Upgrade Your iPhone Photography With The iPhone 6s

Are you wondering whether to upgrade to the new iPhone 6s? I’ve recently upgraded and it’s made quite an impression on me, particularly with regards to photography. In this article you’ll discover what the new iPhone 6s has to offer, including an improved 12-megapixel camera, 3D Touch and Live Photos. So if you’re not sure whether to upgrade, read on to see how the new features of the iPhone 6s will improve your iPhone photography experience. [Read More]

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Why Your iPhone Photos Are Upside Down & How To Fix That

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. [Read More]

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7 Essential iPhone Photography Accessories

While the iPhone allows you to take amazing photos with a simple tap of the screen, there are a whole range of accessories available to enhance your shooting experience. As you become more serious about your iPhone photography, you may want to add a few of these tools to your collection. In this article, you’ll discover the most essential iPhone camera accessories you’ll need to take your photography to the next level. [Read More]

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How To Use The New iOS 8 Manual Camera Controls

In addition to improvements in the native Camera and Photos apps, iOS 8 brings a host of new capabilities that can be used by third-party camera apps to put more power into the hands of the iPhone photographer. In this article, Michal Szklanowski examines these new manual camera controls and shows you how to use them to take better photos with your iPhone. [Read More]

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Using JPEG and TIFF File Formats in iPhone Photography

When you take a photo with your iPhone, the last thing that you probably think about is the format (file type) of the image you are capturing. Generally speaking, that is a good thing as you should be focused more on composition, lighting, etc. However, if you are starting to think of yourself as a serious mobile photographer, it is worth taking a few moments to consider the file format that you are using to store your photos. [Read More]

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5 Weird Ways To Release The iPhone’s Shutter

If you’re like most people, you don’t really think about how you release the shutter of your iPhone’s camera. After all, it’s so easy to take a photo with the iPhone, so why would you want to make it more complicated? There is one very good reason, and that is to avoid camera shake. In this article you’ll discover five unconventional ways to release the shutter of your iPhone’s camera to ensure your iPhone photos are always sharp. [Read More]

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