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.
Composition is the key to getting your iPhone photos noticed. Anyone can point a camera and take a photo, but it takes a more skilled photographer to compose a shot that’s visually appealing and holds the viewer’s attention. In this tutorial you’ll discover 10 of the most important composition guidelines to help make your iPhone photos stand out.
Have you ever wanted to dip your toes into underwater photography, but been too afraid of drowning your iPhone? In this article, the talented iPhone photographer Erika C. Brothers provides a fascinating insight into this exciting genre of photography, along with tips on the best equipment and lighting to use.
The beach presents you with an exciting array of photographic opportunities, but it can also be a challenging location for photography in terms of light and the vast expanse of open space. In this tutorial you’ll discover tips to help you take stunning beach photos with your iPhone.
Thank you all for participating in our weekly iPhone photography contest. This week the contest theme was central composition, and any photos where the subject was placed centrally could be submitted. With a total of 312 submissions, it wasn’t easy to pick the winners, but here are my personal favorites.