The iPhone has to use slower shutter speeds than most digital cameras due to its small sensor size. This is not really an issue in bright sunlight, but in medium and low light it becomes absolutely essential that you keep your iPhone steady, or your photos will end up being blurry. In this article you will find out how to always keep your iPhone camera steady… and your photos sharp.
Today I finished reading iPhone Photography: How to Shoot, Edit and Share Excellent Photographs by Misho Baranovic. Misho is an acclaimed Australian street photographer who teaches iPhone photography workshops and whose photos have been featured in photography exhibitions internationally.
Since iPhone photography is such a recent phenomenon, there aren’t many books about it yet. However from the few iPhone Photography books that I’ve come across so far, this one is arguably the best.
Whenever I’m taking photos with my iPhone, I’m always on a lookout for something interesting and unusual that would make my pictures stand out. Quite often I find that in unusual reflections, which always add an interesting dimension to otherwise simple photos. Reflections are responsible for many of my favorite and most popular photos. In this article, I will explain how I created some of these reflection shots.