iPhone Photography Tips From 9 Great iPhoneographers

I wanted to compile iPhone photography tips from some of the best iPhoneographers in the world. As you can probably imagine, this task was not easy since great iPhoneographers are scattered all over the web, and not all are easily accessible. I tried my best to approach many renowned iPhone photographers and asked them to share their best iPhoneography tip. In this post you’ll find tips from those top iPhoneographers who responded to my request. [Read More]

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How to Improve Battery Life for iPhone Photography

One of the biggest challenges facing an iPhone photographer is battery life. On an eventful day you may be tempted to take 500, 700 or even a thousand photos… if your battery would last long enough, that is. On an average day you can expect your battery to be dead after just about 300 shots, especially if you also use your smartphone for other functions. [Read More]

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Rule-Of-Thirds: How To Improve Your iPhone Photos

The rule-of-thirds is a fundamental composition principle that most photographers are familiar with. But like many simple things, it is often overlooked or misinterpreted. In this article you’re going to learn how to correctly apply the rule of thirds to your iPhone photos, and how to create well-balanced compositions that just look and feel right to the human eye. [Read More]

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How To Keep Your iPhone Steady to Avoid Camera Shake

The iPhone has to use slower shutter speeds than most digital cameras due to its small sensor size. This is not really an issue in bright sunlight, but in medium and low light it becomes absolutely essential that you keep your iPhone steady, or your photos will end up being blurry. In this article you will find out how to always keep your iPhone camera steady… and your photos sharp. [Read More]

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