The Culture Supplier – Marcus Gilmore
1. Edit photos after the fact
2 . Use the volume buttons as shutter buttons
One of the many downfalls of a screen-based shutter is stability, and it’s further tested every time you jostle your phone to get the perfect shot. Use the volume controls on the side to snap your shots instead, and keep a tighter grip.
3 . Test out HDR mode
Admittedly this can sometimes leave you with an image in Willy Wonka hues, but turning on High Dynamic Range will combine three different exposures into one image for situations with less-than-optimal lighting.
We’re naturally inclined to take photos from chest level, but lowering your phone to belly-button height can lengthen your subject and provide a more dynamic-looking image. Provided you’re not so low you’re giving them a double chin.
5 .Enable Burst mode for action shots
It’s as easy as holding your shutter button down for a few seconds. The Burst function will take multiple pics in rapid succession, ensuring you don’t miss the perfect shot.
Source : Thrillest.com