Charlie Spencer Posted September 27, 2018 Share Posted September 27, 2018 (edited) Assume the only thing I know about smart phone cameras is how to open the application itself and to push the button to take a photo. Okay, you don't need to assume; those are facts. What I know about using a phone's camera can be spray-painted on the head of a pin with plenty of room left for the dancing angels to mock my incompetence. That's just for general photos; my attempts at photographing birds look like Pollack and Picasso on a bender. So what tips, techniques, links, how-tos, or other basic info would you offer to a birder who doesn't have his 'real' camera with him and is restricted to a device he doesn't fully grok? Thanks. EDIT: I'm using an iPhone SE with iOS 12, if that makes any difference, although I hope this topic will include general tips that will be of use to others regardless of their devices. Edited September 27, 2018 by Charlie Spencer Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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