How To Take Great Phone Photos In Natural Light
I thought I should share how I take light bright photos and pretty decent quality even using my iPhone. (The Photo above was using my iPhone 3gs in March. Ive upgraded to the 4s and the camera is fantastic)
4 Sheets of A2 White Mounting board (i like mounting board because it has a sheen and it reflects white very well)
Gaffer tape/Duct Tape (I used white)
You can see the duct tape in the image above, I just secured all the sides basically. I do have 3 sides and a base but I regularly just use 2 sides and a base. Luckily they fold flat so I can put them behind the sofa for storage.
This is the full set unfolded. Depending on the weather and amount of natural light available depends on how I use this little box! Luckily I have a bay window so I have the angles coming in to hit both sides of the box.
A wee set up!
Another example of an iPhone picture using the reflective boards.
I also use dropbox on my iPhone 4s as I can upload images straight to my computer for resizing. If you don’t want to resize you can upload to picasa directly or photo bucket and use for your blogging.
It makes blogging much easier!
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