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now the first thing you're gonna want to do is you want to go into your camera settings make sure all of your settings are correct I have camera sounds on if you are new to this switch on that grid do a four by four grid and I'll do that right here go to advanced HDR control plus I have that on mine I'm not going to be using that and I'm not gonna be using raw now when it comes to resolution make sure it's set to 4:3 the highest megapixels you can get um front camera same thing the back video camera we're gonna do videos for this so let's start taking some pictures now I'm going to show you how to take the perfect car photograph using your mobile phone you notice how the shadow is right there that means you were standing in the wrong spot to take this photo what you want to do is go to where you can see your shadow on the ground that right there will give you perfect delighting to take the perfect car photograph now what is wrong with this photo can anybody point it up I am standing taller than the car in my phone is taller than the car what you want to do is you want to scratch you know kneel down now remember people usually view text and photographs from left to right you notice how my headlight is directly almost in the middle of the grid move the grid over just a little bit into the will you basically get the middle of the car lens in and just like that take the picture are you getting really tired of really crappy selfies I'm gonna show you how to fix this right now I am facing the Sun that is a huge no-no you notice the angle that is a huge no-no what you want to do is turn your back to the Sun like this you see how much nicer that is now notice my fat face and how crappy it is the camera is head-on that is a no-no if you want the perfect mobile selfie angle your camera up straight up neck you know tighten your neck look with your eye directly into the lens and take that photo best selfie ever and if you have a portrait mode just zoom out a little bit and it'll blur everything around you but remember angle it up look directly into the lens and you know just take the picture now if I were to do it like this that is terrible this is terrible this is terrible see perfect selfie angle it angles matter angles now head-on my jaw isn't tight or anything else but a little bit of a flabbiness tighten your body up tighten yourself up just like that next hip are you into photography that has to do with shadows and colors as you can see the Sun is right here behind the tree now if I move over just a little bit so the Sun hits the tree you will get the color of the sky and the trees will turn a black dark in color this is because the sunlight is not in the back of me anyway if you take a picture like this you can Photoshop it edit the photo and get a really gruesome and awesome black and white Halloween photo but for everybody else that wants beautiful nice cloud pictures and more natural-looking for the photographs turn around the Sun behind you look at the trees look at the clouds is it nice now as you can see in this frame you have to make sure your trees are angled correctly you don't want them all weird so look at the ground use your grid line see the bottom grid lines line them up so they're in between the trees make them stay in between the tree notice how my middle grid line is lined up with that tree perfect photograph take that snapshot share it now on most mobile devices it is so hard to get a macro photo shot because you know the lenses on these cameras they are not exactly the best the best compared to a DSLR now as you can see the Sun is right there which really sucks now we're gonna take this photo and it's going to be called a medium macro photo because it's not gonna be close-up but it's going to be close up to the point where the lens will not blur the object so what you want to do is take your left grid line right here see the left grid line as far as you can get hmm oh right there now remember people always read and see from left to right so you want to keep your object to the left so this is perfect the lighting is perfect let's snapped a photo perfect now see if we were to get it like this it works but the shadowing is weird due to the Sun a better tip would be like this you want to get that shadow in there just right now see how it darkened it darkens because that over there is a lot lighter so you want to come over here and look at that OOP wrong light focus the other went there you go just like that snapped a photo no when it comes to taking seen photographs it's a little bit more difficult to position unless you're using a tripod oh goodness anyway here is this right here now you notice the object you see more ground right here then you do the object well you're gonna want to do is this remember like I said everywhere in this video people view from left to right so what you want to do is you want to lift your phone until your object is right there you see you notice how my object on the ground there's just a little bit of ground and then the rest is the object now you want to just turn it a little bit so your object is right in a damn corner right there right there you want to position a phone so it's not at an angle you want to get the tree lined up with your guidelines you notice how on the Left guideline it's lined up at the tree you want it completely straight I'm gonna use this tree right here right there and then snap that damn photo that's how you get a really good scene shot this applies anywhere when you're taking media macro photographs when you're taking you know portraits anything like that this also applies to that you don't want too much ground you don't want too much sky you want your object completely balanced where everything is around it so let's snap that damned photo now another very useful tip you notice how the Sun is going down I always take my best photographs whenever the Sun is starting to set either dusk or dawn because when the Sun is way up in the sky up here everything gets oversaturated overexposed and it just does not look right you notice how the Sun is setting right there the light is more aimed at the ground rather than up hmm so just keep that in mind it's always better to take photographs either dawn or dusk everything just looks better now it's been about two hours since I came here and I started filming and editing the videos now before the Sun was up in the sky and I could not make this object out at all because the Sun was right there and nothing was blocking it see if you go over here it's kind of it's it's dark and crappy because of the sunlight but if you move to the right remember position it from left to right now you notice how my object is slanted you want to use your guidelines and line up that box right there see how it's all nice and lined up and it's only angled slightly there right there is a really good shot now if you go down it's gonna work but it's gonna be more dramatic you still want to line everything up if you have to like I just did here click your autofocus and try to get that lighting just freakin perfect because the Sun is right there and I can't put the Sun behind me because then I can't get the object so use your camera's software and hardware to get that shot that's hard as hell again now I'm going to show you how to edit something like this you notice how everything is overexposed and all crappy-looking I'm gonna show you how to edit all that to make a professional-looking picture really stand out if you have any Android device like I do I'm using a pixel to the pixel devices have the best mobile cameras money can buy go into Play Store type in Snapseed not chat seed download that bad boy it is by Google it is awesome and I'm gonna show you real quick how to get some of these bad boys looking great let's use this macro shot now I only edit this I don't like over editing my photographs I go edit Lens Blur you notice how the background is blurring I leave it just like it is you can even do it you know circle the other way and now notice how it the exposure exposure darkened a little bit now what I want to do is I want to go to tune image now this is a must for mobile photographs because on automatic mode the shadows are as messed up take your shadow bar decrease it by 12 whoops limit you tricky little sucker take your highlight increase it by 12 scroll up saturation to your liking I like to stick around 20 now hold the photograph and compare doesn't it look a lot better now this is my last tips this is tip number 10 I want to take a macro shot of this bad boy close-up I want to get real close but you see how it's blurring mm-hmm now in mobile phones it's even worse the smaller the object it won't focus unless you zoom out now see out zoomed out you want that macro right snap that picture open up snap see it again click open open that photo you just took this is why it's important to have your megapixels maxed out hit the edit button hit crop now I want just this little freaking leaf here remember with these guidelines see the guidelines and Snapseed remember once again people view left to right so you're gonna want to adjust it right there look at that note doesn't it look freakin amazing and then once again you can do the lens blur ooh perfection remember what lens blur always put the topic of your image in the center because it will blur everything else out to an image with this one it needs more highlight it's a little dark so I'm gonna decrease the shadows by 10 instead of 12 and I want the highlight up to 20 and once again I want my saturation at 20 don't overdo it look at that I also like to add this sometimes negative 50 you can even brighten the inside brighten it just a little bit whoop that's too much about 10 a skirt 11 look at that zoom in say it with mobile cameras and it comes to small macro it's very tricky and hard you have to be very stable when doing this goodness but I want to thank all of you for 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