7 Smartphone Photography Tips & Tricks

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49 Responses to 7 Smartphone Photography Tips & Tricks

  1. Funtory設計生活 says:

    國外攝影師,教大家如何用iPhone拍出好相片

    第一招跟第七招好實用,學起來~~
    http://youtu.be/fTz4Nhgm_SQ

  2. Renata Davidson says:

    New subscriber – very cool tips. Thanks a lot!

  3. Maria Stepanov Sommerfield says:

    This has some interesting tips. I might use the car foil one the next time
    I take a portrait. 

  4. Sanjay Chauhan says:

    Some fun ways to take your next picture.
    #camera #smartphonephotography 

  5. Henry Stradford says:

    7 Smartphone Photography Tips & Tricks #iphoneography #photographytips 

  6. Martin Gugerell says:

    Echt gute Tipps für jeden Mobilphone-Besitzer :-)

    #photography #mobile #photographer 

  7. Lisa Watson says:

    awesome video!! love the tips definitely going to try those out thank you!

  8. André Coelho says:

    Para quem não ainda não viu no fórum do curso, aqui estão algumas dicas bem
    interessantes de utilização de celulares, em especial Iphone. espero que
    gostem. Abs . André. #knightmooc

    http://youtu.be/fTz4Nhgm_SQ

  9. Alonso Gaudionlux says:

    7 trucos y tips para fotos con smartphones. Genial!!

  10. uranglintau says:

    Wow.. it got my jaw dropping, subscribed :)

  11. Janne Kuivasniemi says:

    Älypuhelin kikkoja:

    7 Smartphone Photography Tips & Tricks

  12. rebirth2526 says:

    You got a subscriber !!!

  13. Rafael João says:

    7 Smartphone Photography Tips & Tricks

  14. อาภาภรณ์ แสงเรืองรอบ says:

    ไปเจอของคนนี้ก็โอเคนะ เข้าไปดูมีตั้งหลายอย่างให้เลือกดู
    7 Smartphone Photography Tips & Tricks: http://youtu.be/fTz4Nhgm_SQ

  15. Jessica Martins says:

    you guys are amazing.
    I just finished my photography course and I’ve been looking for this kind
    of tips and tricks that we don’t learn at school.
    plus, your videos are super fun to watch.

  16. CampingTaco says:

    Why do you have 2 aperture science logos as your logo

  17. Movistar Panamá says:

    Tips y trucos para que esta #navidad tengas buenos recuerdos en #fotos
    desde tu #SmartPhone.

  18. Press says:

    *Siedem trików w fotografii smartfonowej*

    Fotograf Lorenz Holder z Niemiec przekonuje, że zdjęcia robione smartfonem
    wcale nie muszą być kiepskiej jakości. W krótkim materiale wideo prezentuje
    jak wykonać ciekawe ujęcia.

    #fotografia #smartfon #zdjecia #mobile 

  19. Tomáš Vít says:

    *Sedm šikovných zlepšováků pro focení mobilem*
    Vynalézavé video, 3 minuty.

  20. Kat Khatibi says:

    Well now I want to get a glass and find a lake. Pretty neat!

    #smartphonephotography 

  21. Alister Robbie says:

    well played.

  22. Marilyn Bailey says:

    Well, that certainly was fun to watch and great inspiration as well!
    Thanks for being so creative and then sharing too!

  23. Veljko Vidak says:

    Great video! What is the name of this song?

  24. Mark B. Stone says:

    I *need* to become a better photographer, I need it. Make me believe
    people, make me believe those words!

  25. Tyler Bell says:

    Why is your own picture on the wall?

  26. Bas van der Meij says:

    Nikon has a setting where you can turn the image review off (Well, my D3200
    has that), which means that you won’t see it after you take the picture.

    It has improved me. o.O

  27. Nathan King says:

    I signed up to the email thing, but I can’t find the free 60 minute studio
    flash video. Can anyone help me find it?

  28. Massi Mo says:

    Maybe you should look up some tips yourself, your website strongly suggests
    you need “tips to becoming a better photographer”. In fact, look up “how to
    become a photographer”, and then look for “becoming a Better photographer”.
    I’m so sick of all this bullshit and these rants…… Gonna look up a way
    so this channel won’t show up on my YouTube page anymore.
    PS: You seem like a nice guy, but your Photography is just talk… 

  29. Jade Jarvis says:

    Excellent tips for a better photographer. My favorite is the one about
    covering up the LCD screen. Thank you! 

  30. mentalmetal1 says:

    the howard stern of photography.

  31. Carlos Roberto López Hernández says:

    I found your tips very useful, if that matters the expensive but most
    effective learning technic for being a better photographer is to shoot
    slides, those guys have to be nearly perfect exposed, and if you screen
    them in the old fashioned way, you’re not going to be able to crop… unless
    you put some tape.
    Ps: I’m conscious that shooting with film is harder than it use to be, but
    at least in the US, you’re still able to buy stuff and get it developed. 

  32. Judge Dredd says:

    Oh should I pick up a tshirt so I can get the trinket so I can imagine how
    to frame a shot? Is that a good idea?

  33. Randy Stewart says:

    Excellent advice Jared. Keeping in mind and putting into action here.
    Thanks!

  34. Chassidy Bergland says:

    My name is Chassidy Bergland. I am 19, with a 6 week old daughter. Please
    support me in becoming a professional photographer to support my family:
    gofund.me/cbergphotography 

  35. thetechreviewers33 . says:

    I actually try to forget the LCD.

    And what’s funny is that when i don’t look at my LCD!
    i get better shots… not always but a lot of times, simpely because i tend
    to think more about the framing

    And you’re completly right about, whatever camera you’re using, get out
    their and shoot

  36. Marcos Monterroso says:

    I do crop pictures sometimes, if u know what you are doing you can get good
    results

  37. K Nema says:

    I like you I think you are crazy in very very good way!!! Love, KANA!

  38. eddie grimsley says:

    you are right when you say only take 36 pictures and don’t look at your
    screen that is a great way. however I like to look at al my work to see
    every shot to get better

  39. John Haddndiggn says:

    1. I started with a Minolta Dynax and my first 36-picture memory-cards came
    in a green roll. I had several films with me so I wasn’t limited to 36
    pics, but in the beginning it was quite painful to literally pay for every
    miss and get the result days later. So I really don’t recommend to f*ck up
    36 situations until you realize that you screwed up something in the
    beginning. Use the ability to take a picture a zillion times with different
    settings and review the settings right on the spot. When you are at home at
    now that you saw a beautiful sunset and all you have left is dark night and
    a kind of orange-ish ball on a moon-like scene, you can’t see what went
    wrong and so you start reproducing the problems and errors people tried to
    avoid by having a digital camera in the first place.
    2. Total yes.
    3. He is right here, but isn’t this the same guy nagging on a portrait on
    which the focus wasn’t quite perfect?
    4. If you don’t crap, it feels better! Not after a week, I guess. The
    challenging thing about not cropping is something I can agree with. But I
    don’t get the rest. As all these hints are mostly for beginners, I don’t
    see why cropping could be bad. The average guy taking a Photo of an animal
    far away may just have bought a Canon entry-DSLR with a 18-55 and the
    55-250mm. If you can only take a picture of a bird if it is really small in
    your photo even at 250mm, you may be thankful that even the 8 MP of your
    2005 Model entry-level-DSLR are enough to crop half of the picture away and
    still being able to print the result in letter-format without visible loss
    of quality at a normal viewing distance. That’s not near 40 by 60, but you
    have a picture. And be aware that it’s either that or 1,500 $ for a
    100-400mm lens.
    If you happen to have such a lens in your pocket, of course you’d be stupid
    not to use it, but to crop a 135mm picture. Of couese, even if you can
    solve the situation by getting another composition it is fine to do so and
    it is a good idea to try that first. If you find yourself in a now (and
    crop later) or never situation, go for the cropping option, if you don’t
    need a 40 by 60 to use you reading glass with.

  40. Matilde Monti says:

    Thinking about going back to film and getting a Pentax k1000. Do you think
    that it a good idea to go back to film?

  41. jeffry flores says:

    you say to not crop but what if you’re trying to get a closer up picture
    but your lenses don’t allow you. Like if you’re at a soccer game and you’re
    using a 55-200 lenses but its still not close enough for a player far
    away. 

  42. DaemoniumCC says:

    Having your own huge picture on the wall..

  43. Vittorio Fabregas says:

    My thoughts on these tips:

    1) I used a film camera to better my photography and it just didn’t help
    me. I ended up taking multiple shots of the same photo but with different
    settings each shot to understand what exactly happens when you change
    things and angles. The only limit I put myself in is if i don’t see it
    being a nice picture I usually don’t take it. I understand your point but I
    personally think this is faster.

    2) SO MUCH YES!!!!

    3) I went from iPhone – Point and Shoot – Entry level DSLR – M43 and my
    next camera will be APS-C. You have no excuse to not take photos and you’ll
    learn with whatever you have.

    4) Out of the last 2000 pictures I have taken I have cropped probably 5 of
    them. Yes the Image Quality gets degraded.

  44. eddie grimsley says:

    nice video check my videos out

  45. J_M_W_77 says:

    I like to pull out my Ricoh KR-5….and laugh and laugh. I now shoot with
    something very similar to this in digital. you have to focus, I mean really
    focus on what you are doing, where with digital, and especially shooting
    RAW, you can fire and fire and deal with it later.

  46. Agostinho Pereira says:

    agree

  47. 鄉講仁 says:

    another tip, DON”T shoot RAW. haha

  48. Simon Andert says:

    i gave him a chance. but after this stupid intro of his… i’m out.

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