As a poor college student I can’t really dish out enough money to buy a nice camera. I mean when would I use it? For the vacations I can’t afford to go on? Or for the photo shoots I’m not artsy enough to execute?
I went to Asia for a month and every one of my pictures were taken on an iPhone. I couldn’t be happier with the documentation of my trip! I didn’t have to worry about dragging around an expensive camera or being stressed about fitting it in luggage.
Tips for great iPhone travel pics:
- When you’re about to take a photo, tap on the subject so that the lighting adjusts to what you want to focus on.
- If you want to make your photo brighter or darker, you can change the exposure. Simply hold your finger down on your screen and swipe up or down to brighten or darken your exposure.
- Don’t forget to turn your camera horizontally to get great landscapes, cityscapes, and scenery shots.
- Chatbook as you go! Simply create a new Chatbook for your trip and add your iPhone camera roll as a source. Then, right after you snap a pic, press the heart under the photo and it’ll automatically be put into your Chatbook! You’ll have a complete album all finished before you even get home!