Everyone knows nothing beats DSLR in terms of composition and quality. However, because of its size and weight it is impossible to bring wherever you go. Moreover, you need to start fiddling around what lens to use and choose the settings can take a while. With the rising of smart phones such as iPhone, it is good enough to replace a point-and-shoot camera. iPhone camera has a big sensor with an impressive f/2.4 aperture, an IR filter and variety of apps to edit your photos. Even though the quality of megapixels is limited, having an iPhone with you at all times allows you to take and then share your photos on social media sites instantly. So let’s make the most out of your iPhone camera with some of the tips and tricks for better iPhoneography.