I just saw this post:
13 Tips for Improving Camera Phone Photos which has some good tips for taking camera phone shots. Here are the top tips:
- Well lit subjects
- Get Close
- Keep it Still
- Edit images later
- Don't Throw Away 'mistakes'
- Avoid Using the Digital Zoom
- Experiment with White Balance
- Take loads of Shots and Experiment
- Follow Rules of Composition and then Break them
- Keep Your Lens Clean
- Observe Camera Phone Etiquette
- Rename your Images
- User the highest resolution possible on your camera phone
Some of them are pretty self explanatory, but I really liked the "Rules of Composition" interesting stuff that most people need to learn. That is one of my biggest pet peeves when people take photos, they center everyone and that just looks bad, you should try and do what they mentioned like the Rule of Thirds.
Why am I writing about this? Well with OneNote Mobile I believe many more people will be using this to keep track of notes and the like. It reminds me of a photo I took in my office with OneNote Mobile:
I wish there was a way to get a better photo. I know in the future they will have better cameras, and heck you can even get lenses for your camera phones. So if you are out and about with OneNote Mobile remember the
13 Tips for Improving Camera Phone Photos.