Composition is key to taking your photos to the next level. In this post, we'll explore 3 building blocks for strong compositions in smartphone photography: plane division, subject position, and depth. And there's a bonus. Let's get started!
Every smartphone works in a different way. Still, most of the features are the same and may produce similar results. In this blog we take a look at the Iphone. We give you some practical tips for shooting with your Iphone. Learn how to quickly create better and more beautiful photos with your Iphone.
Recently we were in Eindhoven in the Netherlands for a night photography workshop. You can also take beautiful photos with your smartphone in the dark. We'll show you an example.
On a regular basis, we go to the city of Rotterdam in The Netherlands for a few hours of smartphone photography. A while ago we were there and ran a night photography workshop. After the workshop fog entered the city. Quickly we reached for our smart phones and made the photo in this blog. Discover how we created the picture of the Erasmus Bridge in the fog.
Shooting with your smartphone in bad light gives you bad photos. At least if you believe many smartphone photographers. Fortunately, the reality is different. Discover how to take beautiful photos with less beautiful light and make the most of your smartphone photography.
Maybe you've heard about it: the rule of thirds. The rule of thirds will help you establish the composition during shooting. Find out how to use the rule of thirds in smartphone photography.
Almost everyone has a smartphone with a camera. And almost everyone takes photos with it. Whether it is 'just' everyday things or, for example, a children's party or holiday. Did you know that you can easily get more out of your mobile camera? Here are 5 smart tips for improving your smartphone photography.