In other posts I explained how high-quality smartphone cameras have opened up the real possibility of shooting with smartphones exclusively. Whether you use your smartphone as your go-to camera or for day-to-day moments, your camera phone lens is likely to get dirty quickly. And I’ve had more than a few smartphone photos impacted by a dirty lens. Here’s what you can do to keep that little piece of glass on your phone clean.
Last week I read another book about photography: “Capturing Light” by Michael Freeman.
The mitp publishing house provided me with this book. With every test or review I tell the cooperation partner in advance that I give my own opinion about the product – so this can also be negative. So this article is an honest opinion of mine, which is not influenced by the free copy. Here are my thoughts on the book.
Want to take better photos? No problem. With tricks and tips, your photos will turn out even better than you could ever imagine. Even in the digital age the classic rules from decades ago haven’t changed. Take a look at these simple tips to dramitically up your photography game.
Mountains radiate a very special atmosphere: Towering high above the landscape, often barren and unreal, they invite us hikers to linger on them and enjoy the panorama and the vastness. At least briefly: even at the height of summer, it often gets sensitively cold in the mountains, and a cutting wind almost always blows as well.