Phone Photography for Beginners – Making the most of your pocket technology for all occasions

We all have phones. And all out phones have cameras. Sometimes it can be tricky to use these pocket technology devices to take anything more than selfies. Here is a little bit about Phone Photography for Beginners to take your photos to the next level.

Phone Photography for Beginners
Geyser in Yellowstone National Park.

Phone Photography for Beginners: Tip One

Use your environment! Often times when we are out and find the need to take a picture, there is something in our environment that can be used to enhance our photos. Whether it is a tree or building for framing, or like in this case, a puddle to help create a reflection. When in doubt, give it a shot! It could make things look really cool!

Phone Photography for Beginners
Panorama at sunset in Yellowstone National Park.

Phone Photography for Beginners: Tip Two

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Phone Photography for Beginners
Mini Waterfall in Yellowstone National Park With Long Exposure
Phone Photography for Beginners
Mini Waterfall in Yellowstone National Park Without Long Exposure

Phone Photography for Beginners: Tip 3

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Phone Photography for Beginners
Portrait of Kaylee in portrait mode
Phone Photography for Beginners
Portrait of Kaylee not in portrait mode

Phone Photography for Beginners: Tip 4

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Phone Photography for Beginners
Flowers and picnic basket with lens compression
Phone Photography for Beginners
Flowers and picnic basket without lens compression

Phone Photography for Beginners: Tip 4

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