Having a smartphone in your pocket can mean having access to a wide variety of content production tools.
Sometimes extra downloads aren’t even needed. For example, the native camera on the iPhone can take great photos if used to its full potential.
This tutorial from the iPhone Photography School outlines ten ways to get the best exposure when taking pictures with the smartphone.
It also explains that, while exposure can be adjusted in editing, getting it right as the photos are being taken makes for a better result.Tags: iphone photography, iphone reporting, mobile journalism
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