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The Best Accessories for Smartphone Photography

The Best Accessories for Smartphone Photography

It’s great to be able to capture every exciting moment on a high definition professional camera, but we don’t always have one handy. That’s where smartphones come in. Although the first iPhone included a 2 megapixel camera, the latest Samsung now sports an incredible 16 megapixel camera. However, there’s always room for improvement, and with the range of accessories available now for your smartphone, you can take quality photos any time. Tony Hakim recommends the below accessories for smartphone photography.

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How to Use Instagram

How to Use Instagram

Instagram is one of the most prolific apps on smartphones today – one of the most popular photographic community apps available, it allows anyone to download it (free on both Android and iOS) and start posting. However, if you aren’t familiar with it, it can be a little confusing, so the team at Tony Hakim Photography have put together this guide on how to use Instagram.

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The Best of Snapchat

The Best of Snapchat

Snapchat is one of the most popular apps on both Android and iOS. A photo messaging app that allows a user to snap a photo, take a video and then draw and add text to it before sending it to friends – but with a catch: the ‘snap’ is only viewable for between 1-10 seconds before it vanishes forever.

Luckily for us, some bright sparks have managed to preserve their Snapchats, and the team at Tony Hakim Photography went on the hunt for the best of Snapchat.

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Pros and cons of camera phones

Pros and cons of camera phones

The vast rise of technology in smartphones has completely changed the way people take photos today. It used to be customary for cameras to be taken along to almost any occasion, yet now the majority of people just use their smartphone to take pictures. Tony Hakim discusses the pros and cons of camera phones.

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10 Tips for iPhone Photography

10 Tips for iPhone Photography

Camera phones have opened up the world of photography to those who, for one reason or another, weren’t interested in carrying around an actual camera. This is completely understandable, as even camera owners don’t take them everywhere. But sometimes there’s a moment you just have to capture, and with the ever-improving cameras on smart phones these days, it’s so easy. With this in mind, the photos you take on your smart phone don’t share the same quality of those taken with a camera. So here are some tips on how to take the best photos with your smart phone from the team at Tony Hakim Photography.