#6 Photo of the Day [Mobile Photography]

Check out today’s Photo of the Day & Mobile Photography tip number 6…

Who doesn’t like taking photos with their phones? We all do! Infact some people (like me) indulge in a lot of mobile photography! I’m sharing one with you today-

The Photo of the Day

Photography, photography tip

Ruins of an old glorious structure!

Mobile Photography Tip #6

The rule of thirds is one of the most important concept to learn in photography. It can be used in all types of photography to produce images which are more balanced.

The rule of thirds involves mentally dividing up your image using two horizontal lines and two vertical lines. You then position the important elements in your scene along those lines, or at the points where they meet.

You can also set your mobile camera to open with grid lines. Open your phone camera, then go to settings, look for grid lines and click on 3*3. Go back to camera, you’ll see the lines which will definitely help you position and capture your subject better.


For more Photography Tips check out this post-

💬 Did you like the photo of the day?

Do share if you have any tips on mobile photography.

Thank you 📷
  1. I tried this rule too, you have no idea how miserably I failed 🙂

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    1. Don’t worry, practice a few more times. You’ll get better at it. ☺

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  2. Fantastic pictures. Just wishes for me, but I love the talents of others.

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    1. Thank you so much, you’re very kind ❤︎

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  3. The photo looks amazing…. 📷 good job!

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  4. some times, breaking the “rules” offers an interesting photo.

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