Landscapes & Horizons
When photographing landscapes, it’s important to make sure the horizon isn’t at a dead point in your photo because it’s boring in composition. Using the rule of thirds on the horizon will instantly improve your results. Make sure the more interesting part, the sky or the ground, is two-thirds of your photo. In the example above, I chose to highlight the sky. Note that I used the rule of thirds twice, both on the horizon and on the sun. I decided to change things up a bit in the following photo.
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Having taken a few photos with the horizon in the bottom third of the frame and the sun on the left mowing line of the grid, I wasn’t too thrilled with the results and felt my photos were a little boring. The sky wasn’t particularly interesting that day, and there wasn’t anything that made my photos special. So instead of making a predictable decision with the horizon on one of my horizontal lines, I placed the sun on the bottom fishing line of the net. In fact, in the image above, the sun is at the intersection of the bottom and left grid lines. As luck would have it, a bird decided to fly into the frame and I waited until it flew past my right mesh line to take the photo. These two changes suddenly made this photo much more interesting.
I made a similar decision for the next photo.
It is always more interesting to use a silhouette when photographing sunsets, so I decided to do this tree. Most of the time you would want your silhouette to fall on one of the grid lines, but this tree didn’t work. there was something awkward about it. So instead I decided to use the rule of thirds in the sun. Again, it lies on the intersection of the bottom and left grid lines, and the photo turned out great.
Use filters to add emotion
You used to have to resort to third-party apps to use filters, but now there’s no need. The iPhone camera is not as rich in filters as the specialized apps, but in most cases they are enough. They are very easy to use:
- Open the camera and click on the icon with three circles to the right of the shutter button;
- Using the preview select the filter you like.
There are 8 effects in all, including black and white and sepia, so you’ll find something to suit the occasion. You can apply the effects after taking a picture, just click on Change in the camera and select the familiar button with circles.
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The subject of the second video was the basics of the rule of thirds, based on the simplified rule of the golden ratio. It is designed to simplify the process of photographing, making it easier to compose a frame. You need to activate the virtual grid, which can be turned on by going to “Settings” “Camera” “Grid.
The third video focuses on capturing timelapse. Basically, it’s slo-mo in reverse. In this mode, the iPhone records a long video clip and then speeds it up. To take a timelapse video, just activate the camera on your smartphone and switch to the appropriate shooting mode, which is located just behind the slow motion mode.
How to turn on the grid on your iPhone
The camera grid in iPhone and iPad will significantly help with the orientation of the photo when taking a picture. Camera grid is the first rule of good photography for beginner or professional photographers.
Instructions. How to turn on the camera grid on your iPhone(iPad).
Step Settings. Photo and Camera.
Step Activate the Grid feature with the slider.
Have fun taking your photos, with the new Camera Grid mode. To disable Grid on your iPhone, move the slider to the initial position.
Why do you need a grid on your iPhone, ipod, etc.?д.?
The grid in the camera is needed to make sure the subject is centered as much as possible.
Video. How to turn on the grid on the iPhone camera?
- Open the Photos app and select the photo you want.
- Select the Edit option, then tap. and then the “Layout” app. Press the plus button. to add text, shapes, and other elements.
- Press “Done” and then “Done” again.
Apple iPhone 11 64GB (Green) Specifications
|Video resolution (pixels)||3840 x 2160|
|Video Frame Rate||60|
|Front camera (MP)||12|
This section will describe, one by one, the settings you can change in the camera and the features that help improve your shooting.
What HDR mode is on your iPhone, and how to enable it
HDR mode lets you increase the range of colors available to the camera when you take a photo. To see the difference between a normal photo and one taken in HDR mode, see the example below.
12 You can also enable it in the Camera app itself. In the top panel, press the HDR button and wait for the mode to activate.
But turning on the mode does not guarantee that the picture will be better, in some conditions it is not, so it is recommended to save not only the photo in HDR mode, but also without it. In order not to take a picture twice at a time, you can do the following steps:
How to turn on the grid
The grid is a grid that activates when you take video and photos. It will not be visible in the picture taken, it is needed to align the photo: the main object must be in the center rectangle. It looks as follows:
You can turn on the Grid feature in the Photos and Camera section of your phone’s settings.
Setting the interval
The interval settings are set to change the frequency between the creation of a new photo. For example, you could put three seconds, which in automatic shooting pictures were created every three seconds. You can set the interval in the application “Camera” itself, by clicking on the icon in the form of a clock and selecting the desired time parameter.
How to use manual shutter speeds
In addition to the camera’s auto focus, you can use the manual shutter speed to make your pictures sharper. Press and hold your finger on the area that is in focus. You can also increase or decrease the brightness by moving your finger up or down respectively.
How to turn the flash on and off
The flash has three modes: auto, manual, and the one where it is disabled. The first allows the phone to decide for itself whether or not to flash. The second option will use the flash in any case, and the third option, vice versa. Pressing the zipper in the Camera app allows you to select one of the operating modes described above.
A large selection of filters allows you to make your photo more unique and picturesque. Choose the filter that suits you best by clicking on the three circles icon.
How to make a high quality video
Going to the “Photos and Camera” section of the device settings, you can select the resolution in which the clips will be recorded, as well as the number of frames per second. The higher the resolution, the better the picture quality.
Live Photos is a technology that allows you to create three-second live photos. Live Photo is a combination of.jpeg and.MOV, consisting of 45 frames produced at 15 frames per second. You can activate this mode in the Camera app itself by clicking Live Off. If enabled, the button will turn simply into Live.
Open the Camera app, tap. to open the Settings screen and turn on Grid. A mowing line of netting will appear on the shooting screen. The four points of intersection on the grid are the focus areas of the photo. For best results, place your subject on one of the intersection points.
Tap the photo in the message, and then tap “Markup”. From this menu, you can add a sketch to the photo or press the plus button. to select other Layout options. Press “Save” and then press “Done”.
- Step 1. Open Settings, scroll down, go to Camera and turn on Grid
- Step 2. Go to the Camera app and notice that when you rotate the iPhone camera down toward the ground/floor, the reticle appears in the center of the reticle
- Step 3.
To turn on the grid on: iPhone: go to “Settings”, select “Photos and Camera” and turn on “Grid”. Android: Start the Camera app, open its settings, scroll down and turn on Grid.
“Rule of thirds” when shooting with an iPhone: what it is and how to use it
Professionals and amateur photographers alike are familiar with the so-called “rule of thirds”. This rule of composition is a simplified version of the “golden ratio” and allows you to create emotionally rich photos. According to the rule, the objects you want to draw the viewer’s attention should be placed along the horizontal and vertical lines dividing the frame into thirds, or at their intersections.
To make it easier for the photographer, the iPhone has a special grid that divides the frame into thirds with horizontal and vertical lines. Just go to Settings and under Camera, move the slider to the “Grid” option.
Now, when you take a photo on your iPhone, a grid will appear on the screen, dividing the screen into nine rectangles. It will look something like this:
The grid comes in handy for taking pictures of a wide variety of subjects. Below we will tell you how to use it for landscapes.
How to enable the grid overlay in IOS 13.
When you’re shooting landscapes it’s important to get the horizon line in the right place. According to the “rule of thirds,” the horizon should be along the bottom or top mowing line, but never in the middle. Think carefully about what should occupy more space in your picture, the ground or the sky. If you want to do Accent on the ground (trees, buildings etc) you have to place the horizon line on the bottom of the frame.), position the horizon along the upper mowing line, the spruces in the sky along the lower.
The main subject in this picture is the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. As you can see, most of the roof goes along the top horizontal mowing line.
If you want to make Accent not on the building but on the sky, position the horizon line at the bottom of the frame. This composition is usually used for taking pictures of sunsets. Contrary to the previous photo, the horizon in the picture below is positioned along the lower horizontal mowing line.
As you can judge for yourself, it’s very simple. “The rule of thirds” is easy to use, but don’t forget that photography is an art, and you can’t be guided by dry rules alone here. Different situations call for different composition.