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        You may consider your smartphone's  camera as a substitute when you don't havt1 your “real” carriers with you i but the fact is, smart phone camera technology has become so complex that the pictures you take on your mobile device may be matchable lo those you shoot with a standalone digital camera. Plus your smartphone camera travels with you almost everywhere. What better way lo capture (捕捉the unexpected moments of your life that could be the ones you love best?

        Try these simple and affordable tips to control and use the power of your smartphone's   cameraand capture a quality image for every moment you want to preserve.

       Smartphone cameras enable you to snap (拍照an image at a moment's notice, but the slim design of mobile devices can make it tough to hold the camera steady enough to capture a clear image. Many of us take less time to get the shot  with smart phones than with fancier cameras, and this can lead to out-of-focus images  we're unhappy with. Simply taking a few moments to stop and hold the camera—and ourselves—still cm make a big difference. Using the volume (音量) button on the side of your smartphone to snap images instead of the camera's on-screen button can also reduce hand movement and impmvc the quality of your shots.

        Your smartphone's camera can measure light automatically, but most smartphone camera  lenses (镜片limit your focal length and depth. With quality lighting, your camera is able to capture quality images. Whether you're snapping pictures indoors or outside, pay attention to light sources and  how they hit your photos subject. Be especially mindful of dark shadows across people's faces, which can appear less attractive in pictures. Additionallya flashlight from a different phone can light your subject from m angle which will result in a better image than relying on your smartphone camera's  flash. Instead of getting a flat, washed-out look, the subject looks dynamit and attractive.

        Just as your smartphone doesn't always know what you most want to capture in m image, the strongest composition of ten comes from simplicity. Before you snap, take a look at the background noise your image will include, such as passersby,pictures on a wall behind the subject and moving cars. Don't try to capture too much all in one photo. Walk closer to help remove objects that don't  add to the scene. Choosing cootrasling colours between your subject and the background elements in an image can  increase the wow factor of your smartphonc pictures, too.

    Title: How to Gel the Best Pictures from Y0ur Smartphone

    Good points of a smartphone camera

    Its technology can almost (71) match that of a standalone digital camera.

    It (72)accompanies you wherever you arc.

    Slow dow]i before you snap

    A  smartphone is so small in size that it s hard for you lo prevent a (73) shake/movement of your hand or camcra , which leads to an  unwanted image.

    You are not supposed to press the button unless your hands, together with your camera, remain at (74)rest.

    Using the side button instead of the one on the screen ensures (75)relative steadiness of your camera.

    Use proper light

    (76) Lighting determines the brightness and darkness of images and thus their quality,

    A flashlight from another phone may be (77) superior to that from your own in the effect of an image.

    Make the scene (78) simple

    You can make your image stand out by (79 ) excluding unwanted objects from it when taking a photo.

    The contrast of colours also (80) contributes a lot to a quit lily image.

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