TUTORIAL: Take Better Pictures with Your iPhone

TUTORIAL: Take Better Pictures with Your iPhone



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Lastly, practice and practice some more. iPhone photography has a steep learning curve, whether you know nothing about photography or whether you're used to MUCH more complex and expensive cameras. Care for your phone and keep it dry. Clean your lens with a cloth because over time, it can collect lint and create a blurred image. Have fun! And blog those photos. They will turn out beautifully if you take some time to improve your "iPhoneography" skills.

Tell us any other iPhone camera tips you've discovered.

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