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 »
I’m really excited to share this interview with Kevin Kuster, a passionate iPhoneographer whom I had the pleasure of meeting this year at MacWorld. Kevin used to be the senior photo editor at PlayBoy magazine, and he now runs the #JJ community on Instagram, which is probably the most popular photo challenge in the world. In this interview you’re going to find out more about Kevin and how his passion for photography has been reignited by the iPhone.
The recent years have seen an explosion of excellent iPhoneography websites, courses and online communities. These resources, together with their readers, have contributed enormously to the development of this emerging photography genre. Updated for 2014, this page lists the world’s leading mobile phone photography resources that provide value to iPhoneographers.
Thank you all for participating in this weekly iPhoneography contest. This week the contest theme was storytelling, and any photos that can create stories in the mind of the viewer could be submitted. While this was a challenging theme and there were slightly less submissions than on other weeks, the winning photos this week are just incredible.
Thank you for participating in this weekly iPhone photography contest. This week the contest theme was empty space, and any photos where empty space takes up a large section of the photo could be submitted. With over 350 excellent submissions, it wasn’t easy to select the winners, but here are my personal favorites this week.
If you’re looking for a photo sharing network where photography is still valued higher than teen pop stars, you should definitely check out EyeEm, which I think is the best social network for sharing your iPhone photos. Today I’m really excited to learn more about Florian Meissner, the founder of EyeEm, and his vision for the future of this photo sharing network.