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Street Photography – walking in shadows featured

Street Photography – walking in shadows featured | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
I was honoured when Geri at Art of Mob asked to feature one of my candid street images and the story behind it in the new Mob Street Photographer feature on her site.
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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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Just a Walk in the Park (Podcast 722) ·

Just a Walk in the Park (Podcast 722) · | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
This week I share 12 casual photographs from a walk in the park and a brief outline of some new features just released in Photographer's Friend v3.5!
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This is Tim: Apple’s Q4 2020 call with analysts, transcribed –

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Six Colors by Jason Snell and Dan Moren...
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‎iPhone 12 Pro Max Digital Photography on

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‎Discover how to take amazing photos using your new iPhone! This newly updated eBook offers a comprehensive, easy-to-understand introduction to digital photography using the Apple iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max smartphones.
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Sandmarc Prolight Review: Up your mobile photo and video quality

Sandmarc Prolight Review: Up your mobile photo and video quality | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Small, portable and bright, the Sandmarc Prolight RGB and Bi-Color LED lights are a great way to up your mobile and studio photo or video quality.
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Apple iPhone 12 Pro review: Apple's first 5G smartphone

Apple iPhone 12 Pro review: Apple's first 5G smartphone | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
GearBrain tests the new iPhone 12 Pro, Apple's first 5G smartphone with an upgraded camera, new processor and new MagSafe technology.
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Popular photo printing app Motif gets a huge update for iPhone | Best.Photography

Popular photo printing app Motif gets a huge update for iPhone | Best.Photography | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
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Apple could introduce 1TB iPhone storage option

Apple could introduce 1TB iPhone storage option | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Apple could reportedly almost double the storage of its current top-of-the-range iPhone -- by introducing the first 1TB iPhone.
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Hands-on: iPhone 12 top features [Video]

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A hands-on look at the iPhone 12 top features and changes. A new design, MagSafe, Super Retina XDR display, and A14 Bionic make for a compelling upgrade.
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SandMarc Motion Filter Variable Neutral Density Filter for iPhone review – The Gadgeteer

SandMarc Motion Filter Variable Neutral Density Filter for iPhone review – The Gadgeteer | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
REVIEW – Photography, as we’ve stated before, has a lot to do with light, and today’s gadgets let you create, filter, and otherwise adjust the light getting into your phone’s camera in myriad ways. Recently, I was sent the Motion Filter, a variable Neutral Density filter for iPhone from SandMarc, a company that makes quite a few camera-oriented gadgets that have graced this site. Let’s jump into the review, and see how this small-but-powerful piece of kit might be the next thing you add to your photography arsenal. What is it? The SandMarc Neutral Density (ND) filter consists of two pieces: the actual filter, which can attach to their line of add-on lenses for phones, and a clip-on attachment which allows you to use the filter with the basic device lens. The filter itself is a set of two polarized discs that work together to limit the amount of light getting through to the camera sensor. The four settings are ND8, ND16, ND32 and ND64. What’s in the box? Four-stage neutral density filter Hard-shell storage box Clip-on attachment for filter Microfibre drawstring storage/travel bag Design and features A Neutral Density filter is used to allow the photographer to shoot in bright lighting without changing the colors of the subject. It’s the visual equivalent of putting cotton in your eras at a concert – it filters out all frequencies equally, to avoid overwhelming the sensor. It’s difficult with the iPhone to show specific ways that the filter helps, because the computational photography being done in the Camera app makes many adjustments without it. I have tried to take some shots looking into the sun through trees and around other objects to give you a bit of perspective below, but there’s nothing that really grabs you and says, “This will make me a fantastically better photographer!” You’ll have to see it in the field when you have those situations arise. This was shot directly into the sun, through a tree, using the iPhone’s native Camera app. Note the high shutter speed, which failed to get the details in the circled area. This was shot from the same position with the Sandmarc ND on its “highest” filter setting. The circled details are better, but note some brown-ish elements in the clouds. With the least filtration, we’re still not getting as much detail as I’d like, but it’s a tad better than the no filter shot. I would have probably used something around ND16-32, but I was standing in the middle of a parking lot when I saw this perfect sample image, and was a bit of a traffic hazard. With the clip-on capability, I could take a shot at the minimum and the max, then remove the clip and take a straight, no filter shot, in less than 30 seconds, with grocery bags over my shoulder. That’s flexibility! Sandmarc’s implementation of this filter is a set of polarized discs 60mm (2.36″) in diameter. One polarized disc remains stationary while the other rotates within a 90º range, which is silk-screened on the outside ring of the disc. On the back, there is a 39mm (1.5″) opening in the back that has a threaded raised ring around it. This screws into the included clip which then clips over the camera lens for most new multi-camera iPhones and iPads. It also is threaded perfectly to fit onto some of SandMarc’s lenses for smartphones, which adds a whole new level of capability for these investments. What I like Clip-on mount allows filter to be used with any of the camera lenses on the phone Carry bag makes it very easy to have at hand Easy to mount, adjust, and unmount What I’d change I do wish I could add a clear UV filter over the lens just to protect it, like I do with all my dSLR lenses. Final thoughts All of us in the US who viewed the eclipse a few years ago should be familiar with the idea of a Neutral Density filter. It’s the little glasses that you put over your eyes to block out the extreme and invisible radiation generated by the eclipse. You could see the sun being occluded by the moon, but it didn’t change the color spectrum, it just limited it to what your eyes could process without injury. Frequently, when we’re trying to take pictures in situations where the light is intensified (sunny conditions over water or other reflective surfaces like beach, desert landscapes, and the like) our photos come out over-exposed, or the subject is barely captured. A Neutral Density filter can limit that light to a manageable level, so that your camera’s normal controls will handle it. You won’t use one all the time, but the beauty of Sandmarc’s ND filter set-up is that you can clip it on, and adjust it for the setting you’re in. You can look through the filtered view, add more or less light by spinning the outer disc, and your iPhone will re-adjust the settings to deal with the new data. If you’re getting into video and photography with your phone, this is a really nice specialty tool to have around. I’ve had several other less expensive models before, and the Sandmarc model is well worth the difference in price, both for build quality and for photographic results. Price: $99.99 Where to buy: Company Webstore Source: The sample of this product was provided by Sandmarc. SHARE ON Support The Gadgeteer: The Gadgeteer’s main sources of revenue are advertising and affiliate links in articles like this one. Even though we may receive compensation, we always give our honest opinions about our experiences with each product.
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iPhone 12 vs Ricoh GR III for Street Photography - Which One Should You Pick?

iPhone 12 vs Ricoh GR III for Street Photography - Which One Should You Pick? | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
iPhone 12 vs Ricoh GR III for Street Photography - Which One Should You Pick?
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iPhone 12 Pro Review - PhoneArena

iPhone 12 Pro Review - PhoneArena | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Truly great products always push the envelope, but also acknowledge the traditions that made them great in the first place. The iPhone 12 Pro is one such product that attempts to bridge the past and the future – in a way, it is a retrofuturist endeavor that is unapologetically a throwback to the...
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How to Disable Lens Correction for the Ultra-Wide Camera on the iPhone 12, 12 Mini, 12 Pro & 12 Pro Max « iOS & iPhone

How to Disable Lens Correction for the Ultra-Wide Camera on the iPhone 12, 12 Mini, 12 Pro & 12 Pro Max « iOS & iPhone | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
The new iPhone 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max are equipped with some great cameras, but not perfect cameras. The ultra-wide lens is known to cause distortion at the edges of the frame, so people and objects look slightly warped.
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5 Best Premium Smartphones Launched in October 2020 –

5 Best Premium Smartphones Launched in October 2020 – | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
October is the official 'techtober' month as it saw many flagship smartphone launches this year.The main reason for this long-launch week was the biggest sale...
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New Apple ad shows all the crazy ways to use iPhone 12 in Hollywood movies - DIY Photography

New Apple ad shows all the crazy ways to use iPhone 12 in Hollywood movies - DIY Photography | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
best macro photographer 2020 best award wining photographer in India 2020 . best award wining photographer in world - Krishna Anubhav .Kavy...
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Snobbery Towards Mobile Phone Photography Is Just Gatekeeping the Industry

Snobbery Towards Mobile Phone Photography Is Just Gatekeeping the Industry | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
One of photography's most weathered tropes is "the best camera is the one you have with you," and yet, online courses, tutorials, and articles on mobile phone photography are met with a barrage of abuse.
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Protect your iPhone 11 Pro with these great thin cases | Best.Photography

Protect your iPhone 11 Pro with these great thin cases | Best.Photography | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Protect your iPhone 11 Pro with these great thin cases | Best.Photography...
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How to do Product Photography on a BUDGET in 2020

How to do Product Photography on a BUDGET in 2020 | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Looking to improve your product photography? Whether for social media or e-commerce, learn how to take killer product shots – on a budget!
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8 Best iOS Photo Editing Apps to Look for in 2020

8 Best iOS Photo Editing Apps to Look for in 2020 | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Gone are the days when professional photographers have to mandatory purchase expensive mirrorless cameras or DSLR. With technology progress, the mobile phones are replacing the professional camera with high-end in-built cameras that can shoot up to 64 MP image.
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Apple iPhone 12 Pro: Well worth the wait

Apple iPhone 12 Pro: Well worth the wait | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
Apple’s best smartphone yet has serious camera innovations, great looks and specs...
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Break free of the Photos app’s zoom limits with Max Photo Zoom

Break free of the Photos app’s zoom limits with Max Photo Zoom | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
You can now zoom closer to your photographs than ever before with a new tweak that breaks past the native zoom limits in Apple’s Photos app.
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How to master the camera app on iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro

How to master the camera app on iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
The Camera app on iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro has been updated to take advantage of Apple's newest features such as night mode portraits and Dolby Vision HDR recording. Here's how to best take advantage of what the Camera app has to offer.
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Apple may have underestimated popularity of iPhone 12 Pro

Apple may have underestimated popularity of iPhone 12 Pro | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
It appears that Apple may have underestimated the popularity of the new iPhone 12 Pro. It's now ramping up orders to reflect that.
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iPhone 12 Pro First Impressions –

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Though the iPhone 12 Pro is the most premium iPhone I've ever held, it's also clear this iPhone is meant to be used. It's been a fun weekend watching my wife discover new ways to use her iPhone.
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The best apps to take advantage of the LiDAR of the iPhone 12 Pro –

The best apps to take advantage of the LiDAR of the iPhone 12 Pro – | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
The iPhone 12 Pro includes a new sensor in its rear camera module. It is a LiDAR, Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging, a sensor capable...
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iPhone 12 Pro review: The iPhone that’s future proof

iPhone 12 Pro review: The iPhone that’s future proof | iPhoneography-Today | Scoop.it
This year’s high-end iPhone is full of potential that has yet to be fully realized.
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