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SnApp Shots

SnApp Shots

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SnApp Shots is the definitive guide to the amazing photographic results now achievable on iPhones, Android phones, Windows phones, and Blackberries
SnApp Shots is the definitive guide to the amazing photographic results now achievable on iPhones, Android phones, Windows phones, and Blackberries

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Published by: ChronicleBooks on Feb 04, 2012
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Introduction 8Before the Shot 12
Understanding Your Phone’s Camera 14Different Lighting Situations 16
Taking the Shot 20
Composition and Guidelines 22Focusing and Exposure 26Flash 30Interval Shooting, Time-lapse, and Self-timers 34Spirit Level, and Architectural Photography 40Touch Anywhere and Anti-shake 42Multiple Exposure 46Macro Photography 50Low Light 56Panoramic and 360 62HDR 70Multiple Lenses 74Retro Cameras 78Film Types 84Gimmicks 88
Editing the Shot 94
Cropping, Rotating, and Straightening 96Exposure Levels, Contrast, and Brightness 100Color Correction 104Black-and-white Conversion 108Camera Types 112Film Types 118Instant Film 122Cross Processing 128Toy Cameras 132Filters and Effects 136Tilt Shift 142Through the Viewfinder (TTV) 148Borders, Frames, and Objects 152
Photography is all about capturing light,and phone cameras perform better in certainlighting situations.
Because your phone has a small sensor(see p.00), any images taken in poor light won’tbe of the best quality. You’ll notice digital noise,or a loss of definition (see p.00 on how to shootin low light).Shooting in bright light can be just as tricky.Phone cameras don’t handle a big range of lighting situations that well: their small sensorscan’t capture a wide latitude of exposure levels.So if you’re shooting someone with harshsunlight hitting their face from the side,you may find that one side of their face isunderexposed, while the other is overexposed.Try to balance this by placing your subject ineven light: turn them so that their face is eitherin the sun completely, or totally in the shade.Every type of phone camera differs slightlyand as technology improves, so will the qualityof the images they produce. The best wayto find out what your camera is capable of is to actually use it. So go out and shootin different lighting situations, and becomea better photographer by knowing how toget the most out of your camera.
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