What’s the best camera app for iPhone? Is the native iPhone camera app good enough? Or do you need more powerful manual camera controls like shutter speed and ISO? In this comparison, you’ll discover the features of the 4 best camera apps for iPhone. Read on to find the best iPhone camera app for you.
The iPhone 7 Plus Portrait mode is the perfect tool for creating amazing looking portrait photos (and more!) with your iPhone. Portrait mode allows you to easily create a shallow depth of field in your photos. This results in a beautifully blurry background that can usually only be achieved with a DSLR camera. In this tutorial you’ll discover how to use the iPhone 7 Plus Portrait mode to create professional looking iPhone photos with wonderful background blur.
The iPhone 7 Plus camera is a real game-changer in the world of mobile photography. The additional built-in telephoto lens means that you can now take high quality “zoomed in” photos with the iPhone. And the new Portrait camera mode has an incredible Depth Effect which allows you to mimic the shallow depth of field that you could previously only achieve with a DSLR camera. In this tutorial you’ll discover more about these new iPhone 7 Plus camera features, and how to use them to take your creativity to the next level.
Enlight is a powerful iPhone photo editor app for enhancing and manipulating your images. From basic exposure adjustments to creative masterpieces, Enlight combines a huge range of editing tools into a single app. In this tutorial you’ll discover how to use Enlight to really push the limits of your iPhone photo editing. You can even follow along with your own iPhone photos in our step-by-step video demonstrations.
Improving your iPhone photo composition is the single best way to make yourself a better photographer. Composition is even more important than the subject that you shoot – with good composition you can make an ordinary or ugly subject appear interesting and beautiful. In this tutorial you’ll discover ten composition techniques that will dramatically improve your iPhone photos, making you a better and more confident photographer.
Having your iPhone with you at all times means you can shoot anything you like. Sometimes that freedom is liberating, but the endless choice of subjects can also be overwhelming, leaving you without any clear focus or creative direction. A great way to break free from all of this choice is to intentionally photograph a series of the same subject or scene. By forcing yourself to photograph the same thing again and again, you can actually make yourself more creative. In this tutorial you’ll discover eight different ways to shoot an interesting photo series that will make you more creative than you ever thought possible.
When you compose your iPhone photos, do you always try to get a clear shot of the subject, without anything getting in the way? If so, you might want to try doing just the opposite. Shooting through other objects to distort, frame and transform your subject can make for much more interesting photos. In this tutorial you’ll discover ten exciting ways to take more creative iPhone photos by shooting through a variety of objects.
What could we iPhone photographers possibly learn from someone who started taking photos almost 100 years ago? Quite a lot as it turns out! Ansel Adams was one of the most important photographers of the 20th century. Best known for his iconic black and white landscape photos of the American West, he helped change the way people think about photography, turning it into an art form. In this article you’ll discover just how much you can learn from this great master of photography, no matter what type of camera you use or what kind of pictures you enjoy creating.
Do you dream of taking stunning architecture shots with your iPhone, only to end up with an uninspiring photo of a boring-looking building? If you struggle to convey the scale and beauty of buildings and architecture, you’re probably not using the right shooting techniques. Buildings have many features that help with good composition, like symmetry, repetitive patterns and leading lines, and in this tutorial you’ll discover how to use these elements to start taking incredible photos of architecture with your iPhone.
Creating perfect symmetry in your iPhone photos is immensely satisfying, but shooting a perfectly symmetrical photo is much harder than it looks. It’s easy to get the photo 90% right, but that last 10% is what transforms a good symmetrical photo into a great one. In this tutorial you’ll discover eight highly useful shooting and editing techniques that will help you create perfectly symmetrical iPhone photos, every time!