Before you send a recorded video to a friend or upload it to YouTube, you can make some quick edits and ditch unnecessary parts of any recorded video by using the built-in Trim feature. It’s just like trimming in QuickTime but it can be done right on your iOS device.
By Misho Baranovic: "It's been over a year since I last posted my ten tips for shooting street photography. Here is an updated list of tips for shooting street with an iPhone. These tips are aimed at iPhone 3GS, 4 and 4S users. (Some functions mentioned will not work with the iPhone 3.)"
During the seminar, iPhoneogaphy expert Dan Burkholder covers a broad range of information such as shooting tips, available accessories, and, of course, examinations of some of his favorite apps. Take a look here.
We do not normally do tips, but we thought we would add this one for you just for today. For many photographers, their smartphone have become their everyday camera, simply because it’s always in their pocket.
A recent study suggests 1/3 of all photos are taken using an iPhone. That’s an astonishing number, but simply posting those photos as is to Flickr or Facebook usually isn’t exactly going to rock the world.
On Apple’s App Store alone, photography and photo apps are two of the most searched words. Whether you’re an amateur, or a professional photographer, the iPhone’s photo apps transform your phone into an amazing DSLR-like camera. This week we have compiled a few of the best iPhone photo apps that you should download and try.
You probably know that tapping once on the screen within the Camera app will cause the iPhone to automatically focus and adjust exposure to that region, but if you’re trying to take a picture with challenging lighting or depth conditions the auto adjustments are not always ideal. Instead, use focus and exposure lock to get the exact lighting and focus you want out of a picture.
By Onemeeeliondollars. A simple trick to get you some AWESOME zoo footage with only a camera phone. If you love or hate (or are ambivalent towards) gorillas you are gonna really like this. For those who've wisely pointed out those are actually orangutans and not gorillas, go to 1:03 then pause then read.