Turn casual mobile phone snaps into works of art. Or at least something you’re proud to post on Facebook.
Here we share with you some great tips and apps on getting your photos right every time.
*All photos taken by The Hoopla’s Hayley on her iPhone.
1. Don’t shoot into direct sunlight
… Unless you want your subjects squinting. It’s much better to shoot on a cloudy day or under the cover of a shady tree.
2. Wait until the right time of day
“Wait for the ‘magic hour’,” says National Geographic. “During the times of sunrise and sunset, the sky is colorful enough for even a camera phone to ...