In part 1 of Richard's article, he covers:
- Freezing objects
- Using HDR
- Using exposure to create silhouettes
While in part 2 he chats about:
- Reframing (smart cropping)
- Long exposures (night)
- Long exposures (daytime)
- Shooting Star trails
Of course, Richard's subject material (nature) may be different to your own use case for a smartphone camera (for example, I mainly shoot people), which is why I'd also remind you of my own smartphone photography tips here on the All About sites (albeit written in early 2012, before the advent of the Nokia 808 and Lumia 1020!)
From Richard's pieces though, here's a short excerpt:
Using exposure to create silhouettes
Here is an example of something I like to do from time to time when walking around cities.
In this image, I dropped exposure to -1.3EV to create the silhouette of the statue while positioning the sun right behind her head. The Lumia 1020 allows you to drop exposure down to -3EV so you can create silhouettes of almost anything interesting you come across.