Gone are the days where you need to fork over a fortune for a high-tech camera! Instead, all you need to take some killer Instagram photos is your iPhone and MonoShot. As a bonus, high quality Instagram photos mean you have the potential to make some extra money on the side from sponsors. So, whether you’re filling your Instagram feed with your latest travel destinations, taking shots of you in action or showing off your best selfies, it’s time to perfect the art of iPhone photography on Instagram. Here are the Instagram tips that’ll take your photos and feed to the next level.
Use a MonoShot to never miss a photography moment
Every Instagrammer can relate to capturing a once-in-a-lifetime Instagram-worthy shot, only to realize the photo turned out blurry. It’s the worst feeling in the world, especially when the moment can’t be captured again.
With the MonoShot, you don’t have to worry about missing out on the moment. This innovative piece of technology eliminates camera shake, allowing you to take crisp and clear iPhone photos at any given time. It also turns into a monopod, mini tripod, and full mount so you can take your best shots wherever you go.
Take iPhone photos at dusk and dawn
It’s an unwritten photography rule that the best time to take photos is either before the sun comes up or before the sun goes down. These two parts of the day are when you’re going to get the best lighting – it’s not too bright, it’s not too dark, it’s just right. So, arrange your iPhone photography shots around these times for the better photos while traveling.
Bring out the spike for weird terrains and surfaces
As you travel, you’ll stumble across various terrains and surfaces that aren’t ideal for a tripod. Uneven rocks, mountain peaks, slippery slopes, grassy fields are to name a few. But you don’t want to miss the moment so you risk it anyway… And then you find yourself forking over $1000 for a new smartphone. What a way to put a damper on a good day in a new travel destination!
Avoid this dilemma altogether by using a spike mount that sticks right into the ground, keeping your iPhone pictures steady and your device secure while you take the shot. The MonoShot actually comes with this attachment already, along with the various other features. So, you can have confidence knowing you’ll always be prepared when you travel with it.
Keep your iPhone pictures horizontal
One of the best tips for better photos while traveling is to take your iPhone pictures horizontally. This simple process allows you to get the most of the scenery in one picture, and you can crop out all the rest as needed.
And as you likely guessed, the MonoShot can be maneuvered to take horizontal iPhone pictures.
Forbid the obvious selfies and take secret selfies instead
Selfies are so yesterday. It’s no longer ‘Instagram Etiquette’ to take iPhone pictures of yourself by holding your arm out as far as it will possibly go. However, photos of yourself are still trendy and worthy of your IG feed. The key is to make it look candid and natural, as opposed to unprofessional and staged, and all you need to do just that is a monopod!
Use a self-timer to capture the details of the moment
Use a Bluetooth shutter remote to take iPhone pictures wherever your travel and lifestyle takes you. Being able to set up a timer, stand in front of your MonoShot and take a picture from 45 feet away allows you to capture the entire moment – full scenery and all. So, this is one of the best Instagram tips for exploring new travel destinations or taking iPhone pictures outdoors.
Treasure the moments spent exploring new travel destinations and fill your Instagram feed with mind-blowing photography that people will be shocked to learn are iPhone pictures. The MonoShot is the secret everyone else wishes they knew about.