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8 Techniques to Make You a Better Smartphone Photographer

Richard Schabetsberger teaches you how to take your cell-phone snapshot game to the next level.

by The Creators Project
Jul 13 2015, 4:10pm

Photos by Richard Schabetsberger, courtesy of COOPH

Air balloons and sunglasses? In a new video from the Cooperative of Photography (COOPH), Richard Schabetsberger demonstrates how both and more can be used to take your DIY smartphone snapshots from the point'n'shoot realm into more professional territory. Shooting in Salzburg, Austria, Schabetsberger demonstrates how you can achieve techniques including mock-aerial photography, pinhole-style vignetting, and high-key lighting, all with the OPPO N3 smartphone and a shutter remote. For aspiring amateurs and seasoned photographers who want to have quality tricks in their pockets, check out COOPH's 8 DIY Smartphone Photography Tips (and its results) below:  

For more, visit COOPH on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter, and follow Richard Schabetsberger on Facebook and Instagram.

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