Defines what is a camera phone and offers tips on taking better photos with your camera phone.
#1: Know Your Cost When Sending Photos
Make sure you know the costs when e-mailing photos or using picture messaging.
#2: Adjust White Balance for More Accurate Photos
Adjusting your camera phone's white balance may help it take better photos in difficult lighting situations.
#3: Make Sure to Use Your Extra Memory if Available
Just because you add memory to your phone doesn't mean it will automatically be used to store photos.
#4: Increase the Resolution if Possible
Higher resolutions can result in more detailed camera phone photos.
#5: Don't Take Photos While Driving!
Safety first! Don't fumble with a camera phone while on the road.
#6: Keep your Camera Phone Steady
Keeping your camera phone steady can result in clearer photos.
#7: Does Your Employer Have a Problem?
Your employer may not wish you to carry camera phones on the premises.
#8: Bracket Your Photos
Take multiple exposures of the same subject with your camera phone to help increase the chances of a good photo.
#9: What is a Camera Phone?
What exactly is a 'camera phone' and what kinds of pictures can they take?
#10: Don't Have Flash? Use Someone Else's!
'Borrow' someone else's flash if your camera phone lacks that feature.
#11: Keep Your Lens Clean
Keep your camera phone's lens clean to prevent spots on your photos.
#12: Keep Batteries Charged So You Don't Miss Calls
Don't let your camera phone's power usage prevent you from using your cell phone for other tasks.
#13: Name Your Pictures
Describe your camera phone's photos to make them easier to find later.
Tips on purchasing and using cell phones. Battery conservation tips, reading the fine-print on contracts, avoiding hidden charges, and more.
The MalekTips website was created in 1998 by Andrew Malek of Envision Programming. The page's goal is to freely disperse computer-related tips, hints, and informative articles. Tips are organized to be easy to find, and are presented clearly, in easy-to-understand language.