If you want your subject to be uniformly lighted, avoid photographing in low light. The phone’s built-in camera sensor isn’t particularly strong, and noise levels will be quite high at high ISO settings that let you take pictures inside without a flash. As a result, you obtain successful inside photographs if you have bright natural light.
If you are taking pictures indoors, be mindful of the sources of artificial light. Avoid fluorescent lights since their light casts a green tint on everything.
When photographing in low light, keep the camera steady. With built-in cameras, the exposure time rises significantly in low light, and any movement will cause the shot to blur.
8. Implement the rule of thirds
When creating a frame, assume it is divided into equal halves by two horizontal and two vertical lines. The compositionally significant elements should lie on the junction points of the key lines or boundaries (for example, the horizon line passes at a distance of 1/3 from the upper or lower border).
9. Use a flashlight
Even though the built-in flashlight on your mobile is definitely not the best type of lightning, it’s still better than nothing.
To avoid overexposure and underlighting, never use a mobile phone flash closer than 1.5 meters away from the subject of the photo.