With a megapixel camera, iPhone, especially iPhone 4s with 8MP camera and optics, can basically satisfy us in taking elegant photos. However, because of the diverse requirements of different people, many masters of photography don't like to take photos with iPhone because it cannot meet their needs in shooting professional pictures. Thus, problem comes up - can we take professional photos with iPhone? Of course. Here we present you several tips collected from different suggestion and experiences shared by people who are good at taking photos with iPhone. We hope those may help you a lot. OK, let's check them out.
Tip 1: Hold the iPhone steadily when pressing the shutter
In order not to catch blurry photos, it is necessary to hold the iPhone steadily with hands together or have it securely fixed in place. If you cannot help jittering your hands when pressing the shutter, a tripod is helpful. This tool is the a perfect mate for every cameraman.
Tips 2: Choose more colorful scenes
It is easier for iPhone's camera to catch more details in a colorful scene. As we all know, an excellent photography does not only depend on the pixels of camera, but also relies on the the influence of light. No matter what place you want to take, you have to choose an angle which offers enough light. A colorful scene can reflect more light when we take photos, which also guarantees brighter and better photos.
Tips 3: Put your finger on the shutter button while vViewfinding
It is not a wise behavior to find the shutter button after you have found a view to photograph. The splendid sight is so precious that awaits you no more than a second. Putting your Finger on the shutter button enables you to shoot every precious moment. Meanwhile, you may shake the screen when you access to the shutter button.
Tips 4: Be avoid the digital zoom
Digital Zoom will distort or pixelate images which turns your photos to be the work of amateurs. It seems that Digital Zoom will enlarge your photos. However, it cannot refocus the lens to adjust or zoom photo, so it will blurry your photo. Our advice is to move closer to the target sight and to catch a better scene.
Tips 5: Let sun be at your back when shooting with iPhone
Taking photos in facing sun, you will find photos are to overexposed that your photos look like a vulgarian. Unless you ask a distinctive style or manner to express your photo. If let sun be at your back when shooting, you will find the target object will become exceptionally great.
Tips 6: Use some utilities to improve the photo quality
Some app for photography on iPhone is helpful for photographers. Instagram is a free application which helps users to fix photos through the extensive filters with a variety of styles to photos. Then you can use iPhone to PC Transfer to Copy Camera Roll from iPhone to Computer or upload to Twitter and Facebook directly through this software.
OK, that's all. We do hope tips above can help you take professional photos with iPhone. What are you waiting for? Take out your iPhone to make a try. Mind that you do not forget to use iPhone to PC Transfer Software to extract all your dedicated photos to computer to share with friends. If you have interests in this software, you may also free download it here to make a try.
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