Technology has come a long way in recent years. Before, taking a picture meant that you needed to tote around a separate device. Nowadays, pretty much every smartphone and tablet produced has more than adequate camera features.
The iPad is one device that can be used to take stunning photos on the regular. There are a few things that you can do to ensure that you get quality photos every time you make that shutter close.
In this article, we’ll give you tips on how to take pictures with iPad cameras for the best results.
It’s crucial that every time you take a picture with your iPad, you use the tap to focus button.
This particular feature allows you to focus in on a specific object using the camera. The camera by itself isn’t always able to pick out the object that you want to focus on, so by simply tapping on your principal subject, you’ll get much better results.
The feature will bring your selected object to the foreground, highlighting it in a much more flattering way than if you hadn’t used it.
The square function is a must-try if you like retro-style photos. Photos were taken with the square function look like old-timey Polaroids. If that’s your vibe, then the square is a must-try.
HDR is an acronym for a high dynamic range. Turning this on is a literal cheat code to better photos. Make sure that this is enabled every time that you use your iPad’s camera app.
HDR works by taking three photos at the same time whenever you click the capture button. The result is that the camera is able to combine the three photos into one to make it look the absolute best. In addition, all three photos are saved to your phone so that you can pick one of those if you prefer.
Remember that HDR-enabled photos will by nature take up more space on your iPad. So if you have to be conscious of your storage space, then you may have to ignore this iPad photography tip.
If you want to know how to take really good pictures in general, then you have to know the rule of thirds. This rule essentially stipulates that you should proportion your photo into thirds for best results. The iPad grid function makes it that much easier to be cognizant of the rule of thirds.
That way, when you export the photo to an iPad photo booth, it won’t take much editing to turn the picture into the masterpiece you want it to be.
There you have it. With this guide on how to take pictures with iPad cameras, you’re well on your way to taking great, professional photos with your device.
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