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IN Photography ON 23 Nov, 2016
With the dawn of social media, our urge to click and upload photos to gain maximum likes is inexorable. Instagram photos capture and upload eat up a lot of our time and energy. Each of us keeps looking for tricks and tips to come up with the best possible angle for each photo. Simply owning an iPhone or another good camera phone does not guarantee the perfect shot. There is a lot more that goes in.
Elliott Erwitt has rightly said "Photography is an art of observation. It has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them."
Read on to find how you can cook up the best photos to rock your Instagram profile. Social media has taken over our life.
Want to photograph your food in a dark area and do not have enough light? You can use your phone's flashlight. Hold it at an angle of 45 degrees from the food and use a white menu on the other side to reflect the flashlight.
The result is amazing! Your food will be brightly lit from all sides.
This makes your photo looks more professional.
No one wants to eat neon green apples!
100% upright or perpendicular will make the subject appear clearer.
Hit 'post', and nothing will upload but the edited photo will save to your camera roll. This enables you to use Instagram solely as an editing tool, if you want, or just space out your posts.