aNewDomain.TV — Every smartphone photo you take comprises multiple layers of colors. There’s a reason some photos look deep and rich while others are washed out or too dark to see. And there’s a reason some shots have more shadows than others. Adjusting contrast and saturation makes a tremendous difference in the way your smartphone photo colors pop. Check out my daily smartphone photo tip — on video, below. Here’s how to adjust smartphone photo color and saturation for best results.
Video: Ant Pruitt for aNewDomainTV
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