Tips for better smartphone photography.
Yes, even you can take great travel photos with just your simple smartphone—no bulky camera needed. I use to take along my bulky camera on my vacation but now I travel with my smartphone and a small mirrorless camera.
Below are some tips to help you take better pictures on your vacation with your smartphone.
Know your smartphone camera
– Read your smartphone instructions. Knowing where everything is located will help capture those quick shoots that come up quickly.
– This will help your picture to be shaper.
Rule of thirds
– Easy way to improve your photos is to make use of the rule-of-thirds grid in your camera app. This is a relatively common feature in today’s camera apps. Make sure to turn yours on.
Get up close to subject and high
– See if you can photograph local cityscapes from a second- or third-floor window instead of street level.
Light source very important
– Photo’s are better if taken when the sun is low in the sky, either early in the morning or toward sundown.
Use an app for after-dark photography
– Cell phones struggle with color contrast and blurring at night. The solution: Download Night Camera, one of a few great options for time-delayed image capturing.
Hope these tips help you capture your travel memories that you can share in a instant.
I love traveling. It is a passion of mine–even as a child I would day dream about far away places. After raising my daughter, I found myself a empty nester, widow, retired, and searching for a new quest in life. Travel has always been there for me when I wanted to escape and get away from it all. I have experienced traveling with other women and alone because after several years of traveling with my husband, I became a widow with time to travel but my friends and family are often not able to come along. So I established a travel business to help other women who were ready to travel or who life may have thrown them a curve because they have gone through a lose of a spouse or partner, divorced, or she may be a caregiver needing a escape, or feeling a little neglected because their husband is not able or not willing to come along experience the same connection, freedom and rejuvenation I did traveling with other women traveling together or Solo.