How Can I Make my Camera Quality Better?

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The cameras in mobile phones have come to change the traditional definition of "photography". This is mainly because it is much easier to load a small camera of this type in your pocket than a large professional. The phenomenon has brought with it a boom of applications to share and edit photographs. They have even changed the way photographers and journalists work.

A lot underestimate the possibilities of the cameras of smartphones and tablets. After all, we understand little about them. But, in fact, by configuring a bit and getting into some parameters and adding to this the use of other tools, it is possible to create beautiful photographs that capture the essence of the moment. The following are some tips to improve the quality of your photographs:

Set the resolution of photos to the maximum

It is not necessary to indicate that the higher the resolution of the photograph, the better the quality of it. When you use your mobile camera, try to get as close as possible to what you want to photograph instead of using the zoom. You will get a better resolution in cropped photos than in close-up photos. Of course, the higher the resolution, the more space they will occupy in memory. So you can take it into account.

This problem can easily be solved by storing your photos in a cloud service such as Picasa or Dropbox.

Thoroughly know the parameters of the camera

Do not trust the automatic mode of the camera. You can improve the overall quality of the images by varying some parameters and other aspects of the image capture. In most phones and tablets you can change focus, exposure, white balance and ISO. For example, when changing the white balance we must take into account the environmental conditions: cloudy day or sunny day? Fluorescent or incandescent light?

Yes! The rear camera, not the front

The front camera may be better for selfies  but this does not change the fact that the front camera has worse resolution. The usual use of the front camera is for video conferencing.

Keep in a clean lens

The lens is an integral part of the process of taking a photograph. When you keep your smartphone in your pocket, your lens is exposed to getting dirty and accumulating dust. Regularly clean the lens of your camera, you would be surprised of the positive effect that this produces.

Tripods and Monopods are your allies

Sometimes, your camera's stabilisation system can do little. For this reason, it is highly recommended to use tripods to avoid those blurred photographs by movement. Monopods are special for selfies at a certain distance  and with impossible angles. There are many models of tripods and monopods that are comfortable to transport due to their size and design. For example: GorillaPad  and  Slingshot . 

Look towards the light

One of the main problems of taking pictures indoors is the lack of natural light. The right amount of light can make the food look more appetitive, more cheerful facial expressions and more welcoming environments. Whenever possible, try to take the pictures with natural light. You can do this by approaching windows or doors or near light sources such as neon signs or street lamps for outdoor photography.

Panoramic photographs

Most smartphones have a panoramic photo mode. Even if yours does not have the option you can download an application for this purpose like Photosynth (iOS) and Autostitch Panorama Pro (Android). Remember: objects in motion do not allow good panoramic views. 

Speaking of taking pictures of objects in movement, you can use the multiple capture mode to increase the chances of having at least one perfect photograph.