30 Sep '16, 5pm

8 Tips For Mobile Levitation Photography By Just Using Smartphone

8 Tips For Mobile Levitation Photography By Just Using Smartphone

You must have a smartphone that can shoot in Professional(Pro) or Manual Mode . This is for us to control all the elements like focusing distance, white balance, shutter speed and basically everything that you can control to decrease your editing process. Better effect can be achieved with wide aperture camera lens (F1.8 or wider). For S7 Edge is F1.7 hence it is better You should keep your hand steady or use a tripod/gorilla pod to keep the same composition . Then take at least two photos (one is the background as base, the other one is a photo of you holding the object in the air) Use Mobile Apps with the Double Exposure function and erase away unwanted part of the photo (eg. your hand/fingers which holding your watch/drink) Use a stylus pen . If you use the suitable brush size pairing with correct feather level, your levitation photography shots using smartphone can loo...

Full article: http://www.tianchad.com/2016/10/8-tips-mobile-levitation-...

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