I know you’ve posted more than your share of I’m-deer-hunting-but-trying-to-look-like-I’m-not taking-my-own-photo pics on social media. You’ve shown off your face paint, your bow, your boots, your rifle, and, occasionally, a dead critter. Even if you don’t consider yourself any kind of photographer, odds are pretty good that you can take a decent cell phone photo. If nothing else, you’ve taken a photo, looked at it, and took a new shot based on the lackluster results of the previous effort. To fix the issue, you’ve probably moved closer to the subject, turned on the flash or found an angle that kept the sun from shining directly in the lens. Well, all those selfie lessons can pay off in the woods. The things that make for a great cellphone pic (and photo in general) are the same ones that apply to quality trail camera images.