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Tips  tricks for smartphone Photography
SMPP Software ProviderPhotos have hit the mainstream with a bang, and it doesn’t look like there’s going to be an end to smartphone photography any time soon. Images are the most effective way to communicate, whether it be sharing photos with your friends and family, or posting an image to Instagram and creating a crowd following. From sharing your passion to sharing your life’s moments, pictures have framed the new era of digital communication. Interested in how to take the best photos on your smartphone to share? This infographic will look at the truth behind photo composition (rule of thirds, color balance, exposure, background lighting, etc) and will also cover some tips for how to use the smartphone camera app features (gridlines, crop vs. zoom, frames, focus) to help you snap your best shots!
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