I've had a lot of questions recently about iPhone photography, so thought it would be best to compile all my top tips and round them up into one post. It's widely believed across the blogosphere that you need a super fancy (D)SLR camera to take good photos, but as long as you know how to get the best out of it, all you really need is the camera on your phone. No point spending all that money if your not even into photography! None of these tips are groundbreaking, and a lot is to do with personal taste, but here are some of my favourite tips on getting the best out of your phones camera.
Taking the shot - Hold your phone like you would a camera, using two hands to prevent blurriness and get a sharper image. Focus the screen by tapping so the yellow box appears (to lock this in place, hold down for three seconds - this will then allow you to play around with the depth of focus, etc and get some beautiful and more interesting shots), and adjust the exposure by tapping shadowy areas if it is under exposed (too dark) or bright areas if it is looking over exposed (too light).