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With the increased use of smartphones, the devices are replacing cameras with their photography features. Besides the default camera app in the devices, there are many other third-party apps that will help in adding effects to the photos you click using your phone.
There are countless smartphone photography tricks that you need to know to get a better photography experience on using your phone. You need to know these tricks to make use of the same in the best way possible.
Here are eight such smartphone photography DIY ideas that photographer Richard Schabetsberger in Austria. Take a look at the simple and easy tricks related to smartphone photography from here.
Create Filter with Sunglasses
The gradient sunglasses can be employed as a filter for the scenes in order to even out or strike a balance between the dark landscapes and bright skies.
3D Photo Frame
You can create a DIY frame for the subjects you are capturing by using a cutout of a Polaroid photo frame. This gives a great look to your photos.
You can create photos within photos using your phone. This inception selfie concept might really impress you.
While you are pointing the camera at a black surface, you need to lock the exposure of the photos. This will help in shooting high-key photos.
Aerial Shots with a Balloon
You can make use of a helium balloon as well as a fishing line in order to shoot aerial shots be it photos or videos with much ease.
Tiny Planet Photography
There are many tiny planet apps on the app stores and you need to download one such app to photography the real time world as miniatures.
Make a Cardboard Pinhole
Punch a hole in a piece of cardboard and create a makeshift pinhole lens that can be used to click shots with a pinhole effect.
You can make use of a cardboard box into a simple and easy to use projector by simply attaching a camera lens to it.