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!
One year ago I would not have considered myself an expert on how to photograph anything, let alone style food and products for a blog. Heck, I still don't even consider myself and expert! But over the last few months I've received questions about how I photograph my baking and cooking and have been asked…
It’s not exactly a new idea, but we all know it’s not cool until Apple does it. There have been attempts at a device like this a couple of times before. But it’s just never really taken off. We’re talking about a laptop-like dock for your smartphone. The only one that’s seen any kind of …
I want to encourage you — use your smartphone more for your photography. First of all, what is the point of photography? The purpose of photography is to uplift your soul. To make meaning in your life; not photos. Therefore, I believe that shooting with your smartphone is probably your best tool for photography. Why? …
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While anyone can tap their screen for a quick shot of his or her loved one on the beach or beautiful landscape, getting the results truly Instagram-worthy takes a little finesse. Read on for tips for the perfect travel shot.
Instagram is one of the most popular social networks in the world. It’s a place where you can share photos you’ve taken, pictures from the lifestyle you (want people to think you) lead, and much more. While a lot of people are happy to share any old meme on Facebook and other social networks, they’re often far more careful with what posts make it to their Instagram account. With this in mind, let’s look at how to take great photos for Instagram.
Jack Hollingsworth has spent the better part of his three–decade career shooting portraits, lifestyle and fashion. Now he takes those same sensibilities and sensitivities and applies them to iPhone fashion. Join Jack in India as he shoots fashion photography, with his iPhone, using the Camera+ app.
Amboseli National Park, Kenya Chennai, India Before he was a jet-setting photographer, Tim Landis was a curious medical supply delivery man with a passion for beautiful places. He hopped on Instagram about a month after it was released, and he became one of the app’s first major players. His sun-drenched scenes and tales of wanderlust …
As smartphones cameras improve, the market has come to expect DSLR-like image and video quality as well as DSLR-like features. This blog post is published by an Embedded Vision Alliance member company.
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