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The portrait mode of the camera that includes the vast majority of high-end phones (and many mid-range) has become one of its best claims in the market. And is that in a time when we share so many photos on social networks, having a phone that makes good portraits is a pleasure.

Unfortunately, not all phones have a portrait or bokeh modes that give us such fabulous results as those of these flagships, but with a series of guidelines when executing the photo and some later editing, we can get some pretty interesting portraits. We are going to use three completely different phones and we will show you how with any of them we can make a decent portrait, at least, to upload to Instagram.

To accompany the theory we will show you several images taken with four phones of different ranges and with completely different optics. These terminals are the Nokia 8, the Alcatel 7, the iPhone 6s Plus and a very strong rival, the iPhone 8 Plus. Since the last iPhone boasts a portrait mode that should give us excellent results, we have taken the photographs with him without following the guidelines that we are going to give you next, in order to show you how necessary it is to have a good camera in between the hands is to know how to use it.

The importance of framing and of course, of light:

One of the first things that can destroy a portrait (and any photograph in reality) is a bad framing. The framing, in photography, alludes to the portion of the scene that we are going to capture, something like a stage. It does not matter if we take the photograph vertically or horizontally, the important thing is that we take a few seconds to give it a balanced frame, not cut the head of the model and that everything flows within the scene.

We are not talking about the golden ratio or the rule of the thirds, but something much simpler: common sense. If we are doing a portrait we have to give prominence to the model, we can not cut parts of his face or body or portray him surrounded by objects that take away relevance within the scene.

But more important almost that the frame is light. And is that light is the essence of photography (literally) and if we do not work well with it no matter the camera or phone we have, the results can be disastrous. At the time of making portraits the ideal (unless we have study light) is natural light, but be careful with this one that can also be dangerous.

And is that if we are going to make portraits in full sunlight we should not do it in the highest hours of the day, because we run the risk of running into too dark shadows on the faces. The ideal? The days are a bit cloudy, because the clouds act as diffusers of natural light, wonderfully softening the shadows.

Of course, it goes without saying that the flash is the number one enemy of the portraits (however much they insist on integrating it in the front cameras), if there is no other we can use it and then add some editing with software (that will be our last paragraph) to counteract its effects, but ideally we should avoid as much as possible as if it were the devil.

No to zoom, yes to focus:

Another thing that we must flee from when we make portraits of the zoom. For many improvements that mobile phones have integrated, the zoom continues to make us lose quality in the final result and the only thing that we will end up with is a portrait full of noise, so let's get closer, let's play with the plans and again , let's take care of the frame.

We say no to zoom but yes to focus. Ideally, we approach manually and look for what we want to focus on in the portrait, what we are interested in highlighting. In addition, the manual approach gives us the possibility to unleash our creativity, being able to play and enjoy much more to make portraits.

Pepper with a little editing:

In the previous photo, we can see the samples taken with the four different cameras and we see how, for example, the Alcatel A7 leaves us with a somewhat "sad" color reproduction. However, this and any photo is susceptible to improvement with a little editing above.

In-app stores we find a lot of photo editors focused on the portrait, but sometimes have too many useless modes and give us results somewhat exaggerated. For this type of photography, I personally recommend Snapseed.

And is that this editor, besides being one of the most complete that we can find nowadays, incorporated relatively recently a complete function dedicated to portraits that allow us to highlight and soften traits and even focus on specific areas.

The photographer lives not only from the camera:

After reviewing some of the key points to make portraits with the mobile phone we come to a clear conclusion: and that is that despite the evolution of cameras and that we do with the best photographic smartphone on the market, the hand and affection with the Taking a picture is always vital to obtain good results.


Although we use them every day to share things with our friends and family, messaging apps reduce the size and compress our photos and videos to unsuspected limits. To give you an idea, a 3 MB photo sent by WhatsApp is compressed to 331 KB, which makes it lose a huge amount of detail and sharpness and, therefore, quality.

It is true that sending photos by WhatsApp is easy and fast, but there are several alternatives that you can use to do exactly the same without losing quality. All of them are completely free. If you prefer to continue using WhatsApp, you can send photos and video without losing quality using this trick, although it is somewhat tedious.

WeTransfer:

We started with the veteran. WeTransfer is a service that allows you to send up to 2 GB of files to any person without losing a bit of quality. Simply access your website, enter your email, then the person (s) you want to receive the files and, finally, upload them. You can upload whatever you want, from a JPEG photo to an Illustrator .ai file.



When the upload is complete, all people whose emails you have written will receive a download link that will expire after seven days, more than enough time to download the files. You will also receive the link in your inbox, and you can copy it to send it to all the people you want on WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, etc.

Download WeTransfer | Android | iOS

Telegram:

One of the benefits of Telegram is that you can use it for virtually anything. You have bots that work for everything, channels, group chats, private chats, a personal cloud and, of course, a system for sending files without compression.



It is enough that, when selecting which photos and videos you are going to send, select the option "Send a file". Thus the application will send the complete file and not a compressed version (the compression of Telegram, in some cases, is significantly more aggressive than that of WhatsApp).In fact, you can use the Telegram channels to create a kind of home WeTransfer. You just have to create a private channel, upload everything you want (following the method mentioned above) and share the link with whoever you want to have access to. The good thing is that, unlike WeTransfer, this link does not expire.

Download Telegram | Android | iOS

My Drop:

My Drop is an app developed by Xiaomi that allows the sending of files through WiFi Direct. Basically, what My Drop does is create a private network between two Android phones, which allows reaching a really high transfer speed. It is available on all Xiaomi phones, and the app can be downloaded from Google Play on almost any Android.

There are other apps that use this same technology, such as Share it, Xander or Send Anywhere, they all work exactly the same and are also free. The only drawback of this type of apps is that they are not compatible with the iPhone. The closest thing is an app called FotoSwipe, which you can download for free on both Android and iOS.

Download My Drop | Android

Portal:

Portal is an app developed by the same team as Push Bullet that serves to send files between devices connected to the same WiFi. You just have to install the application on your mobile or iPhone, scan the QR code of the issuing device and select in this the files you want to send.



There are no size limits and the transfer, which is done through your WiFi network, is very, very fast. You can also use it to send files from the computer to the mobile and vice versa.Download Portal | Android | iOS


Cloud Apps:


Cloud apps are the ones you want and more, and they all work the same. You can choose Dropbox, Google Drive, One Drive, MEGA or the one you like to upload your files and share them with as many contacts as you wish. The main difference between these services is the space you have available for free.


Dropbox offers 2 GB, Google Drive and One Drive 15 GB, and MEGA no more or less than 50 GB. If you are a member of Amazon Prime you can also enjoy 5 GB on Amazon Drive and unlimited storage of photos and videos on Amazon Prime Photos, which is like Google Photos but without compression.

Other systems:

NFC and Bluetooth:

If you want to send files between Android phones you can also use two old known technologies: NFC and Bluetooth. The first one has the advantage of being almost instantaneous, although it requires that both devices be very close together. It's fine for a punctual photo or video, but if you're going to send large files, it may not be the best option.

You can also use Bluetooth. It has no limits, it is universal and you can use it with any Android mobile. Advantage? You can send as many files as you want, no matter how heavy they are, and you do not need data or WiFi connection. Disadvantage? It's not as fast as the NFC or some of the apps mentioned above.

Unfortunately, neither of these two systems will serve to send files between iPhone or Android phones to iPhone or vice versa.


If we want the full experience of Instagram we will have to use the application, but the truth is that the web version is very convenient to check the social network when you are from your computer.

Today we are going to recommend a series of extensions for Google Chrome that will be very useful for those users who like to consult the publications of their friends from the browser. comfortable to consult the social network when you are from your computer.

Night Mode:

Instagram Night Mode is an extension that does what it promises, and once we have it installed we will make our eyes rest a little more thanks to this "night mode".


In this way, darkness will be the protagonist on the platform (both in individual publications and in the full profile), the comments area, etc.

Download and upload photos:


By default, the Instagram web version does not allow us to download the photos or videos posted by other users. Downloader for Instagram is an extension that enables it, as well as enabling the downloading of Stories. Another important point is that if we install it, we have the option of uploading photos to our profile. Its developers say they are already working to activate the upload of videos.

Improve the experience:


The creators of 'Improved Layout for Instagram' say that "Instagram.com is not optimized to be viewed from a computer." In this way, we can see more entries at the same time. In addition, thanks to this extension a series of very useful controls for the videos will appear, being able to silence them, adjust the volume, be able to go back and advance or activate the full-screen mode.

Do not miss any notification:


If you are one of those users who want to be always up-to-date on what's happening on your profile, WebClient for Instagram is an extension with which to receive notifications every time we have a new comment, follower, likes, etc.

Once we have installed it, we will always have the Instagram feed on hand, since it will appear in a column on the right side if we click on the icon of the extension. It also allows us to post photos, download them and view others' publications in their "full quality".

Follow mass users:

If you are a company or an Instagram account that wants to use the platform in a more "professional" way, you may want to try GrowBot Automator.


This extension allows us to activate a bot that will automatically follow all the followers of a certain account or even the users who comment or have liked in a specific Instagram account.

There are a series of filters that we can establish, setting a minimum and maximum of users that we want to follow, if the account is or is not verified, if it is private, if it follows us, etc.


Knowing languages is increasingly necessary for the global economy in which we operate, especially if we consider how long some applications and systems take to be available in Spanish. Of course, they also provide some advantage when looking for a job or education.

Learning and mastering a language is a process that takes time, good material and a lot of practice. Luckily, on your mobile you have a great ally to accompany you in your learning, expand your vocabulary, improve your pronunciation or practice the grammar not only of English but of many other languages. These are the best applications for you to learn languages with Android.

6 Best Applications For Learning Languages ​​On Android 2018 || Best Google Translator Alternatives 2018:

1. Google Translate:

We start our list with an application that technically is not to learn languages but is undeniably an essential aid for any student: the Google translator. It has support for over a hundred languages, so it's a real pocket dictionary.


Google Translator has some interesting functions that are very useful for those who study a language, such as conversation mode, which automatically listens and translates between two languages, the translation of texts in real time with the camera or handwriting.

Developer: Google Inc.
Download it on: Google Play
Price: Free
Category: Tools

2. Duolingo:

Duolingo has earned a reputation as an app for learning and perfecting languages from the mobile, in part by making lessons simple, accessible and somewhat entertaining, with quizzes and mini-games to keep you motivated.


With Duolingo you can learn French, German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Turkish, Dutch, Irish, Danish, Swedish, Ukrainian, Esperanto, Polish, Greek, Norwegian, Hebrew, Welsh, English, Swahili, Romanian and Japanese. The exercises combine vocabulary with grammar, reading, and listening.

Developer: Duolingo
Download it on: Google Play
Price: Free
Category: Education

3. TinyCards:


Also from Duolingo, do not miss the new TinyCards application, based on flashcards. This time the application is not limited to languages, but you can really learn -or memorize- anything from vocabulary to chemical elements or parts of the human eye.


With more than 200,000 cards in the system, the odd thing is that you will not find lessons in the language of your interest. For the rest, the operation is as if they were real cards: you can see both sides, and then you must remember from memory what you just learned.

Android version: from 5.0
Developer: Duolingo
Download it on: Google Play
Price: Free
Category: Education

4. Busuu:

Another old acquaintance of learning languages with Android is Busuu. The language offers includes English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, Polish, Turkish and Arabic. As in Duolingo, you will find exercises on vocabulary, conversation, pronunciation, and grammar.


Start studying is free, but to get the most out of it and unlock all the possibilities you must pay a monthly fee of 9.99 euros to 2.71 euros if you prepay a year. It highlights the user community to practice with native speakers and the possibility of obtaining official certificates.

Android version: from 4.1
Developer: busuu Limited
Download it on: Google Play
Price: Free

Category: Education

5. Elsa:

If you already have more or less controlled English but you suffer the pronunciation, Elsa could be the coach you were waiting for. With a database of more than 2,000 words and expressions in English, you can repeat them live without stopping until you pronounce them correctly.


Unlike other applications that are limited to evaluate if you have pronounced good or bad, Elsa gives you clues and tips to improve your pronunciation, comparing the sound you should have said and the one you said. You can try Elsa free for 7 days, then 4.29 euros per month, which is reduced if you prepay a quarter or a year.

Android version: from 4.2
Developer: ELSA
Download it on: Google Play
Price: Free
Category: Education

6. Babbel:


With Babbel you can learn and improve your level of Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish and Turkish. Similar to Busuu or Duolingo, the lessons last about 10-15 minutes so you can practice at any leisure time.

Babbel's methodology places special emphasis on the retention of what you have learned, and that is that it is useless to learn a thousand new words if you forget them to the second. It has lessons for both beginners and advanced students and if you want to unlock all the content you need to pay a fee of about 9.95 euros per month.

Android version: from 4.1
Developer: Babbel
Download it on: Google Play
Price: Free

Category: Education


Ever since the release of Android 8 Oreo, the Android 9 picked up the fire as it continues the trending news Android Oreo left behind. Back then, the Android 9 have no name, many suggestions came across people's mind and thus, some of the guesses turns out to lime with what Google has in store for us.

Hence, the Android 9 Pie is still in a beta stage and thus, it won't stop Google from introducing another name to us as the Android 9 when Officially launched "who knows?".

The Android 9 Pie update is expected to be available only in few devices for now and it'll start on a device running on Android 8 Oreo, so if you wish to experience Android 9 Pie features then go get a flagship device that at least runs on Android 8 Oreo but if you can't afford that, no problem, here's how to make your Android device to look like Android 9 Pie.

However, the Android 9 Pie was just introduced to us by Google only few weeks back and if you're already rocking a
Android 9 Pie on your device and which to Root it then you've come in the right place because we have you covered. Hence I'm going to provide you with the step-by-step guide on how to unlock bootloader, install TWRP recovery and of course, Root your Android 9 Pie smartphone.

How To Unlock Bootloader, Install TWRP Recovery And Root Android 9 Pie Smartphones:

» Disclaimer:

AndroBliz should not be held responsible for any damages or loss you get following this procedure, hence we're here to offer help and guide to you "user at your own risk".

» Important:

★ Ensure total backup of your Data before proceeding with the steps below.

★ Ensure that you have at least 70-80 percent battery on your Android 9 Pie device.

★ Make sure you have enabled your USB Debug hand OEM Unlock. To do this, Navigate to your Settings => About Phone => Click on Build Number Seven Times to become a developer => Head-back to your Settings and tap on Developers Option => Toggle on USB Debugging and OEM Unlock.


★ Make sure ADB and Fastboot are setup on your computer (Windows, Mac or Linux) and working. Hence, you can click here to learn how to install ADB and Fastboot on Windows, Mac and Linux

» Pre-Requisites:

Make sure your Android Smartphone is running Android 9 Pie, if you're using a Pixel device and haven't flash in the Android 9 Pie beta on your smartphone, then download and install it from here.

» Downloads:

Download modified TWRP Recovery for your respective Google Pixel smartphone from below links, make sure to download the .img file. Once downloaded, rename it to recovery.img and place it in platform-tools folder.

Download below file and place the zip file in internal memory of your Google Pixel smartphone.

How To Unlock Bootloader And Install TWRP Recovery:

Unfortunately, we're unable to write it down here as we have already written about it earlier. So it'll be best for you to click here to learn how to unlock bootloader and install TWRP recovery on your Android 9 Pie device.

How To Root Android 9 Pie:

★ Boot To Fastboot:

Turn of your pixel phone and boot to recovery by holding volume up + power button. However, you can also boot into fastboot while your device is on by following the below procedure.
  • Connect Google pixel device to computer using usb cable.
  • Open command prompt (for Windows) or Terminal (for Mac and Linux).
  • Navigate to platform-tools folder and issue below command.

Windows:
adb reboot bootloader

Mac and Linux:
./adb reboot bootloader

★ Boot TWRP Recovery:

On device running Android 9 Pie, Open command prompt (for Windows) or Terminal (for Mac and Linux). Navigate to platform-tools folder and issue below command.
Windows
./fastboot flash recovery recovery-oreo.img

Mac and Linux
./fastboot flash recovery recovery-oreo.img

You should now boot into TWRP recovery on your Android 9 Pie device. Make sure to choose “Keep read only“.

★ Root Android P '9.0' Using Magisk

Once in TWRP click on Install, then select Magisk zip file downloaded in Downloads, and swipe to confirm flashing zip file.


★ Reboot Into Android:

Head-back to TWRP main menu, then on Reboot and then on System and you will boot into Android.


Boom! all work is done, congratulations you have successfully rooted your Pixel phone. However, to confirm if your device is rooted successfully or not then you have to learn.

» Check Root:

If by any chance you want to check if your Android 9 Pie device is rooted or not, simply head-over to Google play store and download Root Checker app or you can click here itself, open it and click on Verify Root. If you are rooted you will get an appropriate message.

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