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Camera phones have come a long way over the past few years, but failed to reach the overall image quality of the cameras of the point and shoot (not to mention the quality of DSLR cameras). Of course, manufacturers of expensive smartphones tout integrated camera with high quality but according to experts, if you want to take better pictures with your smartphone you need a few tips. They say the best camera is the one you carry with you, but that does not mean that it will always do and the best looking photos. Naturally, if you need to take a picture and not wearing his point and shoot or DSLR camera have to make do with the camera on your phone.

Only depending on its quality and lighting conditions, the results are often boring, ugly pictures that will hardly want to watch later. Here is few of the opinion that this can be changed with just a few tricks.

1. Do not underestimate the light

This rule applies when shooting with all smartphones and even some cameras. Most smartphones are unable to make good pictures in low light, which means that you must do everything possible to highlight as many objects.

2. Wipe the lens of his camera

This advice may seem silly, but the lens on your smartphone can easily be contaminated. If your lens is dirty, the other tips here just would not make sense. So it is desirable from time to time to clean it with a soft cloth.

3. Avoid digital zoom

Digital zoom should be avoided as this reduces image quality – the more you zoom in, the worse it will look like your picture. The easiest option is simply to get close to your subject you will shoot.

4. Careful with flash

Flash your smartphone can help you get a better picture when you do not have enough light, but if you leave it on “Auto” mode, many phones will use it more often than necessary. And this white LED light can be very ‘rough’. If you find that in spite of everything you need flash, you can soften its light by placing a thin white sticker on it.

5. Verify your resolution

Most applications for cameras have a setting that allows you to take pictures in different resolutions. Lower resolutions are nice and a better choice if you just want to make a quick photo and send it via MMS. It will be saved on your phone faster, but if your goal is a photo that you want to keep ahead, it’s better to make a higher resolution.

6. While filming keep your phone firmly

Whenever you take a picture with your phone by holding it still. Sure that your hands do not move while shooting, because it can make the picture blurry images, especially if your device is not stabilized optical or digital image. For the same reason, be careful when pressing the shutter button – the pressure must be light.

7. Set your exposure

The biggest problem the cameras of smartphones is their inability to make good pictures in low light. And exposure is one of the best settings to help you deal with this situation. Adjusting the exposure of higher value allows more light to enter the lens, which means that you will get lighter and brighter pictures.

8. Editing

You can always make a photo look better by editing it slightly. If you use it correctly, the photo editor can become boring image into a work of art. However, it is better to avoid excessive use.

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