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5 Tips for Better Smartphone Photos


Hello! My name is Chelsea and I blog over at Tea Talk. I’m a full-time grad student, freelance journalist, and Phoenix enthusiast who is obsessed with personal style, photography, and iced coffee. My sweet boyfriend, Scott, and I absolutely love taking photos of our adventures, and really love how easy my smartphone has made taken photos on the go for us. But lately I really love how easy my smart phone has made taking photos on the go. Here are some of my favorite tips for better smart phone photos.

1. Look for unique angles and use them to your advantage. Look up, look down!

2. A flash is convenient, but natural light is your friend!

3. Use a tri-pod or mount, like the Oona, for steady photos and self portraits.

4. Using photo-enhancing applications like Instagram and Hipstamatic can help you create more interesting photos with your smartphone. They also are great for giving you an opportunity to share your photos with other photography enthusiasts.

5. Smart phones make it so easy to snap a picture anywhere and at any time. If you spot something beautiful, don’t think twice-take a photo of it. Chances are that someone else will think it’s beautiful as well.

We are so happy to announce that UncommonGoods is now posting photos on Instagram as @UncommonGoods. We would love to follow back and see what you are snapping.

Written by chelsea

Chelsea Brown is a lifestyle and personal style blogger out of Phoenix, Arizona. She works as a freelance journalist, and is a full-time Grad school student. She loves coffee, personal style, and her sweet boyfriend. She blogs over at Tea Talk.

2 Comments

  1. Zoe

    Wow it never occurred to me that you could put your iphone in a mount or tripod! With my shaky hands it would be a big help. I dont know if I’d ever do it, but it’s a great idea and got me thinking!

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