The capabilities of most smartphone cameras have increased enormously over time. Using iPhone as an example, you can see dramatic improvements with each iteration. Celebrating these advances, Apple has even used snaps by users in the recent Shot on iPhone 6 ad campaign.
It’s also becoming more common to professionally print smartphone pictures; they’re getting that good. Our own Photolab iOS app makes this process fast and easy — available soon for Android, too.
Of course, smartphone picture quality still lags behind results you’ll get from a high-end DSLR camera, or even from an advanced point-and-shoot model. With this in mind, we offer this collection of useful tips and tricks for taking better smartphone shots. (We hope by now everyone knows to press the screen to auto-focus!).
Here are seven ways you can improve your smartphone photography today.
In October, London Drugs made a valuable contribution to the Arts Umbrella. London Drugs Cambie and West Broadway store manager, Dave Woogman, presented Arts Umbrella President and CEO, Lucille Pacey, with a $5,000 donation to help contribute towards subsidized programs.
This generous donation will contribute towards the Arts Umbrella bursary program that is designed to help families with financial barriers provide arts experiences to their children. Through this donation, Arts Umbrella can continue to equip children with the highest quality arts training through their programs for children 2-19 years of age.
Arts Umbrella is a foundation that offers programs in Visual and Performing Arts to encourage the ideas in children’s minds. By supporting the lifelong love of art that may begin at a young age, Art Umbrella is interested in cultivating artists and ultimately cultivating an environment. Here, kids can be themselves, explore their identities, and grow into strong capable people with thoughts, visions, and ideas about the world.