The best way to shoot mobile phones is by shooting with an iPhone.
And thanks to the new Google Lens app, you can easily capture mobile phone photos with the Google Lens mobile camera.
Here’s how to use Google Lens to take beautiful, low-light mobile photos with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
Step 1: Open the Google Camera app.
Step 2: Choose the camera you want to use and tap the “Add” button to begin capturing photos.
Step 3: Tap the “Capture” button on the right side of the screen to begin taking photos.
The first thing you’ll notice when you’re capturing photos with Google Lens is the ability to adjust the focal length of the lens.
For example, if you’re shooting at a distance of 5 feet, the lens will be wide open, but if you have the app open on a larger display, it will be set to medium.
You can also set a white balance for your photos by swiping down from the bottom of the camera app.
Once you’re happy with the color balance of your photos, tap “Add Photos” to start capturing.
Step 4: You can choose from six preset photo backgrounds that include landscape, urban, nature, portraits, portraits with pets, and sports.
You also can change the lighting from the “Light” section of the settings menu, and you can set the shutter speed from the shutter “Speed” section.
You can also use the “Shutter” section to change the speed of the shutter.
Step 5: You’ll need to be in the “Lens” section on the Google camera app and tap on the photo you want.
Step 6: Select “Add Photo” to begin snapping.
Step 7: After you’re done snapping, tap the gear icon on the bottom left corner of the Google photo app to close it.