Question by  Ascencion (54)

How do you take good pictures with your cell phone?


Answer by  alexdamian (192)

Cell phone cameras are usually of poor quality. For a good picture, you have to consider more than just the megapixel resolution. Phones usually have poor ISO, poor image stabilization and poor focus. To take a good picture, you should consider good lighting, good focus and you should stay very still until the photo is taken.


Answer by  littleamy85 (184)

You need to make sure you have good lighting and be very still when taking the picture since most cell phone camera's aren't that great. Make sure the subject isn't too far away and is centered. Some cell phone's have a flash you can use which is helpful in dark places.


Answer by  GirlUnknown (60)

The key to taking good photos is lighting. Make sure your subject is well lit, with the lighting coming from behind the person who is taking the picture.


Answer by  Kary (5)

I need good lighting because the flash of the cell phone is not very powerful. To make nice and sharp pictures without the blurry look, I firmly hold the phone and avoid using the zoom, because it will affect the picture quality. Only phones with optical zoom may be favorable. Finally, I use the highest resolution.


Answer by  sundayReed (62)

Bright daylight are no problem... Indoors require a steady hand so lean against a wall or table and hold your breath...


Answer by  SGividen (652)

Hold the phone's camera steady, shaky cameras lead to blurry photos. Make sure the shot has adequate lighting - you may want to use a lamp or change position so that the sun is hitting the subject. Avoid busy backgrounds. Get close the subject you are photographing. Above all else, practice taking photos with the cell phone camera.


Answer by  Kat123 (591)

Hm... Well, the key to a great picture on a cell phone is a steady hand. With out a steady hand, chances are your picture is not going to look the greatest in the end. If you have a shaky hand, then it will be all blurry and not that appealing.

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