Is mobile street photography a genre that you enjoy? If so, consider entering this year’s MIRA Mobile Prize photography competition. This year’s theme is street photography under the banner of “Streets of the World.” The competition is open to mobile photographers from around the world and it’s free to enter. The open call only lasts for a month and is already drawing to a close with the final deadline for entry on March 15. Read on to discover more about the MIRA Mobile Prize and how you can enter your iPhone photos.
The Grip&Shoot is a device that provides you with a more comfortable way of holding your iPhone while taking photos and video. It does this by wirelessly controlling the shutter release on your iPhone via BlueTooth. But this iPhone accessory can do much more than that. In this article we’ll take a closer look at what the Grip&Shoot can do for your iPhone photography.
The new Darkroom Photo Editor app produced by Bergen Co. is a great option if you’re looking to move on from the basic photo editing apps and start refining your editing technique. This intermediate level app includes many of the basic features that you would expect from any editing app, while also including a proper “Curves” tool for refining your exposure levels. In this article you’ll discover how to use these editing tools to enhance your iPhone photos.
When it comes to camera replacement apps for iPhone photographers, there’s a seemingly endless list of options. While many people stick to using the native camera app due to its ease of use and accessibility, it’s definitely worth considering third-party camera apps. In this article we’ll take a look at the new Manual Camera app. And you’ll discover how to use the iPhone manual camera controls such as exposure, ISO, shutter speed and white balance.
With thousands of photo apps for iPhone available on the App Store, it can be difficult to know which ones to use, especially if you’re new to iPhone photography. In this article, you’ll discover the twelve best photo apps that many iPhone photographers recommend. These include camera apps for taking photos, editing photos and sharing your images with others. Click here for our updated 2018 version: 10 Best Photo Apps For iPhone Photography. And check out our article on the best photoshop app for iPhone!
Backing up photos is an important, albeit less than exciting task that all of us mobile photographers should do. Having at least one backup of your photos will help prevent permanent loss of your images should you ever lose or damage your iPhone. It also allows you to free up space on your phone if you find that your available storage is starting to wane. In this article you’ll discover a number of options for backing up your precious iPhone photos.
In recent articles, we’ve explored creative ways to use natural light, in other words, sunlight, in your iPhone photos. But what about when you want to shoot at night or in other situations where natural light isn’t readily available? In this tutorial, you’ll discover that there are many creative ways to use artificial light to enhance your iPhone photos taken in low light or complete darkness.
No matter how you look at it, light is the single most important element in photography. Without light, there would be no photography of any sort. Therefore, to improve our skills as photographers, we need to develop our eye to have a keen awareness of the available light. In this tutorial you’ll discover how to use natural light to its fullest potential in your iPhone photography.
While the iPhone allows you to take amazing photos with a simple tap of the screen, there are a whole range of accessories available to enhance your shooting experience. As you become more serious about your iPhone photography, you may want to add a few of these tools to your collection. In this article, you’ll discover the most essential iPhone camera accessories you’ll need to take your photography to the next level.
Even if you’re new to iPhone photography, there’s a good chance that you’ve heard of the Hipstamatic app. It’s one of the most popular iPhone camera apps for capturing photos using a variety of different filter combinations. In this article you’ll discover some of the best Hipstamatic (and Oggl) lens and film combinations for taking fantastic black and white photos with your iPhone.