Things don’t always go as planned! The other day, my friends and I got up at 2:30 in the morning to go on an epic hike! Technically the hike is illegal and we got stopped by the cops before we even got out of the car 😬 We knew we still wanted to see the sunrise so we ended up on a different (legal) hike. It still turned out to be a really cool experience to see the sun rise over this beautiful island!
It's been quite sometime since I've been able to sit down and go #fullglam on my makeup. I'm really happy with how this turned out last night...so here's some #iphonepics since I was too lazy to make room on my camera 😅🤷🏼♀️I used @morphebrushes @jaclynhill pallete on my eyes, @nyxcosmetics cosmic metals lip cream & precision brow pencil, @anastasiabeverlyhills moonchild glow kit for a highlight 🌙✨🌿
This fantastic image captured Dave @visionsabound was shared as part of last weeks mobile photography theme – Isolated Objects and Subjects⠀
Each week our Instagram @bettermobilephotos and Facebook group bettermobilephotos.com.au/community hosts a weekly photography theme inviting members to share mobile phone photos, techniques, tips, favourite apps and editing techniques. It is a fun, supportive and social community, specifically for Android and iPhone photographers of all levels. ⠀
Last week we shared the following tips:⠀
De-clutter the background by removing objects or changing your angle⠀
- Blur the background⠀
- Shoot from a lower angle, so the background behind the subject is the sky⠀
- Use a plain background, such as a solid coloured or textured wall⠀
- Spot light on the subject ⠀
- Dark background⠀
- Selective colouring ⠀
- Get closer to the subject and make it bigger – or crop it in editing ⠀
Turn on notifications in Instagram or join our Facebook group to see the current theme to be part of the fun.⠀
This weeks theme is Travel. Be sure to tag your images in Instagram #bmp_travel ⠀
Check out the blog – 40 travel tips to amazing images on your smartphone – link in the bio under the tutorials tab.