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Our iPhones go with us wherever we go and are on hand to capture all those special memories that happen when you don't have a camera. Although an iPhone might not produce files capable of large scale reproduction like an SLR, it can produce good small prints to stick on your fridge, wall or in a photo album. michaels photo finishing offers professional quality photo processing done by our highly trained photo technicians using the very latest imaging technology to ensure that each print reflects the details of every memory you've captured.
An iPhone 4 is capable of producing the highest quality prints because its images have a higher pixel count, and a 3GS phone will do better than earlier models for the same reason. The higher pixel count will also improve the image's overall sharpness. Also, because the 3GS and iPhone 4 allow for selective focus and metering, they offer more shooting flexibility. That said, even if you are using a first generation iPhone, you can still make small prints.
Tips for better photos from your iPhone/Smartphone
Try to shoot in well lit environments. In dimly lit settings, turn on more lights if you can and consider using a Gorillapod or similar device to stabilise your phone for sharper pictures.
If you have a iPhone 3GS or later, tap on the part of the image that you want correctly exposed/focussed.
If you have an iPhone 4, keep in mind that the camera on the front of the phone (used for self-portraits) is of significantly lower quality than the 5 megapixel one on the back.
If the flash on your iPhone 4 is too bright, consider moving further away from your subject to reduce your flash exposure.