Nowadays, taking pictures of different moments of our lives has become a lifestyle that we have all adopted over the years and with good reason. It is the perfect way to keep memories alive and of course slay while doing it. The slight challenge comes when you are using a phone with an average or below average camera.
The cruel thing about the world today is the fact that if you want quality, you must be able to afford it. Unfortunately, a lot of us remain unable to afford the phones with the best of cameras so we just have to settle for less. What if there was another way?
When designing phones, cameras and softwares, surely these developers left some loop holes for us to exploit as users and this includes the camera features. Wondering how you can make your pictures look a lot clearer and better? Here are some tips that can help you out:
The Camera Settings
As funny as it sounds, your answers might just be in the settings of your phone camera app. The settings will be easy to find once you are using your phone camera. Manipulating these settings most especially options trhat have to do with resolution and quality can easily make your pictures look a lot clearer if you know what you are doing.
Using Third Party Apps
Lucky for us in today' s world, there are tons of app developers out there coming up with different apps to solve different problems one of which is an unclear camera. Apps like pics art and other photo editing apps help you maneuver your pictures and make them look better depending on what you want to do. These apps also come with filters like black & white which could give life to your pictures and make you feel better about them.
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