Karyn Teno
I’m a wife and the mother of four children. I was born and raised in Colorado, met my husband in Florida where we both worked as musicians at Disney World, and now reside in East Tennessee where I homeschool my four children and play guitar in our family bluegrass band. I enjoy taking photos of my family and the beautiful area where we live. The challenge of using an iPhone for photography is exciting to me, and I love the fact that a special moment can be captured with a small device that’s always with me.

10 Easy Ways To Capture More Dramatic Light In Your iPhone Photos

Creating a sense of drama in your iPhone photos is a great way to catch and hold the viewer’s attention. Drama adds an air of moodiness and mystery to your image, evoking strong emotions in the viewer. One of the easiest ways to create more dramatic and eye-catching photos is to make the most of certain kinds of light. In this tutorial you’ll discover ten easy ways to use light to create a powerful sense of drama in your iPhone photos, including capturing silhouettes, shadows, lens flare, reflections and golden hour.

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10 Secrets To Taking Stunning iPhone Photos Of Water

Water is one of the most amazing subjects for iPhone photography. Its properties make it the perfect medium for unique and creative shots. From tiny droplets to vast rivers, lakes and oceans, water provides you with endless photographic opportunities. In this tutorial, you’ll discover ten secrets to creating stunning photos of water with your iPhone.

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How To Tell Powerful Stories With Cinematic iPhone Photography

Creating a photo that looks like a still frame from a movie is a great way of telling a powerful story through your iPhone photography. A movie can sweep you into another place and time, evoking strong emotions that connect you with the characters. And with a bit of vision you can create a single photo that does the very same thing. In this tutorial you’ll discover how to take beautiful cinematic-style iPhone photos that tell dramatic and powerful stories.

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How To Find Amazing Backgrounds For Your iPhone Portrait Photos

Do your iPhone portrait photos end up as a cluttered mess rather than a beautiful masterpiece? If so, it’s likely you’re not paying attention to what’s behind your subject. In portrait photography, the background is just as important as the person you’re photographing. The perfect backdrop should add subtle interest to the scene and create just the right mood, without taking attention away from the subject. In this tutorial you’ll discover 11 tips for finding amazing backdrops that will instantly improve your iPhone portrait photos.

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9 Tips For Taking Spectacular Reflection iPhone Photos

If you want to add a new dimension to your iPhone photography, capturing reflections is an excellent place to start. Not only is it great fun hunting out interesting reflections, but the results will be incredibly beautiful if you get it right. In this tutorial you’ll discover nine essential techniques for finding and shooting amazing reflections with your iPhone, as well as creating your own unique reflection images using apps.

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9 Ways To Evoke Emotion & Feeling In Your iPhone Photos

One of the most powerful, yet difficult, elements to master in photography is capturing emotion and feeling. A really great image is one that conveys a mood and pulls the viewer into the scene. If a photo tells a story and tugs at the heartstrings, it’s successful. In this tutorial you’ll discover how to use light, location, weather, colorsmovement, subject matter and composition to create extraordinary iPhone photos that connect with the viewer, evoking emotion and feeling that help tell the story you want to convey.

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How To Use Color More Effectively In Your iPhone Photos

Color is one of the most important aspects to consider in photography. Of course, you need to be able to capture colors accurately with your iPhone, but there’s so much more to color than that! The colors in your photo affect the overall mood of the image and greatly influence the viewer’s emotions. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use color more effectively to help you create expressive and dynamic iPhone photos that really capture the viewer’s imagination.

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How To Take Great iPhone Photos Of Moving Subjects

Using your iPhone to take photos of moving subjects is great fun, but it can also be difficult to get good shots. Whenever you’re shooting a scene containing motion, it’s important to capture a sense of that movement in order to tell your story. However, moving subjects can be unpredictable, and the shutter speed of your camera determines whether that movement is frozen or blurred. In this tutorial you’ll discover eight useful tips and techniques for taking amazing iPhone photos of moving subjects.

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11 Tips For Taking Beautiful iPhone Photos Of Nature

Whether you’re photographing beautiful landscapes, trees, water, animals, plants or flowers, nature photography can be incredibly rewarding. But you don’t have to live in an area of outstanding natural beauty to take stunning wildlife photos. Nature is all around us. Whether you’re exploring the countryside, wandering through a city, or even just out in your garden, you can always find amazing natural subjects to photograph. In this tutorial, you’ll discover eleven inspiring tips for taking amazing nature photos with your iPhone.

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10 Tips For Taking The Best iPhone Photos In Different Types Of Light

Light is one of the most important elements to consider when taking photos. A really great shot could be ruined if the lighting isn’t good. Taking pictures with your iPhone in different kinds of light is all about training your eye to recognize how the available light will affect the scene. In this tutorial you’ll discover the different kinds of light that are available throughout the day and evening, and how best to use that light in your indoor and outdoor iPhone photography.

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