Taking pictures is easy now. Many phones, in fact most, have cameras and, if you want to take the sharp thing you need to do is get your camera on your smartphone, concentrate and click right? Of course, you must have your picture but how is the quality of this image? With your Android phone you can take better photos at night, change the background to blur and so much more.
Hardware and software on your phone can affect the quality of the images and vary from one phone model to another. The software on the phone can open up more manual controls that can assist you in advanced photography. Always update your phone and check other camera settings and see what they have. Consider the following tips and experience great photography.
Even in the day, use the flash
The flash provides a crack to shade and area with low exposure especially on sunny days; It's like your secret recipe for a wonderful meal so use it. During the day, the flash can help improve the appearance of the content. For example, the cheek can be emphasized; forehead or area around the eyes may need to change if they appear too dark.
Smartphone cameras tend to adjust the exposure to bright areas that lead to a much dark dark shadow. You can automatically or manually turn on the flash and it will pop up detail when you're within a few feet. Remember to keep close to your content. You can use the monitor flash when the background colors are. If the subject is dark, you may want to avoid sunbathing or a colorful sky, but it is located in the foreground with the flash.
For better night shots, set ISO Settings
Try to use any light available because using a strong flashlight might blow your pictures while the blinking blinks could not be cut. Ask the subject to be still and if it's hard for you to still be available, use the application settings of your phone. Even though the parts of the image are unclear, you can add them by using other tools. The camera's ISO settings at movie speed are more or less like those on a standard camera. The higher the number is susceptible, it's too light, but it can also be loud and interferes with the color. Practice with the camera time to get to know it.
Try not to use Digital Zoom
Camera device can not move its lens and can expand or zoom in, but instead it's digital zoom. Although the zoom feature is there, you should rarely use it because instead of getting more detailed information, it blows up the image. If you want to change the image, you can do it later on a computer or with an image editing application, but you can not reverse the image already taken. Walk close to the subject if the material can not do it to fill the frame. It is still recommended to avoid zooming, even if the content is a bit long and moving, such as when trying to take a picture of a reputation that may not be unnecessary. Take the shot and change it later.
Good lighting brings great pictures
A great description can make even a picture taken of any phone look great and keep in mind that lighting is important when taking pictures. The light should be on the back and ask you to leave if you are facing the sun. Use the three lights, if possible. key lamp, fountain lamp and tail light to illuminate the scenes. From the next closest camera comes the key light; The fill light is switched on to soften the shadow and backlight as the name indicates, describing the back cover or side of the door to give depth to the scene. When indoors you can use light from the window as a key and fill the light and the lamp for the backlight. The camera will make bright light thus avoiding other bright sources.
These few tips should help you get high quality photos with your Android phone and have fun while you do.
Source by Philip Edwards Hausner