Thank you for participating in our weekly iPhone photography contest. The contest theme this week was exposure, and any photos that demonstrated good exposure could be submitted. We had a wide range of excellent examples this week, from balanced exposures, to silhouettes, to high contrast black and white images. Here are my personal favorites this week.
Leaves make really interesting and beautiful subjects, and I photograph them a lot! I’m fascinated by their many shapes, colors, patterns and textures, and the fact that they change so much throughout the year. In this tutorial I’m going to share my top 10 tips for creating stunning leaf pictures with your iPhone.
This week, Instagram launched its new Hyperlapse app. This is a fantastic time lapse app for shooting high quality time lapse videos on your iPhone – even while you’re on the move. The app has proved immensely popular, with tens of thousands of time lapse videos posted on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter within the first few days. Here I take a look at what all the hype is about.
I’m really excited to share this interview with Kamau Z. Akabueze, a talented iPhone photographer with a passion for creating striking black and white photos. In this interview you’re going to find out more about how Kamau creates his wonderful images with the iPhone.
Thank you all for participating in our weekly iPhone photography contest. This week the contest theme was home, and any photos that were taken within the home could be submitted. I really loved the submissions this week. The standard of photography was fantastic, with so many creative images taken of everyday objects around the home. Well done everyone! Here are my personal favorites this week.
How can knowledge of color make you a better iPhone photographer? There are so many ways! In this article, award-winning artist and photographer, Pamela H. Viola, provides a fascinating introduction to the world of color and its importance in photography.
Thank you all for participating in our weekly iPhone photography contest. This week the contest theme was composition, and any photos that used good composition techniques to create a visually appealing image could be submitted. With 322 submissions it wasn’t easy to pick the winners, but here are my favorites this week.
How often do you take iPhone photos around your home? Sometimes we’re so preoccupied with seeking out new photography locations and subjects that we miss what’s right in front of us. In this article, you’ll discover 14 creative tips for shooting some really imaginative iPhone photos… without even stepping out of your front door.