Welcome to another brand new section from your favorite mobile photography website and one of the most popular in the world. Today, we’re publishing our thirty sixth Mobile Photography/Art Tip Of The Day to our brand new section of the site.
Every day we will publish a short quick tip to help you with your mobile photography, this may be related to editing your image, capturing your image, printing your image, all manner of things, across the complete photographic and art mobile genre – we’ll be featuring great mobile street photography tips, great blending tips, great cloning tips, we will cover it all from some of the greatest mobile photographers and artists in the world.
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We are delighted to publish our thirty sixth Tip Of The Day Article today, with a wonderful tip from one of our Columnists Kevin Kuster. Kevin writes the Column called Kuster and is a professional photographer and was previously employed at Playboy Magazine for 18 years where he served as the Senior Photography Editor and Managing Content Producer for Playboy Digital. As well as writing for us, Kevin is also a photographer, producer, Chief Editor at the #JJ community (@joshjohnson on Instagram) and a partner at Creator Gallery.
Over to you Kevin…(foreword by Joanne Carter)
‘Here is an image that was captured late in the day in Chicago about two weeks ago. The sun was setting, commuter traffic was building, trains were running and I still had battery power after several hours shooting earlier in the day. Had I not conserved my battery power I would have missed out on this late day experience and moment’.
Image © Kevin Kuster
‘When out in the field shooting try to conserve battery on your camera phone by turning off all programs accept the one camera app to take pictures. Additionally turn off your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections to conserve additional battery power. By turning all unnecessary programs and connections this will allow you to shoot much longer in the field and not kill your batter life.
You can’t shoot images on your mobile phone if your batter is dead and the best picture of the day often comes at the least expected moment so be prepared and hold on to all the battery power you can’.