Cell Phone Camera Tips

by Barbara J. Feldman on December 12, 2006

Disappointed with photos you’ve snapped with your cell phone? Here are three pointers for improving them. Use the entire frame, don’t just focus on the center. Adjust the brightness level if the image on your display seems too dark or too light. Place your subjects off-center for a more interesting layout. For more tips, read CNET’s Capture Great Shots with your Phone .


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