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How To Increase The Picture Standard Of Your Android Phone Camera Using These 8 Tips(Photos)

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1. Use Balloons Instead of Drones.

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2. Use Dark Material to Set Exposure.

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While you can certainly adjust ISO in your phone's “Pro Mode”, you can do a quick-and-dirty exposure hack with any dark material. Take your material, a piece of paper or dark clothing work great, and put it in front of the camera.

3. Learn How to Use Manual/Pro Mode.

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Check the exposure of your shot with the light meter visible through your viewfinder.

Pick an aperture.

Adjust the shutter speed.

Pick an ISO setting.

If the light meter “ticker” is lined up with 0 you have a “properly” exposed picture.

Take the Shot.

4. Use Polarized Sunglasses for a Polarized Filter. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

A polarizing filter or polarising filter (see spelling differences) is often placed in front of the camera lens in photography in order to darken skies, manage reflections, or suppress glare from the surface of lakes or the sea.

5. Use a Plastic Sandwich Bag to Create Natural Haze. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.


Wrap the zip-lock end around your camera lens leaving the torn end overlapping the lens a little bit. Most of us are holding the lens while we shoot so now you are holding the plastic bag on the lens with your hand. Now manipulate the bag as you shoot so the center of the lens is unobstructed and have fun


6. Make a macro lens the DIY photography way View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Take a body cap and carefully cut a hole in the front, then tape the tube securely to the body cap. When all is secure, attach the lens, reversed so that the front element goes into the tube, and tape into place. Mount the camera on a tripod and move the subject into focus.

7. How To Create Lens Flare with a Reflective Object View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Remove your lens hood

Position your subject with his or her back to the sun

Adjust your subject's position and/or your camera angle

Take more than one shot, even if your subject isn't moving

Switch to spot metering.

8. Lens Flare View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Lens flare refers to a phenomenon wherein light is scattered or flared in a lens system, often in response to a bright light, producing a sometimes undesirable artifact within the image. ... Flare manifests itself in two ways: as visible artifacts, and as a haze across the image.

9. How To Make a Pinhole Camera for your Smartphone

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Cut a square hole. Cut a square hole into the middle of one of your pieces of card stock.

Tape foil over the hole. Tape a piece of aluminum foil over the hole.

Poke a hole in the foil. Use your pin or paper clip to poke a small hole in the aluminum foil.

Try it out

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The pinhole may be punched or drilled using a sewing needle or small diameter bit through a piece of tinfoil or thin aluminium or brass sheet. This piece is then taped to the inside of the light-tight box behind a hole cut through the box. A cylindrical oatmeal container may be made into a pinhole camera.

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