Do you love to take pictures?
Has this ever happened to you?
You’re with your friends and something memorable is happening and you want to capture it so you take some pictures that you will want to keep as memories. You get home and upload them to your computer so you can do some post processing, or just check them out. And maybe you will get some prints made. But your photos are blurry. Not terrible, but not good enough to print. You got some pictures that you can save for memories on your phone, but they look terrible any bigger. Taking great pictures with a phone camera is harder than with an SLR. A lot of the reason is that the iPhone is lighter, which makes it harder to hold still, and you are likely taking those types of pictures while having fun, and not really thinking about taking pictures.
Top 10 reasons why your photos are not as good as you would like.
* blurry photos
* focus in wrong place
* photos look flat
* parts of the shot overexposed
* parts of the shot underexposed
* too much noise in low light shots
* low resolution shots
* subject too far away
* red eye
* Colors are not vibrant
All these problems are fixable if you know what to do before, during and after you push the button.
I go over the issues that cause these problems with your photos, and give simple solutions to fix them.
Most of these issues can be fixed with minor adjustments in the way you take your shots and what you look for and think about when your setting up and taking the shots.
Don’t take any more disappointing pictures that you can avoid.