Tips Foto Dengan Kamera HP (Part 1)

Photo Tips with a Cellphone Camera (Part 1)

For those of you who want to learn more about photography but don't have a DSLR or mirrorless camera, you can also use a cellphone camera to learn. No need to feel inferior, KEE friends. Because even though you only have a cell phone, if you understand and master the knowledge and good shooting techniques, you can say that you are a potential professional photographer! Come on, let's look at these tips for taking photos with a cellphone camera:

1. Get to know your cellphone's capabilities

Everything definitely has advantages and disadvantages. It would be better if you master the weaknesses and strengths of your cellphone camera so that you can maximize its use. For example, how good is the camera quality, is it better to take photos during the day or at night, can it shoot objects in low light conditions? You really need to think about these questions so that you can be more sensitive and creative in using the features on your cellphone.

2. Learn and try various settings

Usually there are various effects and mode settings on the camera, you can try them one by one. For example, HDR mode, burst mode, sepia photo effect, black and white, etc. Never be afraid to try, maybe you can get ideas from there.

3. Learn the basics of photo composition

The purpose of arranging the composition is to build the mood of the photo so that there is a balance of objects in the photo. Arranging the composition can train the eye's sensitivity to capture various elements such as lines, shapes, colors and light and darkness. The easy way is that when you are going to take a photo, you can try to think again about whether the subject and elements in the frame are suitable or not, is there still a way to make it look better? You can shift the subject or you need to shift.

4. Pay attention to exposure

Exposure refers to how much light enters the sensor which affects how bright or dark the resulting photo is. Exposure will affect the overall quality of the photo.

5. Light

Usually the problem when taking photos indoors is the minimal amount of light. Even though the right amount of light can make your photos look clear and crisp. Food photos look tempting, facial expressions look happier, and environments look more detailed. Try to use natural light, you can take photos near a window or door when indoors. At night you can use additional light in the form of a flash, but remember to use a diffuser so that the light is not too harsh.

6. Be sensitive to interesting moments

Important and interesting moments usually come unexpectedly, you need to be careful in seeing and being quick to capture these moments. Focus on the main subject with various settings on your camera so that the results are optimal.


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