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What is creativity?

What is creativity? | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
What is creativity?  Let’s hear from Sir Ken Robinson, one of the leading voices on this subject.
“I define creativity as the process of having original ideas that have value. Creative work in any field often passes through typical phases.
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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!
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8 iPhone and Android photo-editing apps you need to download ASAP

8 iPhone and Android photo-editing apps you need to download ASAP | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Edited in Bazaart.Andrew Hoyle/CNET Maybe you're spending more time at home these days as part of coronavirus lockdown, or maybe your city has reopened and...
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The 7 Best Places In Asia For Travel Photography –

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These are some of the best spots in Asia for travel photography. From cities to scenery, there’s a shot for everyone here.
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6 Creative Macro Photography Ideas You Probably Haven’t Seen Before | Best.Photography

6 Creative Macro Photography Ideas You Probably Haven’t Seen Before | Best.Photography | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
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The best features of the iPhone 11 Pro Max –

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The iPhone 11 Pro Max is touted by Apple as the first iPhone powerful enough to be called a pro.In addition to a new Midnight Green case color option, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is packed with features, including a 12-megapixel camera with three lenses for standard, zoom, and wide-angle photography, as...
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The Complete Guide To FiLMiC Pro: Learn Smartphone Video

The Complete Guide To FiLMiC Pro: Learn Smartphone Video | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Learn how to master the FiLMiC Pro app and shoot professional quality video with a smartphone.
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Apple iPhone 12 Rumor Indicates Same Notch Will Still Be Used

Apple iPhone 12 Rumor Indicates Same Notch Will Still Be Used | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
An image of an alleged iPhone 12 (expected to be announced in September or October 2020) has been leaked. These are the details.
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iPhone 11 vs. Pro vs. Pro Max: How to decide which features are worth the upgrade – CNET – Ranzware Tech NEWS

iPhone 11 vs. Pro vs. Pro Max: How to decide which features are worth the upgrade – CNET – Ranzware Tech NEWS | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Last September, Apple announced the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max as updates to the iPhone XR , XS and XS Max, respectively. The new phones have significantly upgraded cameras, a blazing fast processor and overall better build quality. To top it all off, the iPhone 11, which starts at $699 (£729, AU$1,199), is $50 cheaper than the iPhone XR was when it was first released. (Still too expensive? Don’t forget about the $399 iPhone SE 2020.) Between the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, it may be difficult to figure out which one you should get. All three phones have the same processor, same main, ultrawide and selfie cameras, and run iOS 13. In fact the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are identical in nearly every way aside from price, size, weight, battery life and screen resolution. The iPhone 11 represents one of the best values for a flagship phone you can buy today, and has many of the same 11 Pro features. On the other hand, the iPhone 11 Pro has a few key additions that make it the best iPhone ever made. At $999 (£1,049, AU$1,749), it also starts at $300 more than the iPhone 11.  For six months I used the iPhone 11 as my daily driver and the 11 Pro as my work phone. I took lots of photos and videos with the new ultrawide-angle camera, pushed the A13 processor to its max with games and photo edits and explored all of what iOS 13 has to offer. For most people, including myself, the iPhone 11 is more than enough, and taking that one step further, I’d actually pay $50 more for the 11 to upgrade the storage from 64GB to 128GB. But here is the wrinkle: size. The iPhone 11 Pro is a bit smaller and lighter than the 11, which I personally love, and it could be the reason to go Pro. (FYI, if you want something bigger though, with the longest battery life, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is there waiting to fill your pocket and empty your bank account even more.) Angela Lang/CNET At the heart of the iPhone 11 Pro is an iPhone 11. But with upgrades such as a high-resolution OLED display, a matte-glass finish and a stainless steel side band it gets the VIP treatment. It has a third rear camera that, combined with Apple’s new Deep Fusion image processing, takes better zoomed-in photos. But probably the most-welcomed upgrade on the 11 Pro is how much longer battery life is over the previous-generation iPhone XS. In fact, the 11 Pro lasts almost as long on a single charge as the 11. Read our iPhone 11 Pro review. How we tested Now playing: Watch this: iPhone 11: 3 phones, reviewed. Which do you choose? 10:05 The smaller iPhone was better Perhaps the most obvious and important reason to buy the iPhone 11 Pro over the iPhone 11 is size. They are very differently sized phones and they will fit in your hands differently. With a 5.8-inch screen and a weight of 6.63 ounces (188 grams), the iPhone 11 Pro is the smallest of the three iPhone 11 devices. (Though, if a small phone is what you’re after, the new iPhone SE might be a better option, at 4.7 inches and 5.22 ounces.) The solid-feeling phone is the easiest to use one-handed. Weighing 6.84 ounces the iPhone 11 is heavier than the 11 Pro but doesn’t feel as dense. The iPhone 11 is 0.2 millimeters thicker than the 11 Pro, which makes it feel a tad chunky. Everyone’s hands and needs are different. I have large hands, but prefer the svelte feeling of the 11 Pro. But if you are willing to compromise a heavier weight for a larger screen, get the 11 and save $300. And if you want the absolute biggest screen you can have, go for the $1,099 iPhone 11 Max that has a 6.5-inch OLED screen but weighs 7.97 ounces (226 grams). Winner: For its small size, the 11 Pro is the way to go for me. Telephoto camera is nice to have The iPhone 11 Pro (and 11 Pro Max) has a third telephoto camera that the iPhone 11 doesn’t. At times it was nice switching to the telephoto camera. And compared to the iPhone XS, the updated telephoto camera combined with Deep Fusion processing meant I took photos with better image quality. There were also times when I framed a shot better with the 11 Pro’s telephoto camera than I could with the main camera. For example, when I took a top-down shot of a plate of food with the main camera, I could see the phone’s shadow on the plate. But when I switched to the telephoto camera and moved the phone higher away from the table there was no shadow. There are a couple caveats about the iPhone 11 Pro’s telephoto camera though. When you take Night Mode photos at 2x, the 11 Pro doesn’t use the telephoto camera. Instead, it takes a crop of the main wide-angle camera. Also, the telephoto camera excels in bright conditions, but when taking photos in medium-to-low light, I noticed better image quality when I took the same photo with the main camera and cropped in. All in all, the telephoto lens is useful on the 11 Pro, but I didn’t miss having it when I used the 11. If I needed to zoom in on a photo, a 2x crop of a photo I took with the main camera worked fine. I do recommend looking at the photos you have on your current phone and see how many were taken zoomed in and how many photos would look better had you been able to zoom in a bit. If you have a lot of pictures where you wished you had a dedicated telephoto camera, then you should consider an iPhone 11 Pro. For more on the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro cameras, check out our comparisons below: Winner: The 11 Pro’s telephoto camera is a nice-to-have if you value iPhone photography, but it’s certainly not necessary Take a look at photos from the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max See all photos The iPhone 11 Pro has a gorgeous OLED display The iPhone 11 Pro has a 5.8-inch OLED screen, while the 11 has a 6.1-inch LCD display. When I look at the phones side-by-side, the screen on the 11 Pro looked better, brighter and showed off more details. It is a joy to watch videos and edit photos on. The OLED screen on the 11 Pro supports HDR and has a contrast ratio (the ratio of the brightest and darkest colors on a display) of 2,000,000:1 compared to the 11’s 1,400:1. On paper that means the iPhone 11 Pro is capable of darker black levels and more color saturation. That said, side-by-side, the differences between the two screens are sometimes hard to notice. In and of itself, the colors on the iPhone 11’s LCD are accurate and videos look good. The iPhone 11 Pro Max has a 6.5-inch OLED that has the same pixel density as the iPhone 11 Pro. Winner: The screen on the iPhone 11 is good, but the one on the 11 Pro is even better. Cracked screens and waterproofing We put both the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro through a test where we dropped them from different heights. After dropping them from 3-feet, 6-feet and 8-feet off the ground both phones survived without a single crack to their screens or glass backs. The only blemish was a small scuff to the iPhone 11’s aluminum band and a few damaged pixels on the bottom of the 11 Pro’s screen. As far as water resistance, both of these phones are rated IP68. Apple claims the iPhone 11 can withstand being submerged at a depth of 6.5 feet (2 meters) up to 30 minutes and the 11 Pro can survive at a maximum depth of 13 feet (4 meters) up to 30 minutes. However, in our water tests with an underwater drone, the 11 and 11 Pro both survived being submerged for 30 minutes at 39 feet (11.9 meters). Winner: Tie; both the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro are some of the most durable phones you can buy today, Color, finish and extras After six months of use without a case, the backs of both the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro still didn’t have a single scratch or scuff. The textured matte glass back on the iPhone 11 Pro feels soft, smooth and durable. The phone is easy to grip and never feels like it’s going to slip out of my hand (though again, its smaller size helps with this). I’m happy to say that fingerprint smudges don’t accumulate easily. The iPhone 11, meanwhile, has a glossy glass back, which does feel slippery in my hand and the phone is prone to smudges, too. As far as colors, the iPhone 11 gets things more right than the 11 Pro. You can buy an iPhone 11 in six bright and fun colors. The 11 Pro is less flashy and comes in four rather serious finishes (space gray, silver, gold or midnight green). In a perfect world, I could have the matte glass finish of the 11 Pro and the color options of the 11.  The iPhones have wireless charging and support fast charging, but only the iPhone 11 Pro (and 11 Pro Max) comes with the 18-watt charger that’s required for fast charging. It’s aggravating that the 11 doesn’t come with this charger and that you’ll have to buy it separately if you want it. To make matters worse, Apple charges $29 (£29, AU$49) for the 18-watt fast charger and $19 (£19, AU$29) for the cable, when cheaper compatible alternatives are available. Winner: On colors alone, the iPhone 11 takes this one.  Now playing: Watch this: iPhone 11 and 11 Pro: 2 months later, here’s what we… 10:12 Source CNET.COM CNET.COM Tech TechNews
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How to take burst photos and QuickTake video with iPhone volume buttons

How to take burst photos and QuickTake video with iPhone volume buttons | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Learn how to adjust the iPhone camera to quickly take burst photos and shoot QuickTake video with a press of the volume up or down buttons.
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What cameras does the Samsung Galaxy Note20 have? | Best.Photography

What cameras does the Samsung Galaxy Note20 have? | Best.Photography | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
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Google Pixel 4a vs Pixel 4 camera shootout: Budget vs flagship

Google Pixel 4a vs Pixel 4 camera shootout: Budget vs flagship | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
In this Google Pixel 4a vs Pixel 4 camera shootout, we're testing to see which comes out on top. Can the mid-ranger keep up with the flagship?
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Which Is the Best Way to Backup Photos on Your Phone? –

Which Is the Best Way to Backup Photos on Your Phone? – | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
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Vivo X50 Pro: A Camera Disguised as a Smartphone

Vivo X50 Pro: A Camera Disguised as a Smartphone | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
The Vivo X50 Pro comes with a gimbal camera mechanism to let you click blur-free photos and smooth, stable videos, but does it succeed?
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7 Of The Best Places In Europe For Travel Photography –

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These are some of the best spots in Europe for travel photography. From cities to scenery, there's a shot for everyone here.
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The 11 Best Smartphone Tripods For Vloggers 2020/2021

The 11 Best Smartphone Tripods For Vloggers 2020/2021 | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
No matter what type of content you make, not having one of the best smartphone tripods would sometimes mare your chances of shooting certain...
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Supplier of iPhone 12 camera lenses says they're fine. Nothing to see here. | Best.Photography

Supplier of iPhone 12 camera lenses says they're fine. Nothing to see here. | Best.Photography | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
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Gram Worth : How to create a brand on Instagram

Gram Worth : How to create a brand on Instagram | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
How to create a brand for yourself on Instagram is a simple 5 step strategy and if followed to the T can get you great results. Click to know more.
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How to Manage Shortcuts on Your iPhone and iPad –

How to Manage Shortcuts on Your iPhone and iPad – | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Shortcuts app on an iOS device enables you to set your actions automatically to quickly perform them when needed. If you’re like a lot of other people that have created shortcuts, you must know about managing the same without hunting them from the list.
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How to get great Night mode photos on your iPhone 11: iPhone Photography Tips & Tricks

How to get great Night mode photos on your iPhone 11: iPhone Photography Tips & Tricks | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
The Night mode feature on the iPhone 11 series of devices is quite impressive, and can make your low-light photos appear as if it was taken during the day. Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of Night mode!
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We asked, you told us: The Pixel 4a camera trounces the iPhone SE

There was little doubt the Google Pixel 4a would square off against the iPhone SE in an epic camera battle: both are sub-$400 phones from companies renowned for their photographic prowess.But how did that Pixel vs iPhone camera shootout… well, turn out?
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NeuralCam Live uses ML to turn iPhones into 'smart' computer webcams

NeuralCam Live uses ML to turn iPhones into 'smart' computer webcams | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
After bringing Google Night Sight-like functionality to iOS, NeuralCam now has an app that lets Macs stream live, deep learning-filtered video from iPhones.
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10 tips for better commercial food photography | Best.Photography

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NeuralCam Live is a great AI-powered app for turning your iPhone into a webcam – Ranzware Tech NEWS

NeuralCam Live is a great AI-powered app for turning your iPhone into a webcam – Ranzware Tech NEWS | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
How many video calls are too many video calls? Well, during this pandemic there’s seems to be no limit. And your laptop’s webcam might not the ideal camera to use for these calls because of its quality. Some manufacturers such as Fujifilm and Olympus let you turn the camera into a webcam. But I don’t expect everyone to have one lying around. Besides, billions of people over the world has an iPhone. So, it’s easier to turn that into a webcam. Luckily, NeuralCam’s new app, NeuralCam Live, lets you do that and more. The company has previously released apps for iPhone for low-light photography even if your iPhone doesn’t support it. Its new app is to facilitate high-quality video during those conference calls. Setup and features The setup is simple: install the app, and then install the Mac driver for virtual webcams (instructions in the app). Then connect your phone to your Mac using a USB cable, and join the meeting through the platform of your choice. I have used the app for a couple of days, and I really like some of the features. The virtual background feature in Zoom, is often a hit or miss on my old MacBook Air. While using NeuralCam Live, I can use its head bubble feature to form a ring around my head and track its movement. It also blurs most of the background. If I’m talking to the folks in the US, I have to schedule calls in my evening or night time in India. And during those calls, lighting is not ideal for webcams in my room. NeuralCam Live has this low-light mode that illuminates the face using machine learning. Plus, there’s circle light option to brighten up the things more. What’s more, the app has a gesture guard to automatically detect nudity or face-touching gestures such as nose-picking or sneezing and will automatically blur the video to save the embarrassment. Sadly, you can’t use this app through Safari as the browser doesn’t allow virtual webcams. You can’t use this if you have a Windows machine either, but the team said that it’s working on a client for the platform. Plus, the developers are also working on an iOS SDK to let other apps integrate some of NeuralCam’s smart into their apps. You can download the app from here. For more gear, gadget, and hardware news and reviews, follow Plugged on Twitter and Flipboard. Published August 12, 2020 — 08:59 UTC Source TheNextWeb.Com Neural Plugged Tech TechNews TheNextWeb.Com
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6 Amazing Apps To Make Your Photos Look Great

6 Amazing Apps To Make Your Photos Look Great | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Wondering how to make your photos look awesome. Look no further, check out our list of 6 amazing apps to make your photos look great.
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The best cloud storage services

The best cloud storage services | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
The best cloud storage service right now is IDrive. Here we take a closer look at the service, plus the other cloud storage solutions worth looking into.
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