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I’m going to discuss some principles, and show you what works well for me using an iPhone. If you use Android, I’m sure there are useful tips for you as well. General rules of photography:
Control the lighting: With LEDs you can turn down the blues and increase the whites to get better photographic results.
Adjust Exposure: Tap the screen where it is too bright to reduce the intensity, so that the subject is lit properly.
Tap to focus: Make sure your subject is in focus, or shoot it again so it comes out right.
Frame the subject: Put the subject in the middle of the frame, so the viewer knows what they are looking at.
Avoid excessive digital zoom: Fill the viewfinder with your subject, but avoid zooming in too much or you’ll end up with grainy pictures. You can crop those 12 mp pictures after they are taken, and you should get some pretty nice results.
Post Processing: Add a couple of clicks of Contrast or Black Point to make your subject pop, but don’t overdo it.
AVOID VERTICAL VIDEO/Photography: ’nuff said
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