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nikolay_valkov

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I know iPhone6s it's an old model, but the photos I make are pretty good and I want to share them with you guys :)
 

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I know iPhone6s it's an old model, but the photos I make are pretty good and I want to share them with you guys :)
Great photos, good to see the 6s still getting some love :).

If you're starting out in photography then you've done a great job understanding how to get the most from light (not shooting into it, taking photos at dawn or dusk etc).

I think some of the photos work in portrait but equally as the other poster said, landscape might work better for some of them.

One tip I do have is to go into settings and switch on 'grid' this overlays a grid onto the viewfinder when taking photos and makes it easier to line up straight lines etc.

Hope that helps!
 

nikolay_valkov

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Great photos, good to see the 6s still getting some love :).

If you're starting out in photography then you've done a great job understanding how to get the most from light (not shooting into it, taking photos at dawn or dusk etc).

I think some of the photos work in portrait but equally as the other poster said, landscape might work better for some of them.

One tip I do have is to go into settings and switch on 'grid' this overlays a grid onto the viewfinder when taking photos and makes it easier to line up straight lines etc.

Hope that helps!
I'm just shooting for pleasure:) thankst for the advice
 
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