How To Convey Size & Scale In Your iPhone Photos

Conveying size and scale in your iPhone photos can be challenging. The key is to create a relationship between the elements in the scene. This gives the viewer a much better idea of the size of the objects in your image. In this tutorial you’ll discover eight easy ways to create a sense of size and scale, allowing you to shoot more compelling and engaging iPhone photos. [Read More]

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30 Amazing iPhone Photos Taken From Interesting Perspectives

Thank you for submitting such fantastic images in our weekly iPhone photography contest. This week’s theme was “Perspective” and any iPhone photos taken from an interesting or unusual perspective could be submitted. We had over 500 entries that captured scenes from many different perspectives, such as high and low angles, through other objects, and where the subject is captured as a reflection or shadow. With so many amazing photos it was very difficult to select just 30 winners, but here are my favorite iPhone photos from this week’s contest. [Read More]

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9 Perspective Tips For Creating High Impact iPhone Photos

Are you looking for a simple way to create a powerful impact with your iPhone photos? Changing the angle and perspective that you shoot from is one of the easiest ways to get your pictures noticed. Rather than shooting straight ahead from standing height, the best photographers explore other angles and vantage points. In this tutorial, you’ll discover nine highly effective techniques that will help you capture more interesting, unique and impactful perspectives with your iPhone. [Read More]

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How To Use SKRWT App To Fix Perspective Problems In Your iPhone Photos

Have you ever tried photographing a straight facade of a tall building, but ended up with a photo where the vertical lines converge towards the top of the photo? Or maybe you’ve tried photographing a perfect symmetrical pattern, but it ended up slightly tilted. Photographing these kind of subjects can often be tricky as the perspective means that the lines won’t end up perfectly straight. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to quickly and easily correct perspective and lens distortion problems in your iPhone photos using the popular SKRWT app. [Read More]

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