Meta Explains Her Best Apple iPhone Photography Camera Tips

Meta Explains Her Best Apple iPhone Photography Tips

Meta Presents Her Best Apple iPhone Photography Tips

When Shooting Apple iPhone Photography, Meta uses Moment Pro Camera App on an Apple iPhone 13 Pro, protected by a Moment Case and Moment Nylon Strap. This Special Apple iPhone Case includes a Drop-in M-Series Lens Interface over all 3 Apple iPhone Cameras, which can connect to Moment Lenses or a MoonDog Labs 52mm Filter Mount.

The 12.2MP Apple iPhone Cameras Produce 4032 x 3024 Pixel Images. To print these photos on 14” x 11” Photo Paper to fit into a 14” x 11” Picture Frame with a 9.5” x 7.5” Mat Opening, save as 380 dpi TIFF which will produce a 10.75” x 8” Print with a 1/4” Bleed.

• Macro Photography Tips

• Hummingbird Photography Tips

• Landscape Photography Tips

• Astrophotography Tips

• Waterfalls Photography Tips

• Wildlife Photography Tips


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Meta Presents Her Best Apple iPhone Photography Tips

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Meta’s Best Apple iPhone Photography Tips

Meta Presents Her Best Apple iPhone Photography Tips

Here are Meta’s Best Apple iPhone Photography Tips you can use to take Better Apple iPhone Photos.

1) Digital Zoom – Don’t Use Digital Zoom! Use Optical Zoom instead, which uses the Apple iPhone’s built in Cameras to get optically closer. If you need to Zoom In, walk closer or use the Apple iPhone Ultra Wide Tele Camera which is 3.0x, or you can add a 52mm Moment Tele Lens. Digital Zoom is Digital, not Optical, so you will often get a larger, but blurrier image.

2) Level Horizons – There’s nothing worse than a Landscape Photography with a tilted horizon. To get the Best Level Horizons, turn on the Grid Option in the Native Camera App Settings.

3) Use Manual Focus – Apple’s Auto Focus takes an average Focus of the entire image, but for Manual Focus, tap on the screen to focus on an area in the Foreground, Middle Ground or Background. Once focused, you can also manually adjust the exposure on the screen.

4) Sharper Photos – Keep the camera still when taking a photo. Use a Small Tripod and Clamp, plus an IOS Remote Control, as not to bump or shake the camera when shooting.

5) Keep Built-In Filter Set to Original – Left over Colored Filters can leave colored tones on your photos. Make sure the 3 Circle Filter Icon (top right corner) is Grey and not a colored.

6) Don’t Miss That Shot – There are 2 ways of quickly using the Apple iPhone Native Camera on a Locked Phone:
6 a) Quickly Access the Native Camera App by Tap and Press the Camera Icon (bottom right of Locked Screen).
6 b) Quickly Access the Native Camera App with a Swipe from Right to Left.
6 c) Put the Native Camera App in your Apple iPhone Dock to Quickly Access when the Apple iPhone is Unlocked.

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Meta Presents Her Best Macro Photography Tips For Apple iPhones

How To Photograph Macro Photography On Moment Pro Camera App

Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 13 Pro
Camera: 77mm ƒ/2.8 Telephoto Lens (Top)
Lens: Moment 10x Macro Lens
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Apple iPhone Tripod Mount
ISO: ISO 100
Shutter Speed: 1/125th
White Balance: AWB
Photo Format: JPG
Filter: None
Remote Control: Use an IOS Remote Control in Burst Mode
Ring Light: Use a Apple iPhone Ring Light

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Meta Presents Her Best Hummingbird Photography Tips For Apple iPhones

How To Photograph Hummingbirds On Moment Pro Camera App

Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 13 Pro
Camera: 77mm ƒ/2.8 Telephoto Lens (Top)
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Apple iPhone Tripod Mount
ISO: ISO 1600
Shutter Speed: 1/8000th (Fast Enough To Freeze Humminbgird Wings)
White Balance: AWB
Photo Format: JPG
Filter: Circular Polarizing Filter
Remote Control: Use an IOS Remote Control in Burst Mode

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Meta Presents Her Best Landscape Photography Tips For Apple iPhones

How To Photograph Landscapes On Moment Pro Camera App

Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 13 Pro
Cameras: 26mm ƒ/1.5 Wide Lens (Bottom) | 13mm ƒ/1.8 Ultra Wide Angle (Right)
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Apple iPhone Tripod Mount
ISO: ISO 100
Shutter Speed: 1/500th
White Balance: AWB
Photo Format: JPG
Filter: Circular Polarizing Filter

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Meta Presents Her Best Astrophotography Tips For Apple iPhones

How To Photograph The Milky Way On Moment Pro Camera App

Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 13 Pro
Camera: 13mm ƒ/1.8 Ultra Wide Angle (Right) or 26mm ƒ/1.6 Wide Angle (Bottom)
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Apple iPhone Tripod Mount
ISO: ISO 2000
Shutter Speed Ultra Wide 13mm ƒ/1.8: 38 Seconds (500 / 13mm) – Bulb Mode
Shutter Speed Wide 26mm ƒ/1.5: 19 Seconds (500 / 26mm) – Bulb Mode
White Balance: AWB
Scene Detection: Off
Format: Pro Raw
Smart HDR: Off
Fast Shooting: Off
Image Stabilization: Off
Filter: Neutral Night Filter – Reduces Light Pollution
Remote Control: IOS Remote Control to Manually Open and Close the Shutter

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Meta Presents Her Best Waterfalls Photography Tips For Apple iPhones

How To Photograph Waterfalls On Moment Pro Camera App

Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 13 Pro
Camera: Wide Angle 26mm ƒ/1.5 Lens (Bottom)
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Apple iPhone Tripod Mount
ISO: ISO 100
Shutter Speed: 1/2 S to 1 S (Slow Enough To Blur Waterfalls)
White Balance: AWB
Photo Format: JPG
Filter: Variable ND Filter
Remote Control: Use an IOS Remote Control

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Meta Presents Her Best Wildlife Photography Tips For Apple iPhones

How To Photograph Wildlife On Moment Pro Camera App

Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 13 Pro
Camera: Wide Angle 26mm ƒ/1.5 Lens (Bottom)
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Apple iPhone Tripod Mount
ISO: ISO 100
Shutter Speed: 1/2000th (Fast Enought To Freeze Any Action)
White Balance: AWB
Photo Format: JPG
Filter: Circular Polarizing Filter
Remote Control: Use an IOS Remote Control in Burst Mode

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