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Don't place subject in the center of picture

One tip is the subject of the picture should be in one of the four corners of the camera grid. This allows unique pictures to be created just by changing up where the subject lies in the camera grid.

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From Dusk till Dawn: A Night Photography Tutorial

By day Marcus Kazmierczak works as an engineer for Automattic on new product research; by night he heads out for photography. He writes about night photography at…

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Bren reblogged this on Ryan Photography and commented:

A great tutorial, something that I will be trying in the future.

Use iPhone Accessories to Help Take Better Pictures

There are many options out there but one of the most common is the Olloclip camera accessory. The olloclip simply slides on the iPhone and allows you to have a wide angle, fish eye and macro type lens. 16 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds

I find the rules of photography interesting. Interesting in that they are good guidelines, and challenging in that, as an image creator, you need to decide when the best time to break the rules are.   320 more words

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Clean the Camera Lens!

One of easiest ways to increase picture quality is to clean the lens on your iPhone! With phones being in cases, in packets, getting touched by our hands, the lens gets very dirty. 14 more words

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Learning About Camera Settings

Hello again,

Hopefully everyone is familiar with some of the beginner photography terms I blogged about last week and had a chance to check out some other guides I posted on my… 316 more words

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Turn off your Flash

One feature which can limit the quality on iPhone pictures is the tiny led light used as a flash for the camera. The flash is just not powerful enough and cause your photos to turn out poorly. 21 more words

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