Smartphone Photography Tips - Water drops, Architecture and Selfies

Nov 14, 2021

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David McClelland is a renowned technology expert who has a deep love for smartphones and reports about upcoming gadgets. He contributes to the Metro newspaper in the UK and to other technology platforms such as TechRadar, Mobile World Live, and CNET. David is a celebrated television personality, with regular spots on BBC and ITV, and a few series of the mobile gadget show, Planet of the Apps. David likes traveling and is always eager to find new ways to tell stories with mobile technology and social media. Find out more about him on Twitter @DavidMcClelland.

How to Click Detailed Images of Water Drops

Have you ever walked around and found a pristine water droplet resting on a flower or a leaf? It looks so beautiful - almost ready to be a subject for smartphone photography. But with elements like breeze, it is not always easy to capture such moments.

How to Click Attractive Images of Urban Architecture

There are multiple hacks that can enhance your experience of architecture photography and in this video, David McClelland explains the same. Use these tips and let us know in the comment section if you have any further suggestions. Don’t forget to follow us since we upload new videos every week.

How to Click Images in Difficult Light Conditions

Sometimes, the beauty of a subject is not justified in smartphone photography because of challenging light conditions. Dave McClelland, in this blog, shows us some useful hacks to acquire the perfect shot despite testing lighting situations. The results honestly are brilliant. Use these photography hacks on days when you experience challenging light around your desired subjects.

How to Click Inventive and Experimental Selfies

Even if you may not like it - there will definitely be a point in your life when you will find yourself clicking a selfie. So why not make it unique and creative with these smartphone photography hacks.


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