5 Essential Smartphone Photography Tips

by admin September 4, 2018 at 3:57 am

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  1. Very interesting video. I should practice more phone photography. I was pretty surprised at some of the shots you got with yours. I wouldn't have expected that. It appeared one of the apps gave you an exposure delay mode. Can you tell me which one or is that native to your phone? I always enjoy your videos Tim.

  2. Great episode Tim. I use my mobile phone also as a tool for composition but find many times the image comes out really well – as you mention at the end it has not got the detail required sometimes that a dslr gives you but if all you need is something to record the occasion with it does the trick – wish my dslr had the same dynamic range as my mobile at times πŸ™‚

  3. My phone is a bit 'Meh' even with the FV5 app. One discovery I did find on the phone though was that I could actually get and make phone calls! Who'd have known? πŸ˜€

  4. Nice one Tim I have always been of the opinion that if you know how to compose and capture an image you can use anything.
    We all know that if you want to print something to exhibition standard you need the best quality equipment but if you want something for on the computer or for a memory a phone works just fine. Back in February while driving by a Church in Boston Spa the lighting looked lovey but I had no camera gear with me ! However I did not want to miss it so I stopped and captured it on my phone and I was pleased with the results. If I had not stopped and tried I would never have captured the memory of what I had seen:D So thanks for posting this Tim and I think you got some nice waterfall images πŸ˜€ the filters looked interesting Thanks again:D Teddy

  5. Nice! Got the Huawei P 20 Pro myself and the images are just stunning. Incredible that u can do long exposures without a filter. πŸ˜‰ Great vid, Tim! Have a great week πŸ™‚

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