HDR is a fantastic iPhone camera feature for improving the exposure of your photos. It allows you to easily create more balanced exposures in high contrast scenes such as landscapes. With HDR you can capture more color and detail in both the dark foreground and the brighter sky. In this tutorial you’ll discover how to get the most out of HDR iPhone photography so that you can create stunning images even in the trickiest of lighting conditions.
Some people work for years to master iPhone photography shooting and editing techniques. But with a few simple tricks you can start taking much better photos today! In this tutorial you’ll discover ten quick and easy iPhone photography tips that will significantly improve your iPhone photos.
Are you making full use of your iPhone camera when you take photos? While the camera app is easy to use, some iPhone camera settings are so well hidden that you may not know how to use them. In this tutorial, you’ll discover 10 iPhone camera features that will radically improve your photos – and give you much more control over your iPhone camera.
Are you frustrated that you don’t have many Instagram followers? If you want to get Instagram famous, you need to focus on ways to get your photos noticed. When I first signed up to Instagram, I really struggled to get my first 30 followers. Even my best photos were getting only a few likes, and I wasn’t getting any feedback on my photos. That’s when I decided it was time to get popular on Instagram… and now I have almost 100,000 followers. In this tutorial you’ll discover how to become Instagram famous in three easy steps.
How many times have you taken what could be a great iPhone photo, only to find out that it’s blurry? While that happens to all of us, there are only three situations in which your photos can be blurry. In this article you’re going to discover why some of your iPhone photos end up blurry and what you should do to never take a blurry iPhone photo again.
If you’re a Windows user, you’ve probably noticed that some of your iPhone photos and videos are upside down when you save them to your computer. Even if you never leave the Apple ecosystem, your photos will usually be upside down when you email them to friends who have the Windows operating system. In this article you’ll discover why your iPhone photos can appear upside down and how to fix this problem.
Long exposure photography is one of the most interesting iPhone photography techniques that allows you to create unique photos where moving subjects are blurred out to create a beautiful dreamy look. While long exposure photography was traditionally limited to SLR cameras, in this article you’re going to find out how to take great long exposure photos with your iPhone.
You may have noticed some exciting changes at iPhone Photography School recently. That’s because IPS has been joined by Kate Wesson, who is the new editor of the IPS blog. In this post you’re going to find out more about Kate and what you can expect from her work at IPS.
I recently returned from a trip around Iceland, where I had the pleasure of seeing some of the most extraordinary landscapes in the world. Even though I’d done a lot of iPhone landscape photography before, the great outdoors of Iceland made it possible to apply some extremely powerful iPhone photography principles that I’m going to share with you in this post.
While people often think that finding the best photo apps will help them create better photos, the way you think about your photography has a far more profound impact on the quality of your work. That’s why I created this video tutorial where I reveal the mindset secrets of great iPhone photographers that will forever change the way you think about your photos.
This video is one of the 50+ lectures in iPhone Photo Academy, which is an in-depth online training program that has helped hundreds of people take better photos with their iPhone than most people can take with a DSLR. You can learn more about the program in this free video training. Read More »