If you’re unable to figure out the best way to edit your smartphone photography, try adding a filter. Ant Pruitt shows you how.
It’s okay to edit your photos. If you’re looking for a solid photo editor, Pixlr offers a great online-editing option for your photos.
Your mobile device has a built-in photo editor, but if you want a more-powerful photo editing tool at your fingertips try the Snapseed app.
What apps do you use to make your smartphone photographs more fun and vibrant? Ant Pruitt reviews an app that can make your photographs look like oil paintings.
Lighting can make or break your money shot. Too much light can negatively affect your photograph. Here’s a video tip on battling too much light from Ant Pruitt.
You can do more than candid shots with your smartphone. Ant Pruitt shares how to set up and plan a professional shot with your smartphone.
Visual noise is the enemy of a great smartphone photo. Ant Pruitt’s video daily has a quick primer and cure for visual noise and grain. Check it out.
Understanding how to adjust contrast and saturation makes a difference in how your photograph’s color and details are shown. Ant Pruitt shares tips on adjusting contrast and saturation.
Focal point in smartphone photography means everything. Here’s Ant Pruitt’s Video Daily — check it out and find out more about this cool technique.
How do you take movement shots without blur? In today’s Ant Pruitt video daily, implied motion is the topic. Here’s how to use that trick on your smartphone cam.