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Taking Camera Phone Picture Tips


Photoblogs and Moblogs are becoming more and more popular with the release of many new models of camera phones. The internet is being flooded with pictures from the every day life of millions of camera phone users, but unfortunately many of the images that are taken using camera phones are poor in quality. This is partly due to the fact that camera phone technology is still developing and that their features are often limited (although this is changing with the release of 1MP and even 2MP Camera Phones) but it is also often due to poor photographic technique by budding camera phone photographers. As a result we've compiled this list of tips for taking pictures with camera phones to help us get the best results from our camera phones. They are not rocket science and will not ensure a crystal clear image - remember for the best quality digital images you should use a dedicated single function digital camera.

Also check out Digital Photography School for more free Digital Camera Tips on All Topics.

To get the best pictures from your camera phone you might like to incorporate some of the following tips:

Following are some of the better sites and books that we found that have camera phone tips on them:

Add your own tips, tricks and camera phone resources below in comments.

Check out some of our other Digital Camera Tips:
- Digital Photography Composition 101
- Night and Low Light Digital Photography Tips
- Macro Digital Photography Tips
- Depth of Field Tips
- Introduction to Photoblogging and Moblogging
- How to Choose a Digital Camera
- Digital Camera Care Tips
- Cleaning your Digital Camera Image Sensor








Posted by Darren in our Tips category on April 20, 2004