#8 Photo of the Day [Mobile Photography]

Check out today’s Photo of the Day & Mobile Photography tip number 8…

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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

Photo, rose, mobile photography

My rose, you’re the loveliest thing in the world!

Mobile Photography Tip #8

Before you click capture on the camera, set the exposure on your shot. Exposure will determine how light or dark your picture will appear once it’s captured. To set the exposure you simply need to tap on the subject to focus on them. The camera will use the focus point to set the exposure in the shot.


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.


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  1. Thanks for sharing. It is a useful tip.

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    1. Thank you, I’m glad you found it useful 😊

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      1. I am bad a selfies, may be because I don’t have the correct technique or my hand are not stable. The other pics are ok, not specially great.

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      2. I can relate to that, I suck at taking selfies too. Experiment with different angles and watching YouTube tutorials might also help. If you find a great tip, do share with me 😀

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      3. I would do that but since I am not that keen on taking selfies, so I will wait till you can give a few good pointers. 😜

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  2. i usually shoot my photos a bit under exposed (either with my phone or my “real cameras”) as i like the color to be a bit more saturated.

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    1. That is a great tip- keep photos under exposed to get more saturated colors in them. Thank you so much for sharing the thought.

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  3. That is a good tip, thank you!

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    1. Thank you so much Mandy for the kind words ☺

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  4. I’m learning about mobile photography a little everyday and this tip is so simple yet sounds very effective. Thank you for sharing. The rose looks just magical.

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    1. Thank you so much Jheelam for the appreciation. You are amazing & you simply made my day! I’m glad you found the tips useful, I’ll try to bring more of such tips in future.
      My best wishes to you ❤︎

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      1. ❤ ❤ Thank you for such a heart-melting comment. Have a happy festive season.

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      2. You’re most welcome. My best wishes for the festive season to you too 🎉

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