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Do you know how to create dreamy backgrounds with your phone? There used to be a time when the blurry background effect could only be achieved with professional cameras like DSLRs plus expensive lenses. Not any more! Newer phones now have a feature called Portrait Mode and it automatically creates blurry backgrounds by separating the subject from the background. There are more ways to achieve this effect even if you don't have Portrait Mode on your phone. Read our latest blog post to find out the other ways to get those dreamy blurry backgrounds that can take your photos from...

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Do You Want to Learn How To Shoot Like a Pro? Do you feel stuck in your mobile photos? Do you feel like you could be using the camera on your phone in a more professional way? You are not alone. Many people turn to online classes and courses to earn more about their phones and how to take better photos. There are a ton of online classes out there. We scoured the internet and came up with our list of best online classes to learn mobile photography. Read our latest blog post Learn Phone Photography With These Online Classes...

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Why should you keep an eye out for reflections? There are a variety of photography composition techniques. Do you have your go-to that you use all the time? Do you even think about composition or do you simply snap photos randomly? One sure-fire way to up your photo game and to get some unique photos that will get you some WOWS is to use reflections to compose your shots.  Look for water, glass, mirrors, metal, or any other reflective surface and use it to reflect objects….or yourself.  Don’t hesitate to edit your photos to emphasize the reflection.  P.S. Join our...

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Do you know what ISO is? Have you ever heard of ISO in photography? ISO is a function that works in collaboration with other functions to create the exposure triangle. When all settings are perfectly adjusted, you get a well-exposed photo.  The ISO, simply put, is about the sensitivity the camera is to light. The lower the number, 100 for example, the less light is let into the sensor. When shooting in darker locations or at night you will need a higher ISO number to let more light into the camera. But, the higher the number the more risk of...

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Do you know how to shoot in BURST MODE? Do you like to take action photos? Car races? Sports events? Did you know that you could take several consecutive photos at super high speed. When you compose your shot and you're ready to press the shutter button, keep your finger on the button and you will hear clicking sounds. The camera is taking a series of photos. You can also press the volume button and use it as the shutter button, and you will get a series of photos if you keep your finger on it. Afterwards, you can review...

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