Top 25 Tips To Take A Better Photos With Your iPhone And iPad

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Get some mileage on your iPhone and iPad with these useful and interesting camera tricks:

1 – Use the rear-facing camera.

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If you can take a selfie using the rear-facing camera, then do so as it takes photos a a much higher resolution.

2 – Shoot more subjects in one shot.

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Show more depth in your photos by trying to get more than one subject in. This will make your image look more three- dimensional and skillfully shot.

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3 – Use the + button on the side of your iPhone.

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When taking shots, use two hands and release the shutter by pressing on the + button on the side of your iPhone. This will make for a more steady shot.

4 – Use the grid lines.

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On your iPhone, there’s a grid line you can use to divide the picture into equal boxes of nine. This effectively helps with composing your image and make it more interesting.

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5 – Align two subjects diagonally.

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Take a shot of two subjects where they will look diagonally aligned. This creates visual harmony and balance to your image.

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