Reblog: 5 Phone Photography Tips for Beginners — Wandering Ambivert

It’s interesting: I’ve been wanting some tips for taking pictures with my iPhone (I have some birds I want to digitally capture, though how I turned into a bird lady still mystifies me) when poof! the universe handed me what I need. Life’s like that sometimes. Perhaps the convenient synchronicity is an apology for the crappy stuff the universe regularly bestows?

Probably not. Coincidences remain pleasing, nonetheless.


5 Phone Photography Tips for Beginners — Wandering Ambivert

We might be talking about phone photography but it’s still photography. Give your phone the same respect you would give a normal DSLR camera. 1 – Get closer Get as close as you can. You might be surprised by your phone’s macro capabilities. Taken with Samsung A70 2 – Lower the exposure When you’re taking […]

5 Phone Photography Tips for Beginners — Wandering Ambivert

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