Cell Phone Photo TipsAs cell phone cameras have steadily improved - sporting higher megapixels and quality lenses, they've become the camera of choice for capturing spur of the moment images. There are a few important things to keep in mind to get high-quality snapshots.
Let there be light
Since the lenses and sensors in most camera phones are smaller than the ones in digital cameras, they can't capture as much light. Make sure your subject is well lit by as much natural light as possible. Shoot with the light behind you or to the side, not facing you.
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Perhaps the greatest problem with cell phone cameras is their slow shutter speed (made worse in low light). When the shutter speed is slow, holding the camera steady is especially important; otherwise pictures can come out blurry. Do your best to remain motionless or rest your camera on a wall or chair back to steady it.
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