The concert boom: learn to take photos at night from your smartphone

Lime.- Undoubtedly, this year the entertainment industry has made a strong comeback in our country, and in just 10 months great artists such as Wisin y Yandel, Coldplay, Marc Anthony and soon Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee, among others, have performed. In fact, after 2 years without events, the concerts are a long-awaited experience for the Peruvian public, both to see their favorite artists again and also to see those artists who will play for the first time in Peru.

Many want to remember these experiences and it is not necessary to have a professional camera to capture these moments. For this reason, OPPO, a leading brand of smart devices, shares 3 tips to get the best videos and photos with your cell phone in low light at concerts:

*Use Pro mode
Although the automatic option may sound simpler, by setting the camera to manual mode you will be able to control the different tools to take a picture. One of these options is the ISO, an element that allows you to control the amount of light that enters the camera. It is important to note that increasing this may cause the image to have increased noise, loss of detail, or washed out colors. The ideal is to play with this tool until you get the photo that looks best to you.

* Take advantage of the HDR option
HDR or High Dynamic Range mode is used to get a well-lit photo. What this tool does is take several photos with different exposures quickly to combine them and get a single photo with more detail. Also, with this option you prevent the image from having a lot of noise. The OPPO Reno7, expert in AI Portrait, has this function that automatically adjusts to optimize brightness and take clearer details, especially in backlit environments.

* Use other cell phones as flash
Many times we use the flash to take photos in dark places, but if you are with friends it is advisable to use their smartphones as light sources. This is because, when we take a photo with flash, it does not allow us to create any shadows or give volume to our image. For this reason we recommend you play with your friends and try different points of light until you get the perfect photo.

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The concert boom: learn to take photos at night from your smartphone