Landscape Photography – The Ultimate. Checklist For Great Shots. Tips And Tricks For Pro Photoshoot
- SET ISO 100/ ISO 200
- SHOT AT F/6 IN A/AV MODE
- USE A STURDY TRIPOD
- ACTIVATE MIRROR LOCK-UP
- USE A REMOTE RELEASE
- COMPOSE SUBJECT OFF-CENTER
- LOOK FOR ANY LEADING LINES
- INCLUDE FOREGROUND INTEREST
- FOCUS INTO THE FRAME
- EVALUATE THE SHOT’S HISTOGRAM
- APPLY FOR EXPOSURE COMPENSATION IF NEEDED
Skilled Images With Your Mobile – PRO PHOTOSHOOT TIPS AND TRICKS
1. Upgrade Your Mobile App
The Native Mobile App for Android is perfect for taking pictures. In reality, many of the free camera apps that are available in the market will help you take better, clearer photos. There are several great smartphone apps to choose from, featuring several camera apps including anti-tools, grid squares to properly line up your images, and with advanced editing and sharing options.
2. Start with Clean Lenses
Your smartphone gets much more used than your regular camera. It’s in your pocket or hands all day long and the lenses get dirty quickly. A perfect shot can be ruined by a fingerprint or smudge on the lenses, so clean the lenses with a microfiber cloth before taking images.
3. Using Gridlines to keep your pictures straight when taking shots
Gridlines are helpful. But more importantly, they help you follow the third party rule to take eye-pleasing pictures with ease.
4. Using the Landscape Orientation
For some of your shots use the landscape orientation instead of the portrait orientation. The orientation of the landscape helps you to blend in more with the scene and is ideal for taking pictures of large groups of people as well as images of nature. These would even look better when they are viewed on your screen or on your TV.
5. Using the Highest Resolution
New Smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy A50 are excellent phones that can click at very high resolution. And usually the higher the photo’s resolution, the better it will look. To ensure that your pictures are of high quality, select the highest picture resolution available in your camera settings. Using the rear-mirror for your selfies, instead of the front mirror.
When selecting the highest resolution for images, you will need to store them outside rather than in the phone storage. To keep them on your computer, use photo-applications and cloud storage services like Picasa, Flickr, and Dropbox. Additionally, a high-micro-or Sim card may also be purchased to store such images directly on your phone.
6. Get Closer Instead of Zooming In
Most phones have a zoom feature, but you should never use it. It enlarges the picture and sacrifices the consistency, giving rise to grainy, blurred images that you are probably too ashamed to share.
Rather than using the zoom, get as close to your subject as you can. If you have too much context in the picture, you can still crop it later without losing the photo quality. Some apps, like the Native camera app, allow you to crop your pictures. Other common choices include Photoshop Express, Instagram, and Snapseed.
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