Compensation, shutter speed... Controlled with our smartphone just like any digital camera. But taking a good picture with the mobile in manual mode has its limitations. Some advices: inesem business school course in digital photography (university degree + 8 ects credits) more information • manual mode is best when the foreground is static and the scene is poorly lit. • it can be your best ally in night photography since you can compensate the values until you get the desired effect. • try that your mobile is configured so that the camera takes photos as quickly as possible.
Most of the time we will use our smartphone in automatic mode, let's see a few options that are worth having active in automatic mode to take good pictures with the mobile: • the artificial intelligence included in the smartphone establishes default modes e commerce photo editing according to scenes. Experiment with and without scene detection to see when it works best for you. •flash always off . It doesn't matter if it's night: the flash should only go out if you consider it appropriate. • always at maximum sensor size . It is best to keep them as large as possible, as this way you will lose as little information as possible when editing them later.
Of course, make sure that the larger dimensions do not slow down the camera. •use the digital zoom as little as possible. Proportion and perspective help us take good pictures with the mobile good photographs tell stories. When taking the photograph, try to highlight the main or most interesting element. One trick, center the element in the foreground. This is not mandatory since everything depends on the composition, the moment and the imagination. In fact, it may look better on one side of the scene: take advantage of the rules that divide the screen to position the elements of your photo. As advice for your composition; use the 3x3 rule. It consists of placing the highlight (the object, the person in the