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This website was created to help you apply timeless principles of great photography using the only camera that you have with your at all times. With over 500,000 unique monthly visitors and in-depth tutorials created by some of the most admired photographers on Instagram, iPhone Photography School is the best place to master the emerging art of iPhone photography. Our free tutorials will help you take photos that are so great that you’ll be surprised not that they were taken with the iPhone… But that it was YOU who took these photos.
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I’m a self-taught iPhone photographer, photography teacher and the founder of iPhone Photography School. Despite having no formal training or arts background, my passion for taking photos allowed me to quickly improve as a photographer and turn this website into the world’s leading iPhone photography publication. I’m the author of best-selling iPhone Photo Academy and iPhone Editing Academy online courses, and spend much of my time running the business aspects of IPS and looking for ways to serve the audience better. Instagram @iphoneps
As Blog Editor, I work with an amazing team of talented iPhone photographers to publish tutorials and articles on a wide range of mobile photography topics. Our aim is to help you fulfill your artistic potential and inspire you to start creating incredible images with your iPhone. When I’m not writing about iPhone photography, you’ll find me teaching digital photography and image editing workshops for my local college. In my spare time I love to get away in my campervan to explore new and beautiful landscapes – which of course make wonderful locations for my iPhone photography! Instagram @katewesson
Ugis Balmaks Here at iPhone Photography School I run everything to do with execution, especially in development. On top of that I help Emil with crafting the company strategy, maintaining an excellent company culture and hiring the right people. Outside of work, I really enjoy playing and watching basketball (go Thunder!), walking my dog, sending Snapchats to my friends, as well as learning iPhone photography. Find me on Instagram @ballin2themax
Je-ann Otico I work in Customer Support and I'm here to respond to any questions you may have or if you just want to chat about iPhone photography. I like to think that running around after my two little kids can compensate for my lack of an active lifestyle. No worries, I'll get there soon! I love watching television series and I'm easily amused by Lifehacks and DIYs.
Emils Kraucis I’m a Web Developer at iPhone Photography School. My main role is to make sure that our users feel good and welcomed in our web platforms. Some part of me always stays with music and art while the other side of me is interested in more technical things. Working here as front-end developer, I can connect both of these worlds. My other passion is singing.
Janis Purins I’m a tech-savvy guy and code magician. The one that’s always there to say “We can create anything.” I’m always eager to know tech trends and improve productivity. Besides development I love ice hockey, classical guitar and longboards. I’m a creative goal-oriented problem-solver. I also like two-part words.
Marcis Nimants Being a web developer at iPhone Photography School completely diminishes the feeling of having long and unexciting 9-5 working days. I'm always willing to accept new challenges that scare me. It’s somewhat connected to my other passion - travelling. Apart from that I love hiking and camping with my friends, attending tech meetups and building small sumo robots with my study colleagues.
Kirils Fostr I'm a Designer at iPhone Photography School. I'm responsible for every pixel. I’m always eager to learn new things and try them out. I love to read books about psychology and marketing, and I have a passion for taking photos that inspire people to create. Find me on Instagram @kirils.fostr