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Most 3D phones have an autostereoscopic parallax barrier display (glasses-free 3D display) and some also have a 3D camera and a 3D output via HDMI.The slide, now more than six years old, said that future versions of this hack would focus on developing the ability to install the exploit remotely. The same documents also claim that the NSA has (or, more likely, had) a special working group dedicated to accessing Blackberry devices, though there's no specific mention of means for activating the camera on a Blackberry.But if you don't have an i Phone, you're fine... Of course, since 2008 Blackberry has fallen and Android has risen to control more than 80% of the smartphone market.Try to use less filters and more individual adjustments that you can apply — each of of your photographs is different, so take an individual approach to editing them. Choose unique angles Try shooting from the dog’s view. One more thing, hold down the shutter button and you get 10 fps burst mode so you don’t miss the action. Keep Your Lens Clean A simple but important point: As we tend to keep our phone in our jeans pockets or handbags, give your lens a quick wipe before you shoot. There are numerous 3rd party apps that you can download to give you all the control you would want. Lightroom is my first choice if I want to do this on my computer, and it enables me to tweak the image to match my creative vision. Stop for one second and think about whether you want to capture the picture in front of you. This is a really easy issue to fix, but if you ignore it, it will handicap you before you even start.This will make you look at the objects from a new perspective. Print your pictures, send them as postcards, give them to your friends, hang them on your walls. I see a lot of people nowadays trying to shoot in one and the same style, or even the same exact colors! Remember that versatility is great and shows your creativity. Fortunately, there are also some great apps available for the i Phone too if you wanted to do everything on the one device. Also, try not to keep your phone in your pocket or bag with things that might scratch the lens like coins, keys and the like. Learn to read light Lighting is what makes a great image, whether you take it with a Nikon D4 or a mobile phone.Learn how you can control the exposure, or focus on the objects better. If you want to zoom in on something, use your legs and move! There are many apps that will help you to do this, and while we can’t understate their help in creating beautiful images, but don’t try too hard. – Love what you do and don’t let the critics get you down too much. The things that she looks for are atmosphere and mood. How to Get More Stable Shots Although the i Phone 6 Plus has optical image stabilization built in, I find I get a better, sharper image by holding the phone with both hands, much like I would hold a traditional camera. When the sun is shining, shadows help create lots of interesting scenes for you to capture.
Don’t forget that this is just a phone, and its opportunities are not those of a DSLR lens. You should remember that sometimes a picture can be better off without any filters. The key for me here is then NOT to use the “software” shutter button but instead use the physical volume buttons which act as your shutter, eliminating camera shake and giving you sharper images. Look around and you’ll see that even mundane scenes can be captured in a special way.
Buried in those documents, which date back to 2008, was mention of a method for gaining complete access to i Phones, dubbed DROPOUTJEEP.
(It's important to note, however, that it's impossible to know whether the same methods apply to current i Phone models.) Apple responded to the allegations in a statement to All Things D, claiming that it has "never worked with the NSA to develop a backdoor in any of [its] products, including the i Phone." According to the alleged NSA documents: "DROPOUTJEEP is a software implant for the Apple i Phone that utilizes modular mission applications to provide specific SIGINT functionality.
Several recent revelations seem to suggest that the answer is yes.
Back in December, German news magazine Der Speigel published alleged NSA documents that it claimed were sent by Snowden.
Either way, it's clear that—at least at one point—government agencies had the ability to remotely view the world through private individuals' smartphone cameras.