With more and more of us using our phone cameras as our primary point and shoot camera, it’s always great to get tips that make the photos better. Here’s how to adjust the exposure.  For your iPhone camera, just tap down on the area where want to adjust the exposure.

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Then slide your finger up and down to adjust exposure.

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For Android cameras, the process may vary depending on your phone. Here’s how it works on my Galaxy S4.  Open the camera and tap the gear for Settings.

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Tap the Settings tab and scroll down to Exposure.

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Tap Exposure and then adjust by dragging the slider left and right.

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~ Cynthia