I am iPhone Photography obsessed. I will curate relevant compelling content to help you raise your game. I also throw in, from time to time, content from Android and DSLR that i think you will also find interesting. Bottom line, this feed is mostly about iPhone Photography!
The iPhone has changed photography by making it easy to shoot anywhere and anytime. Join Jack Hollingsworth as he shows you how to elevate your everyday photos into works of art. (The iPhone makes it easy to shoot anywhere, anytime.
Really want to get the most out of your new GoPro? You’re in luck, because GoPro recently turned to their own in-house production team and asked them to create a series of tutorials called the GoPro Field Guide.
Instagram is where you share all your favorite photos - we've made it easy to print them all too! Get the Memorybox to receive prints of all the photos you have ever taken on Instagram. (RT @SocialPS: return of the memory box!
We’re delighted to announce new releases of our flagship iPhoneography app 645 PRO Mk II and its #nofilter companion PureShot. This time, we’ve introduced support for the innovative Nova off-camera flash.
For most people Hipstamatic is the corner stone of apps that introduces you to mobile photography for iPhone enthusiasts. But not everyone starts or have this love for Hipstamatic, in fact Jim Perdue never bought or used the app.
If you’re looking for a clever use of the iPhone’s gyroscope and accelerometer sensors, look no further than Hyperlapse, a new iOS app by Facebook-owned Instagram which lets you create panning and time-lapse shots, steadycam-style.
Its fair to say Instagram is popular and whilst many use it as a platform to showcase their photographic talents and making connections with other like-minded people, there are many others who use it as a […] How to Take Better Instagram Photos is...
500px has been working on something special for its users. After months of hammering away at keyboards and staring at screens, the 500px team has officially launched its new Groups and Discussions section, both of which are currently in beta.
7 Tips For Less Terrible Smartphone Photos Gizmodo Smartphones have made quality photography fun and accessible for everyone. But there's still a lot more to it than just pointing and tapping if you want to lasting images.
This photo isn’t actually a photo. From the furniture to the beautiful light falling on the countertops and wood floors, what you’re looking at is a CGI rendering that has replaced 75% of the ‘photos’ in the IKEA catalogs the college kids, divorced...
Yesterday Instagram released Hyperlapse, its new app for making time lapse videos. The obvious benefit of time lapsing footage is that you can cram more into a 15-second clip, but the videos also end up looking really cool.