Top 5 Tips for taking better iPhone Photography

Top 5 Tips for taking better iPhone Photography

Some tips and tricks to iPhone photos

  1. Find good lighting: Lighting can make or break a photo. Natural light is usually the best, so try to shoot outdoors or near windows during the daytime. Avoid harsh overhead lighting that can create shadows or wash out your subject.

  2. Keep it steady: A steady hand is crucial for sharp, clear photos. If possible, stabilize your iPhone with a tripod or prop it against a stable surface. You can also use the volume button on your headphones as a remote shutter release to minimize camera shake.

  3. Focus and exposure: Tap on the screen to focus on your subject and adjust the exposure. This ensures that your subject is sharp and well-exposed. Experiment with different focus points and exposure settings to achieve the desired effect.

  4. Portrait Mode: Pay attention to composition to create visually appealing photos and if appropriate use the Portrait Mode to create depth of field.

  5. Edit your photos: Don’t be afraid to edit your photos to enhance their look. Use built-in editing tools or third-party apps to adjust exposure, contrast, saturation, and other aspects of your photo as well as adjust your F stop when using Portrait Mode. It’s a game changer. Just remember not to overdo it – subtlety is key when editing photos.