The first step to taking good photos with your mobile is learning to make them straight and straightened. So you can get it.
Do crooked and un-straightened photos It is still one of the most common mistakes when using the cameras of our mobiles.
And it is that as much as the photographic systems of the terminals are increasingly intelligent, the photographer’s technique remains a deciding factor, and avoiding these types of errors should be one of our priorities when capturing a scene.
In this guide, we explain how you can take totally straight and straightened photos, either during the capture process, or after taking the photo.
Take advantage of the help of your camera
As I was saying, the cameras on our phones are getting smarter and smarter, and they include functions designed to help us become better photographers.
One of these functions is the call ruler or grid that include most camera applications. This can be activated from the app settings.
Use this function to prevent our images from being skewed and take better photos like this, it is as simple as making sure that the horizontal lines of the ruler coincide with the horizon line in case you are photographing a landscape.
If it is not possible to see the horizon, you should look for a reference to ensure that by aligning the horizontal lines of the ruler, you will get a straight image.
On the other hand, if you use a Google Pixel or have the Google camera app installed on your mobile, you can take advantage of the “level” function included, which allows you to know when the mobile is completely straight when capturing a photo.
Use an editor to straighten your photos
Never delete a good photo simply because it is not straight enough. Problems like this can always be remedied with the help of a good image editor for mobile.
One of the most famous, Snapseed, in addition to being the best option to carry out this type of adjustments since calculates the ideal angle for the photo automatically.
For straighten a photo with Snapseed on your mobile you just have to follow these steps:
Open Snapseed and upload the photo you want to edit.
Tap on the “Tools” panel and, from there, access the “Rotate” section.
The image will automatically adjust to be at a right angle. If the editor crashes, you can adjust the angle manually.
That simple So, your images will always be straight and straightened, and you will be ready to go to the next level and start taking better photos with your mobile.
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