Manfrotto have long had an excellent reputation for producing quality products for the professional and enthusiast photography markets. So with their latest offering, it’s great to see them taking mobile photography as seriously as it deserves. In this article, we’ll be reviewing the Manfrotto KLYP+ system comprising an iPhone case, add-on lenses, tripod and LED light, to see what they have to offer the iPhone photographer.
The iPhone is capable of taking amazing photos, but sometimes you might find yourself wishing you had more than just the one fixed built-in lens. Maybe a telephoto lens would be useful to get you closer to the action, or a wide angle lens so you can get more into the frame. Or how about a macro lens for taking extreme close-ups of small subjects? The Olloclip lens systems offer all of this and more, and in this article we’ll be reviewing the new Olloclip lenses for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. (Note – a new version of the Olloclip lens kit for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus is now available).
Lack of correct focus in an image is probably the number one reason why a potentially good iPhone photo can fail. Other problems such as exposure and color can often be fixed in post-processing, but when something is too out of focus there’s nothing you can do – you can’t make a blurry photo sharp. There are several reasons why a photo may have focus problems, and in this tutorial you’ll discover how to deal with each of these situations to ensure that you always get your iPhone photos in sharp focus.
A rainy day is no excuse for not taking great iPhone photos! You may not want to venture outside in the pouring rain, but there are plenty of amazing photography opportunities in your own home. And once the rain stops, it’s the perfect time to get outside and capture beautiful scenes while the ground is still wet. In this tutorial you’ll discover 13 photography projects that will inspire and motivate you to take incredible iPhone photos, even on the most rainy of days.
We all know that you can take amazing photographs with the iPhone, but could it be a better camera physically? In this review we’ll take a look at the new SNAP! 6 case and lens system from Bitplay to see whether a physical shutter button and add-on lenses can really improve your iPhone photography experience.
We all love to take photos with our iPhones, but sifting through the camera roll afterwards to find our best images and delete the ones we don’t want isn’t so much fun. For many of us, our iPhones are full of images that we don’t want to keep. In this article you’ll discover how a new app called Cleen simplifies the process of managing your photos, freeing up space on your iPhone and leaving you with more time to take great pictures.
Would it surprise you to learn that your iPhone photos might have a commercial value? As smart-phones get smarter and smartphone photographers get better, the demand for great images increases. And stock image libraries are finally realizing that a great photo from an iPhone is still a great photo, even though it hasn’t been taken with an expensive DSLR camera. In this article we take a look at iPhone stock photography and how you can get your iPhone photos in front of paying customers.
It’s well known that the iPhone is a really great camera phone, but one thing it lacks is an optical zoom or extra wide-angle facility. Luckily iPhones have always been well supported with third-party lenses which overcome this limitation. However, with the release of the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, these lenses need to be redesigned to fit the new phone profiles. In this article we’ll take a look at a couple of different lens systems which are now compatible with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Have you ever found yourself trying to photograph a beautiful wide landscape, only to find that you can’t fit it all into a single photo? Or you’ve attempted to take a group photo but can’t fit everyone into the frame? In these situations you can get around this problem by creating extra-wide panoramic shots. In this tutorial you’ll discover how to creating amazing panoramas with your iPhone.