10 iphone photography tips

by Staff May 7, 2016 at 9:08 am

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  4. Hi Matt, thanx for all tips. I'm also a big fan of Snapseed however the problem I face with Snapseed is the pixel loss. How can I avoid that. As long as you see the images on small screen all is ok but once these images pops up on the larger 32"+ than its a real disaster. I'm a motoring blogger you can check some of my work at Instagram: samisiddiqi1.

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  7. 0:01:46 Finally, somebody understands the truth about lossy digital zoom. From my school, soembody with a Note Four says: LOOK! I HAVE GOT EIGHT TIMES ZOOM! YOUR ZOOM IS ONLY FOUR TIMES! MY NOTE FOUR HAS EIGHT TIMES ZOOM!!!!! (How stupid) Only Optical and LOSSLESS Digital Zoom is good.

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  9.  This friend of mine is a bit of a iPhone landscape photographer. Some of the shots he showed me really changed my opinion on iPhone photos. Yes the iPhone has limitations, but when you take care with composition, framing etc etc an iPhone can give you very pleasing images… it it may be the only camera you have on you.

  10. About this "the best camera is the camera you have with you". In a survival book written when Jarvis was a baby, the guy said "the best survival knife is the knife you have on you in a survival situation".

    But very good "iphone photography tips"… very practical and relevant.

  11. +Matt Granger have a question about selfies ?

    Since you do portraits thought you could advise. Front cam or rear camera have a focal length that is around 30mm in 35mm speak.

    Would taking a selfie from a distance of 6-9 feet and then cropping simulate a longer focal length closer to 75-90mm which is better for portraits than 30mm. Haf the image will be lost due to cropping but the idea is making a more natural looking portrait with a fixed focus lens.

    My point is you get a better looking selfie if the photo is taken at a greater distance than the length of one's arm. True or false ?

  12. Small correction: The polarizer is NOT called 'circular' because you have to rotate it. It's circular because the filtered light comes out circularly polarized rather than linearly (which is because autofocus/metering can have problems with linearly polarized light). Even though it creates circularly polarized light, It sill filters out light in a specific linear direction. That's why you have to rotate it, to select the direction of the linear part of the filter.

  13. Where is Nokia here ? I mean seriously ….. iphone vs nokia =nokia makes so much better images …. just why do photographers think only iphone exist 🙂 it like funny when they don't pay attention to technology in smartphones 

  14. Matt's statement:  like it or not that most photos are now shot using mobile phones ??? Camera fans like us should remember its ALL ABOUT THE FINAL IMAGE CONTENT  – NOT having the latest kit…or is it? 

  15. Other tips

    Use volume button to take picture or even better plug headphones in and use clicker button

    Use flash or small tripod, iphone loves to use slow shutter speeds. View some images in iPhoto and have a look at the shutter speeds.

  16. Just a note: circular polarizers are not called circular because you have to rotate them to get the effect. Even linear polarizers have to be rotated. The "circular" (or "linear") part refers to the polarization characteristics of the light passing through the filter.

  17. Hi Matt,
    Can you help me settle something? I have been reading lots of reviews saying that iphone camera is the best, better than say sony's new xperia which shoots 20 or 22 mpixels and I believe better ISO performance. Since this phone comes from Sony, I expect it to be a good sensor. Anyway, the way I understand it, the iPhone has been getting good reviews because of warmer colors, sharpness being pretty much across all the flagship smartphones these days. So my point, and I don't know if you guys agree: better off getting a high resolution sensor and edit your image yourself in post. 

  18. Use a paper napkin/tissue over your mobile flash to soften the light. Need to hold it tight against the flash and make sure it doesn't cover the lens but I've found it handy. 

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