Top 10 Easy Tips for Shooting with the iPhone Camera
Although the resolution is limited, Apple still maintaining the quality of the camera on the iPhone it.
To optimize the iPhone camera so that the images more satisfactory for users, Apple also took a number of photographers to provide tips on photographing using the camera on the latest iPhone series, ranging from the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, 7, and 7 Plus.
The Cupertino-based company claims, a number of features embedded in the camera can maximize the image quality is better. As for whom such as High Dynamic Range (HDR), exposure , and much more.
Well , without having to elaborate further, let’s take a peek 7 tips to take pictures with the iPhone camera so the results ciamik! Citing information published via Mashable , Friday (06/02/2017), here’s how,
1. Take a photo backlight does need special tricks. Well , the iPhone is easy enough. You only need to turn on HDR to turn on highlight and shadow lighter.
Tap the object to be photographed and hold for a while, adjust the exposure (how: scroll up or down) as you wish. Voila ! automatic object will be much brighter.
2. Take a panoramic photo via the iPhone did not take. It’s easy, moved to the iPhone camera app, switch to Pano mode, tap to aim the sights and slowly move your iPhone device from left to right.
3. Move the camera closer to the subject who want to be photographed to produce more detailed images. Try to minimize the background ( background ) to cut the disruption of the subject you are going to photograph.
4. Try to find shade, keep the sun is behind the subject that you photograph so as to produce natural light.
5. Lower the setting of exposure in order to make the image look more cinematic.
6. Special iPhone 7 Plus: When you’re shooting an animal, be sure to give them a little room to move. If you use a mode portrait, wear a telephoto lens so you can get the best results when the subject (animal) being immobile.
7. The soft lighting that spreads will make you become the subject of the photo stand out.
8. Finally, look for the location of the photo is not too crowded, to avoid other people into the frame narrow.