How to Take the Best Travel Photos With Your Smartphone: Expert Tips

Want to take the impeccable photos for your excursion? Here’re the tips that you required!
Have you felt that annoyance when you were thrilled to browse through the astonishing photos you thought you had clicked, only to realize they came out all blurred and obscure? Well, I’ve seen many excursionists go through this, and I decided to assure that never happens to you.

Here are some great tips to mentor you towards better photography skills while traveling.

1. Grid View

For capturing scenes that are best, it is desirable to switch to the ‘grid’ view where shots divide into numerous rectangular segments. Keep your subject as close as attainable to the point where these lines meet.
For Android- Tap the ‘Menu’ button, choose settings; look for ‘show grid’ in the viewfinder.
For iOS– Go to the ‘Photos & Camera’ in the main Settings app, and then toggle the ‘Grid’ switch to on.

2. Minimize Those ‘Cool’ Special Effects

Yes, effects like ‘sepia’ and others are tempting but don’t overdo it. Just click the original photos and edit them later as per the filters of your choice. 

3. Stability

Extra support can do wonders. Use the tripod, table or mantelpiece, and use it as great as you can. You can purchase mobile tripods if you desire to get the best results.
4. Focus & Exposure
Pat anywhere on the screen to alter focus and exposure accordingly. The option to ‘lock’ focus or exposure will limit your camera from changing the exposure while you’re taking shots.

5. Say ‘No’ To Digital Zoom

Digital zooming will turn your images gritty and pixyish. Keep the digital zoom to a minimum, if you can’t refrain it totally.

6. Use HDR

An updated version of the cameras in your Smartphone is HDR mode, which basically applies a high dynamic range filter to your photos, composing them look much more skillful. It also helps to boost the dynamic range by keeping the darkest and lightest parts of the photo in balance.

7. Third Party Camera Apps

While the default camera in your Smartphone may seem to be adequate, there are many characteristics it lacks which are available to various third-party camera apps that you can install.

8. Burst Mode

This mode lets you click several photos instantly, in one go! You can later select the best one, and delete the rest.

9. Macro Mode

When trying to capture small plants, flowers, ferns, etc, expand the aperture if you have a DSLR. Go for the point-and-shoot in the macro mode that evades out the background, making your subject stand out amazingly.

10. Lighting

For clicking vibrant photos that look professional, lighting is very important. Dim or poor lighting can ruin what could have been one of the best photos in your travelogue.

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