The 11 Pro iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and Pixel 4 pack the best cameras you can buy. Since your phone is always with you, you’re ready to shoot whenever an opportunity appears.
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Try Portrait Mode
In order to achieve an attractively shallow depth, professional photographers use telephoto lenses and wide apertures to take portraits. Phones with portrait modes replicate that by adding secondary zoom lenses and software, which blurs the background artificially.
Take your best portraits when you’re outdoors in the sunlight. Look for backgrounds that are free from distracting objects to allow your subject to pop. The depth effect works best on most phones when your subject is about 6 to 8 feet away. Try, to shoot with the portrait mode, changing your distance, your angles and your background to see what you get.
Try Wide Angle View
Many phones pack a third lens with a super wide angle view. They’re great for packing more into a scene than the standard lens allows. Landscapes are an obvious subject for wide angles, you can use wide view to capture skyscrapers towers. You need to focus on your composition or a cool foreground subject, such as old tree in a landscape.
Try Telephoto Lens
Telephoto lenses let you zoom in on a scene much more than the standard lens, but it doesn’t reduce the image quality. The zoom can add a new angle to the shot-with a view to the expressions or other details of the individual.
Try Editing Your Photos
The iTunes App Store provides a ton of apps with more advanced features. Adobe Lightroom Mobile and Snapseed (iOS and Android), VSCO, Adobe Photoshop Express and Camera+. They all have a wide variety of color filters, frames, effects and other tweaks that can help transform your shot.
Try For The Light
Photography needs light, and in darkness no camera can take beautiful pictures. In total darkness, you need to find your own light source. Such as – passing car headlights, overhead streetlamps and skyscraper can be great light sources when you’re shooting at night.
Try New Creative Angle
Try new look with a fresh angle. Pro photographers look for light, shapes and can spot great compositions easily. The more you shoot and experiment, the more you’ll start to see the world like a fresh angle.