aNewDomain.TV — We’ve all heard you should be mindful of your lighting when taking smartphone photographs. The cameras are great, but they’re also extremely sensitive to your light source. In today’s video highlight, I share a nice lifehack from Mr. Mike Sweeney. Sweeney shows how you can counteract too much light in your photograph setting with a neutral density filter.
Fight the Bright Light!
Video: Ant Pruitt for aNewDomainTV
Be sure to get the full rundown of Sweeney’s lifehack here on his site. Follow Sweeney on Gooogle+ for more amazing photos with his iPhone. Get the full Smartphone Photographers Community re-run hangout on air here. And, if you’d like to join my Smartphone Photographers Community, click here to request an invite. We have some of the best smartphone photography tips, tricks and techniques around — and a range of experts to help get the most out of your smartphone camera.
I’m Ant Pruitt and this is aNewDomain.net.
Based in Charlotte, NC, Ant Pruitt is an IT pro, a columnist and a senior technologist at aNewDomain.net and aNewDomainTV. Look for Ant on his Smartphone Photographers Community and on Yet Another Tech Show. Follow him @ihavnolyfe or via Google+. Email him at Ant@aNewDomain.net. See all Ant’s articles on aNewDomain.net by following this link.