Going from 3MP to 18MP, and ISO 1600 to ISO 12800 in a very short period of time, Canon has made a reputation for itself for its rapid but professional evolution in time and technology. Being an upgrade to EOS 60D, Canon EOS 70D borrows most of its features (autofocus sensor, touchscreen, built-in Wi-Fi, etc.) and its look.
Photography has become a part and parcel of everyday life. Instagram, Facebook, and other such apps and sites are filled with images that have been clicked by millions of people around the world. To keep up with the demands of customers, phone makers have started to pay serious attending to the cameras on their phones.
We’ve all been saying it again and again that mobile phones can never replace a digital camera in terms of image quality, speed and reliability. But mobile phone brands were not sitting idle either, Nokia and Sony were both known for making strides in mobile photography but later on, other firms like Apple, Samsung and HTC starting offering good mobile phone cameras and features as well. But never a mobile phone camera quality came in the level which can be considered as a digital point and shoot, let along the prosumer ones.
Your Android phone camera, whichprobably comes with a minimum of 6 MP, can take some excellent pictures. The bad news is that if you don’t apply a few basic photography rules, your images end up looking horribly pixelated. So how can you take quality photos with your Android phone? Here are a few tips to help you out!
In the past make photos from the air was very hard and expensive. Now, thanks to the technology and new “user-friendly” device, it is possible to make fantastic aerial photos in few minutes.
Aerial photos are great if you want to snap to a nice panorama, a scene in a wedding or simply an hotel with a nice swimming pool for an advertising campaign.
So… what do you need if you want to snap your first aerial photos?