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  1. Iloveb4mydeath

    And thatΒ΄s how Peter Parker, gave us a tutorial on how to capture best shots with any camera.

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  2. endless grey

    I've owned at least 5 or more PAS in the last 8 years and they all seem to be really finicky and lack-luster in the end. It's like a constant chase for a PAS that suits you.

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  3. Floydarn'

    It's not about the camera, it's about the one behind it. Even if you get a 1000$ camera and you're bad it won't look good.

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  4. Mr Plastik's Playtime

    Would love to see more tutorials like this one how to take the best photos from your phone's camera.

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  5. small & tiny home ideas / @smallhomeideas

    nice verge. more of this short and sweet stuff w/out fluff = time well spent! Thanks!

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  6. i.m.prove

    I totally forgot I could use flash + slow shutter to make that kind of effect! Thanks Verge.

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  7. John Lagomarsino

    Can't insert hyperlinks in the comments here, but The Verge ran an article titled "Portrait video and other things cameras shouldn't let you do" that may be of interest!

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  8. nokujin

    Awesome guys! Now please please please do a video that explains why no one should take photos/videos vertically. Many people don't understand when vertical is good and it's very annoying. I'd definitely spam that video to all my friends.

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  9. Mayur Misra

    Need more of such tips … The camera which is in your hands most times is the Phone camera… You dont have the ability to tinker with the aperture settings… How do you take better pics from that?

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  10. Robert Moreno

    Flash comes in handy during the day. It can help light spots that are hidden in shadows.

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  11. Nick Miller

    As a photographer, I thank you for teaching this amongst the people! Would love to see a demonstration of videography released as well. Some people think big money is how you get the best quality. I have seen iPhones better than DSLR shots… the operators is where the quality comes from generally.

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  12. Bob Hagh

    Great video! Also, at 1:47, someone should've told that woman to get on the proper side of the walkway.

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  13. Justin San Diego

    The light-sources-behind-subject tip only applies to harsh/strong light sources. Softer light sources are rather useful for illuminating faces and such.

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