The 101 of smartphone photography

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Published on November 7, 2017

COOPH presents 8 simple yet awesome tips and tricks on how to shoot great smartphone photography. Using the Huawei P10, we explain the basic rules of photography that will help you take your images to the next level. Grab your phone, go out shooting and share your results with us on the links below!

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Producer: Ulrich Grill, zooom productions (http://www.zooom.at)   Director: Fred Simmons,
Photographer: Holger Väth
Cinematography & Editing: Stephan Kierer

  1. None of these tips are smartphone specific.
    Many problems ppl have come from not knowing what the limitations of a phone are and how to work around them. eg. small sensor = really hard to create DoF, even when using aperture mode -> make sure there is lots of distance between your subject and bg. Or: phone led "flash" is horrible -> try using a reflector for fill / bring an external light source instead of using the built in flash. Etc. Was expecting sthg more like that, not general photo 101. I mean come on if you haven't heard about the rule of 3rds you've really been living under a rock.

  2. I loved this, even though I have an Android this gave me some great ideas! Thanks.

  3. I honestly hate the rule of thirds. It's a good "guideline" to follow when starting photography but following it so strictly all the time honestly leads to shots that just have 2/3 dead space

  4. Please do a video on post processing images using Snapseed/VSCO for Instagram.

  5. How to enable aperture mode in phone ….? I have the manual camera app but I don't have that feature

  6. Very helpful. Subscribed and can't wait for your next video/tutorials.

  7. Sarang

    which phone did you use?

  8. I love that you used Huawei p10 and not iphones. Huawei p10 has the best camera out of all phones for now, and it's amazing for photography.

  9. what smartphone model are you using?

  10. i see ethat product placement very goood

  11. Check out Flower_photography00 on insta

  12. Thanks guys. Amazing as usual. 2 thumbs up. Way to go bro's!

  13. do you know how to create a diy ND filter for smartphones. i searched but unfortunately didn't get any good ideas.

  14. Is that Lost Dinosaurs playing in the background ?

  15. PRO BOY

    Which aap you use to click pic?

  16. Which application u r using for developing those pics

    Please reply me

  17. i have moto g5plus .can it like u r phone

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