lifting your objects higher (you need to test this out practically)
Always use grid lines to balance your capture to avoid making your photos come out bend.
Always add watermark to your photos mostly the most creative photos to give you the owners signature on your captures to avoid issues of copyright
Tips On How To Set Your Watermark
Always tap your main object during capturing to allow focus and steady light intake on the image
When taking a portrait make sure the distance of the side of the screen is same to allow your image to be steady and perfect, you can use grid lines for this aspect, it help to put your model on the middle rather than on the egde making it look unprofessional
During portrait make sure you focus properly on your object, even if it takes more time to get a better focus, don't just see and click.
During photo capturing it's best if you get close to your object rather than giving it a wide range of space and allowing your object to be out of focus and details.
When shooting on a sunny day make sure your model us facing the sun and your camera backing the sun. This will allow the intake of light in your models face and get better detailed photos
Theads By Me
I hope they will be helpful.
Mi community Photography Moderator
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