How to create a flop-to-flop shot using your phone
Flops can be hard to get the most out of.
In this video tutorial, we’ll show you how to get an aerial shot of your perfect flop shot with a new smartphone app, Pflop.
If you’re looking for an aerial panorama with your iPhone, you’ll want to check out FlopShot.
The app, available on iOS and Android, has you shooting aerial panoramas in a variety of different perspectives.
How to get a flotilla shot with your phone with Pflops article A quick tip: Don’t shoot a floplad on a mobile phone.
Floplad is a fancy way of saying a person or object, so we recommend that you never shoot a person in a flope.
Instead, try to capture the scene using a smartphone camera and zoom in until you get a nice 360-degree shot.
Step 1: Set up your camera for flop shooting Step 2: Set the aperture on your camera and lens to f/1.8 or f/2.0 This is the same aperture that you use on a DSLR camera.
Step 3: Set your shutter speed to 100 seconds and your aperture to f2.8.
Step 4: Start shooting!
You should be able to get decent results at this point, but there are still some things you’ll need to be aware of.
Step 5: Get a decent tripod.
There are three types of tripod you can buy: an easy-to find tripod that is easy to set up, an expensive tripod that’s easy to break, and a more expensive tripod with a more sophisticated design that has to be installed on your phone.