Choose the best camera app
Some features that will appear in this article may not be available in your Android camera app. If this is your case, know that in another article we have separated the best software for those looking for the perfect image. Go to the link and choose the camera app that suits you best. Now that you have selected the best camera app, here are the tips!
Frame a photo using the grid
Before capturing an image from somewhere or object, keep in mind that keeping the frame of what is essential photographing. You can opt for a photo where everything appears aligned and even in the image, but you can also opt for a portrait with messy elements. The grid feature can help you in these situations.
The simple rule is, horizontal lines frame the horizon, such as streets, mountains, seas, and tables, while vertical lines align buildings, antennas, people, and objects. You do not need to frame the target of your photo within the main square of the grid, since the big balcony here is called the "rule of thirds".
The rule of teros is to square the image target in one of the four grid intercessions. Think of the tic-tac-toe design, now imagine that the main element of your photo needs to be framed at any of the four points where the lines meet. That done, I bet you won't have any more trouble aligning your photos.
Using HDR Mode
Always welcome, HDR compensates for light and contrast, also changing levels and intensity between colors. The best way to use the function is in situations where the subject to be photographed is against the light so that light compensation occurs. We have prepared a specific article with tips for HDR mode. You can access it here:
Personally, I prefer to capture my images without HDR mode, as I choose to edit them in some editing application, such as Snapseed. My tip is that you take two photos, one with and one without HDR, make a comparison and choose the one that is closest to the actual scenario.