Tripods are a critical piece of photography equipment. Whether you’re lugging around a DSLR or depending on your trusty smartphone, a stable, immobile base is a prerequisite for several types of photos:
- long exposure
- low-light photography
Be prepared whenever inspiration strikes by keeping a small travel tripod on you! Here are our guides to using a tripod for cellphone photography and some recommendations on our favorite ones.
Macro photography is a unique niche of photography, and one that is great to try on a smartphone! Check out this smartphone macro photography guide to learn what we mean.
What are the top mobile phone photography gadgets in 2020? Well, there are a few! Check out the full list here.
What if we told you that a company called Magniband was changing the landscape of smartphone photography accessories forever? Learn more here.
Understanding Smartphone Camera Lens Types – The Differences Between Wide-Angle, Macro, Telephoto, Anamorphic and Fish-Eye Lenses
What’s a wide-angle lens? What’s a macro lens? What’s an anamorphic lens? That’s a telephoto lens? What’s a fish-eye lens? Will, they’re all smartphone camera lenses for one thing! Check out the differences here.
You know you want a Moment lens, but don’t know which one to choose? Check out the one-stop-shop for all things Moment lenses.
If you take your phone videography seriously then you have to consider the Moment Anamorphic Lens. Learn more here.
Are you ready to add something to your native phone camera? This guide to the best clip-on lenses for phone photography and phone videography is a great place to start.
Do you have an iPhone? Do you want to improve the photos your phone takes? Then check out this guide on the best lenses for iPhones in 2020!
It may seem like a patronizing question, but which is the correct singular of lenses - lens or lense? Many people argue that because the plural of a single lens is lenses, it only follows that the correct singular format of the word should, in fact, be lense. While...
Think about it, when you shoot DSLR, you most certainly have accessories – lenses, tripods, handhelds, and any number of other things. Why would you treat your phone photography any differently?
Mobile phone photography shouldn’t be limited to the daytime, and luckily, smartphone manufacturers recognize that fact. So, here are the best mobile phones for night photography in 2020