Use pro mode
When using your smartphone to take boudoir photos, pro mode or manual mode allows you to manually adjust camera settings for optimal results. This gives you control over crucial elements like lighting, giving your photos a professional look.
Remember that in smartphone photography, shutter speed is most important. Furthermore, the Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO values make the photo lighter and darker. When you reduce one of these three it has to be compensated for in the others to keep the exposure the same.
Shutter speed setting
Shutter speed is the time what the sensor of camera leaves on.
In pro mode, you can set the shutter speed manually. Use a shutter speed of at least 1/60 second to avoid motion blur.
Your camera's aperture is often denoted by an 'F' followed by a number, such as F2.8. This number indicates the size of the opening in your lens through which light enters.
ISO refers to your camera's sensitivity to light. Lower values like ISO 100 are ideal for high-light situations as they produce minimal noise, resulting in brighter and sharper images. When shooting in well-lit environments, such as next to a window with natural light, it is best to use a low ISO to maximise the quality of your boudoir photos.
By adjusting these settings in your smartphone's pro mode, you can significantly improve the quality and look of your boudoir photos.