#11 Photo of the Day [Mobile Photography]

Check out today’s Photo of the Day & Mobile Photography tip number 11…

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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

Garden photo, photo of the day

“A garden to walk in and to dream in…”

Mobile Photography Tip #11

There is absolutely nothing wrong in editing good photos to make them even better. Edit your photos to improve the quality, clarity and to make colors pop.

I recommend using adobe lightroom, the free version for mobile. You can apply a profile (filter) or one of the presets. There is a lot more you can do and experiment with. But never over do it or it will look very artificial and won’t look good at all.


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. Thank you for that good suggestion. I will try that app and explore photography some more.
    I’ve been obsessed with pictures lately. My recent blog post was inspired by an old photo. I hope you can drop by and give it a look.
    ❤️Eva

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    1. Thank you so much Eva for sharing your thought. I checked your post, impressed with the photos ❤︎

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      1. Thank you very much 😊

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  2. That would be a wonderful inspiration for writing and just sink into your favorite book

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  3. That would be a wonderful inspiration for writing and just to sink into a favorite book

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    1. That’s such a lovely thought, thank you so much for sharing. Appreciate the gesture ❤︎

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  4. adobe costs a lot 😭😭

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    1. You can use the mobile version of adobe lightroom, which is free. I use this free one only 🙂

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      1. You could try snapseed, it’s a lot similar to lightroom. Good app for editing photos.

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  5. a wonderful post and reminder. there is nothing wrong with editing. for me, the camera may capture the scene, but not always how my “eye” saw the scene. 🙂

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    1. So true. Thank you so much for the appreciation & for sharing your thought 🙂

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