header-menu



TWITTER           INSTAGRAM           BLOGLOVIN'                                                                   beauisblue@gmail.com





Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Win a Portable Mobile Phone Photography Kit with Three!

As a mummy to a very photogenic little boy it's hard not to take 348623859 photos a day. As a Blogger I am constantly thinking about what product to photograph next. My phone is never far away that's for sure.

I take all photos on my iPhone 5c. I personally think we are very much in the generation when camera phones are the norm. Long gone are the digital camera, I can't remember the last time I saw someone whip one out.  We went on holiday last month to lots of tourist destinations and I think everyone was snapping away with either their mobile phones or their iPads! With that I have teamed up with Three to offer you the chance to WIN a Portable Mobile Phone Photography Kit, which is great for creating a little studio in the comfort of your own home!

In the Kit you get  a Bubble Pod, Two Mini Studio Lights, Phone Stand, Mini Light Box with 4x Colour Background and a bag to carry all these goodies in! 

This is an amazing Kit, we have the Bubble Pod and it's fantastic for taking the perfect blog photo. I have started using it for Fashion Friday and it makes life so much easier let me tell you! 

To be in with the chance of winning this fantastic photography kit all you have to do is leave a comment below with your mobile phone photography tip in the comments - it's that simple!

Terms & Conditions

This giveaway is for one mobile phone photography kit (which includes 1x bubble pod, 2x mini studio lights, 1x phone stand 1x mini light box with 4x colour background and 1x bag). Giveaway will close on Tuesday 13th October 2015. Open to UK entrants only.
One winner with the best mobile phone photography tip will be selected by myself and Three and will be contacted within 5 days of the giveaway closing. The winner has 3 days to claim the prize and provide contact details.
The prize will be sent directly from Three. 
 
SuperLucky Blog Giveaway Linky


159 comments:

  1. Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  2. Tilt the phone slightly upwards for a more natural shot

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  3. Download some cool apps to improve the colouring.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  4. Your iPhone spends a lot of time in your pocket, a bag or in your hand, and as a result it will get dirty. Dirt, dust, grease and fingerprints on your lens will have a big effect on the quality of your photos.
    There’s no point trying to take great photos if the glass of the lens is dirty. It will block light from entering the camera’s sensor and will leave smudges, blurs or dust spots on your images. A clean lens will ensure you get sharp, clear images with your iPhone.
    You should clean the lens each time you take it out to take a photo so my tip is to carry a soft lens cloth/glasses cleaning cloth in your handbag!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  5. get good lighting!

    AShleigh @ashlallan

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  6. Take photos on burst that way you get lots to choose from - can delete them and keep the best

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  7. The Enhance Photo button under Edit on the iPhone is great for making pictures look a bit more professional!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  8. Make sure your finger isn't covering the lens.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  9. Make sure you explore the photography features your particular phone has before buying expensive app! Use filters, enhance button, saturation buttons etc to get the right look for your fantastic shots

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  10. Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  11. Take a few - one of them always seems to end up blurred!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  12. Keep your hands as steady as possible! X

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  13. Keep your hands as steady as possible! X

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  14. have fun and take lots of pics you can easily delete

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  15. Spontinaity can be better than a pose !!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  16. Spot a quirky moment in life or an awe-inspiring view, let your camera phone focus for a moment and take that photo..no hesitations..catch that shot!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  17. My iPhone photography did with toddlers would be to take LOADS of photos. Your camera roll may be full but at least you might end up with one good photo! X

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  18. Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  19. give all your pics a james bond feel by shooting your photo down a toilet roll holder ;-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  20. Don't be afraid to get close to your subject when using a mobile to take photography, most phones work well up close. Also, crop images rather than zooming in when shooting, this keeps the clarity for the image you are capturing.

    You don't have to use the built-in camera function to take photos either. There are various good camera apps on iOS and Android that allow you to photograph more effectly.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  21. Try not to take what you believe to be amazing pictures of random objects when you are a bit tipsy- they never look as good when sober!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  22. Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  23. Instead of spending lots of money on expensive apps on your phone to have nice filters to create a faded outline affect attatch a piece of cling film to your phone attatching it with a rubber band then rub a tiny bit of vaseline round near the edges of the lens to create a burred rim to the photo

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  24. Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  25. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  26. Remember that an interesting subject and composition are more important than expensive kit or editing software

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  27. A steady hand is crucial so find something to lean on

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  28. Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  29. always take more than one shot just in case the first isn't quite right xx

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  30. Take a close-up of someone with their face pressed up behind a window or glass door. Use the photo as the wallpaper or screensaver on your mobile phone. It looks like you have someone trapped inside your phone! Haha :)

    ~ Anthony G

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  31. Take advantage of natural light, photos taken towards the sun can create great silhouette or shadow effects. Tilting the phone slightly up or down can also brighten or darken the shot when doing this. Take several shots then cherry pick your favourites. It's amazing the difference a few seconds can make to an image!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  32. Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  33. If possible do the zoom before you take the picture not afterwards. This helps to get a clearer picture

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  34. Make sure the lens is clean & hole phone with both hands to keep it as steady as possible

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  35. Make sure you frame your subject.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  36. try and use natural light where ever possible

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  37. Get taking lots of pictures and practise with your phone camera - getting used to what it does well and not so well is half the battle!
    Just be better than I am at deleting unwanted pictures or you'll end up with a clogged up memory card...

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for your comment and good luck! x

      Delete
  38. Keep it steady, make sure the lighting is correct

    ReplyDelete
  39. make sure you have the camera lens pointing at the item you want to photograph, LOl

    ReplyDelete
  40. Make sure your settings are correct for the setting!

    @sarah34090

    ReplyDelete
  41. georgiarclark11@gmail.com29 September 2015 at 15:47

    When taking a selfie hold the camera up high for a more flattering shot (cutting out the double chins)!

    ReplyDelete
  42. Turn the camera in landscape mode to ensure you capture "the wider view".

    ReplyDelete
  43. Avoid zooming in on an object - it makes the picture more grainy and lessens the quality - instead try moving closer - or cropping the photo if you don't want surroundings in the picture

    ReplyDelete
  44. Make the most of natural light, the picture quality will be much better 😀

    ReplyDelete
  45. Take lots.You can always delete the ones that haven't come out well

    ReplyDelete
  46. dont zoom in to much as it reduces picture quality

    ReplyDelete
  47. Before you start take a good look through your phones camera settings as you can adjust these to suit your needs! x

    ReplyDelete
  48. Make sure before you take any pics you gave it on the right setting for the type of day/time :)

    ReplyDelete
  49. Crop don't zoom! You get much better/clearer pictures :)

    ReplyDelete
  50. I always find I have to be really quick!

    ReplyDelete
  51. Learn all the functions so you don't miss that special shot through having the wrong settings.

    ReplyDelete
  52. Make sure the phone is fully charged

    ReplyDelete
  53. Pam Francis Gregory6 October 2015 at 10:45

    Make sure you clean the lens before taking any photos - They can pick up a lot of dirt/smears etc

    ReplyDelete
  54. Learn all the different funtions of your camera apps

    ReplyDelete
  55. Remember the lighting rules are just the same whether using DSLR or mobile.

    ReplyDelete
  56. A daylight light indoors is ideal for long winter nights and dull days. Indoor lighting is far too yellow.

    ReplyDelete
  57. Always make sure your lens is clean and make sure you phone case isn't to thick. It can cause a glare when using the flash

    ReplyDelete
  58. Hi, it is so important to keep your phone clean, I rub mine over with a soft cloth with a spray of computer monitor cleaner. this cleans up the let beautifully.

    ReplyDelete
  59. Take lots of pictures. Having your mobile phone with you all the time is such an advantage. I've got some amazing photos I've taken on my samsung galaxy mobile phone camera. If it hadn't been for my camera being part of my phone these images wouldn't have been captured.

    ReplyDelete
  60. Always have the light behind you, take a few shots and delete the unusable ones straight away

    ReplyDelete
  61. have your phone out for that quick pic that could be missed.

    ReplyDelete
  62. Take lots of shots at least that way you have more chance of getting one good shot.

    ReplyDelete
  63. remember that sometimes the best images are not the most perfect its the fun on the faces or a 'in the moment' image that will be remembered x

    ReplyDelete
  64. don't just snap the photo and run, always look in the viewfinder and look round at what you can see around or behind the subject you are photographing, after all you don't want a tree or lamppost growing out of their head or someone pulling faces in the background of your photo, if you have to then wait for people to finish going past. ot try a different angle

    ReplyDelete
  65. I try to choose a unique scene that other people have not photographed.

    ReplyDelete
  66. Don't hesitate to take that photo. The moment can pass and be gone quicker than you think!

    ReplyDelete
  67. i always get the best pics when i make the most of natural light

    ReplyDelete
  68. Take advantage if the outdoors for great lighting.
    Keep the phone covered in your bag to protect the lens

    ReplyDelete
  69. Greaseproof paper makes a great light diffuser

    ReplyDelete
  70. Shoot From Different Perspectives Watch Out For Distracting Backgrounds

    ReplyDelete
  71. Keep your arms by your side to make sure you are steady

    ReplyDelete
  72. On an iPhone, tap the screen where you want it to set the focus and white balance. I've found this can make a drastic difference in picture quality, especially where the lighting is high contrast.

    ReplyDelete
  73. take snappy photos of your subjects not being aware the're being photographed

    ReplyDelete
  74. Take your time. Just because it's a phone doesn't mean you should rush the shot!

    ReplyDelete
  75. If you're thinking of investing in a new iPhone 6s (or 6s Plus) they have a wonderful new feature on them called 'Live Photos' which captures 1.5 seconds either side of your photograph. This means that as well as your lovely photo, you get to capture the entire moment to remember. We have been using it to make memories with our 10 week old baby :)

    ReplyDelete
  76. Make sure your battery is fully charged

    ReplyDelete
  77. Joanne Cattermole12 October 2015 at 12:21

    get the lighting right and clean the screen for a perfect picture

    ReplyDelete
  78. Keep the lens clean on your phone, this make a lot of difference.

    ReplyDelete
  79. Make sure the light is good and coming from the right direction for the shot.

    ReplyDelete
  80. read the manual so you dont accidently turn your phone off everytime you try to take a photo.
    smart phone
    owner not so much.

    ReplyDelete
  81. make sure you have a good light or a phone with great camera ( like samsung galaxy s6 edge ) , spend some time to learn the different modes and options the phone camera has to offer

    ReplyDelete
  82. Use sunglasses as a filter in harsh sunlight, makes a cool filtered affect for no cost!

    ReplyDelete
  83. Take as many photos as you can. Then delete the ones that don't work.

    ReplyDelete
  84. Use a mini tripod so your hand doesn't shake when you take the photo and it goes blurry! (@PeanutHog)

    ReplyDelete
  85. Use pano icon if you are taking action shots ie a football match. Then you can choose which photo(s) are the best.

    Jude

    ReplyDelete
  86. Some of the free apps in android app store are as good as the paid for one's. Don't waste money. Read the reviews

    ReplyDelete
  87. Be prepared! If you can tuck some accessories into your handbag you'll never be left wishing you were better equipped

    ReplyDelete
  88. dont take too long with people, or they will start to look unnatural xx

    ReplyDelete
  89. On an iPhone, use the volume button to take a photo instead of the button on the front. It's especially useful for taking selfies! :-)

    ReplyDelete
  90. Take more photos than what you need, you can always get rid of the ones you don't use

    ReplyDelete
  91. Try to take the photo in natural daylight.

    ReplyDelete
  92. Relax and enjoy taking the picture!

    ReplyDelete
  93. Make sure the light is coming from the right direction for the optimum photo x

    ReplyDelete
  94. Dont stress over the perfect shot - take loads, take from different angles and in different lights - enjoy it - the great thing about phones is there is no limit to the number of photos you can take - if only 1 out of 20 turns out okay thats fine :)

    ReplyDelete
  95. Don't be afraid to get down low and photograph things like flowers at different angles. Wet knees are worth it for a great shot ;)

    ReplyDelete
  96. Position your subject into 'central square' as it's easier to edit if necessary

    ReplyDelete
  97. Take the photos off your phone regularly, I've lost count of the number of times I haven't been able to capture a moment as I've been deleting old pics and apps to make space.

    ReplyDelete
  98. get as much light as possible to ensure the best possible picture

    ReplyDelete
  99. Tissue paper over the flash otherwise can be too harsh and ruin the moment

    ReplyDelete
  100. Take a few shots & delete those that are blurred so it does not clock up space.

    ReplyDelete
  101. Give a good smile/laugh. Give it your best shot.

    ReplyDelete
  102. rest the phone against a solid item and set the timer to avoid any hand movements that will distort the image

    ReplyDelete
  103. Take angle shots fron above get a fuller bigger picture

    ReplyDelete
  104. The beauty of always having your phone handy means you can take lots and lots of pictures, enjoy yourself and capture the moments of your life. Pictures of people just doing everyday things, captured in the moment, are often better than those posed for. There are far too many pictures of pouty teens out there lol.

    ReplyDelete
  105. use lighting properly not flash!!

    ReplyDelete
  106. It's not as Easy as (Lights Camera Action) you have to be Composed and Motionless Achieve the Best Results.

    ReplyDelete
  107. Fabulous
    George Williamson

    ReplyDelete
  108. tap on the phone screen to adjust the lighting

    ReplyDelete
  109. Zoom in and take multiple shots so you can guarantee a good one :) x

    ReplyDelete
  110. Always have fun taking photos with your phone memories and time are precious and are all perfect to you.Make sure that they are backed up to keep safe :)

    ReplyDelete
  111. Charmian Filewood13 October 2015 at 23:04

    Use the burst feature as you'll never get the chance for tht one pic again. And ALWAYS back them up on cd, icloud or your pc incase you lose your phone

    ReplyDelete
  112. Take lots of photos & use a good editing app :)

    ReplyDelete