Amazing Smartphone Photography Hacks
He says he’ll pull over for the day and find a beautiful scene to shoot, only to find that the phone can not handle the dynamic range.
This happens often when the first plane is launched in the shadow but the background is very illuminated
If you are shooting with a DSLR, you can use a graded ND filter to balance the light and dark areas.
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But what happens if you have your phone?
Easy! Simply put your sunglasses on the phone (which helps if they have a gradient), and that’s it, you have a shot that has improved the dynamic range.
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Back in the day, pinhole photography was the way to go.
The emergence of an old pin camera is too cold not to try with modern technology.
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It’s very simple – just create a hole in a piece of cardboard.
Then hold the cardboard in front of your phone’s lens, making sure to align the hole with the lens.
The result is an amazing old school photo!
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If you want to give some depth to the photos from your smartphone, adding a frame within a frame of the shot will do.
Just keep the cut before the subject is framed, make sure the part of the subject “leaks” on the front of the frame, and that has all the size you need.
And do not worry about not having your fingers as a part …
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Having your fingers in the shot really helps give a lot more depth picture.
In addition, another element of fantasy shooting is added!
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Phones are perfect for many photographic adventures, even taking panoramic views.
But if you want to create a new shot a panorama, turn it into a small planet.
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Simply download a small application on the planet, use the controls to manipulate the view, and have a photo that has a stereogrammed quality that tilts.
In addition, everyone can make an overview … why not include?
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Who knew that you could use your smartphone to create creative and important portraits?
Simply place a black card in front of the camera on your mobile device.
Then press and hold the button to lock the exposure. This will allow the camera to believe that the scene is dark, so she wants to brighten the image.
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Then remove the card, draw the shooting of your portrait subject and shoot.
You will get a bright and high-key look that certainly is not the typical smartphone portrait!
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Another fun way to be creative with your smartphone’s camera is by trying an initial self-shot.
Just take pictures of some subjects …
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Then use those pictures a photo of a photographic image.
You will need a second smartphone, of course, but if you can get a friend to join in the fun, you can create stunning pictures like the one above.
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Well, well, so this trick is not about taking pictures with the phone, but it’s very good.
Take a cardboard box and a lens for your DSLR.
Cut a hole in the housing to house the lens and snap the lens in place with tape.
Put the phone in the box, making sure it is upside down and the screen returned to the camera.
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Start the movie on your phone, close the box, and you have a DIY projector! Funny, right?
These are just some exceptional cuts of smart phone photography.
Try one or try everything and see what kind of fun you can have with nothing but a few items for the home and the phone!