10 ways to improve iPhone photography with the stock camera app [Video]
Great tips to take better photos with the standard iPhone camera!
This weekend’s discussion of the Sony a6300 got me thinking about the iPhone’s camera, and how great it can be when wielded properly. Our own Ben Lovejoy shared his tips for taking good iPhone photos a few months ago, and now I’d like to share my 10 go-to tips for snapping better iPhone pictures.
Clean your camera lens
It seems obvious, but you wouldn’t believe how many times I’ve taken a photo only to realize that my lens was smudged or dirty. Always check your iPhone’s lens for debris and smudges. This is especially important for the larger iPhones, since the camera lip makes it easier to trap debris.
Also, while we’re on the topic of cleanliness, be sure to clean your screen. If you can’t see what you’re framing properly due to smudges, then it can hurt your ability to snag the photo that you’re after.
Avoid using digital zoom
The iPhone features a fixed lens, and as such, doesn’t feature optical zoom. Digital zoom isn’t actually…
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