I’m really excited to share this interview with Michal Koralewski, an incredibly talented iPhone photographer from Poland. I first came across Michal’s amazing work through my iPhone photography contest, where his photos constantly stood out among the other submissions. In this interview you’re going to learn more about Michal and how he creates incredible photos with his iPhone.
I’m really excited to share with you the inside story behind COVR Photo case, which is one of the most intriguing iPhone photography products on Kickstarter. In this interview you’re going to find out more about COVR from Thomas Hurst, the visionary behind this exciting project.
I’m really happy to share an interview with professional photographer, iPhone photographer and photography teacher Mark Hemmings. Mark is an excellent photographer who creates amazing images in a variety of different genres, with a particular focus on travel and street photography. In this interview you’re going to find out more about Mark and his excellent iPhone photos.
One of the most popular subjects of photography is people (portraits). Therefore it is no surprise that many of us take photos of people with our iPhones as well. However, there can be a big difference between just taking a snapshot of someone and creating an artistic portrait. Read on for some ideas on how to move beyond simple snapshots of people and create high-quality portraits with nothing more than your iPhone.
I’m really excited to share an interview with acclaimed iPhoneographer and photography expert Richard Gray. Richard is also an active iPhone photography blogger and a contributor to FLTR mobile photography magazine. In this interview, you’re going to find out more about Richard and discover some of his best tips for improving your iPhone photography.
If you’re like most people, you don’t really think about how you release the shutter of your iPhone’s camera. After all, it’s so easy to take a photo with the iPhone, so why would you want to make it more complicated? There is one very good reason, and that is to avoid camera shake. In this article you’ll discover five unconventional ways to release the shutter of your iPhone’s camera to ensure your iPhone photos are always sharp.
Some time ago a reader emailed me asking to write a blog post about the different genres of iPhone photography. While I immediately loved the idea, I also realized that nobody can be an expert in all genres of iPhoneography, and approaching photographers from each genre would be the only way to create this post. After weeks of work by me and so many others, I’m super excited to publish tips for all the different genres of iPhone photography.
Here is a great interview I did with Kristen Radden from Creative iPhoneography. Kristen is an iPhone artist and a fellow iPhoneography blogger, and it really amazes me how much she has learned in just a few short months since she started taking photos with her iPhone.
In this interview you’re going to learn more about Kristen as an iPhoneographer. You’ll also find out how she managed to learn so much in such a short amount of time – and what you should do to see similar success.