Do your iPhone photos often end up looking grainy or blurred? If so, don’t despair! It’s perfectly possible to take amazingly high quality images with your iPhone. In this tutorial you’ll discover seven techniques for shooting professional looking clean and sharp iPhone photos that are better quality than you ever thought possible.
Do you often notice old, forgotten subjects like abandoned houses, broken benches or old vehicles? Objects that appear old, broken, alone or left behind make great subjects for your iPhone photography. Not only are they full of visual interest, but they evoke emotions, memories and a great sense of mystery. In this tutorial, you’ll discover how to shoot and edit wonderful iPhone photos of old forgotten and abandoned subjects.
I’m delighted to share this interview with Jorg Siebler who takes wonderfully dramatic iPhone photos. With a passion for exploring abandoned buildings and capturing stunning light at golden hour, he enjoys taking full manual control of his iPhone camera to capture the beauty and drama of the scene. In this interview you’ll learn more about Jorg and how he shoots such great photos with his iPhone.
I’m delighted to share this interview with Sanne Boertien who uses her iPhone for stunning landscape photography. With a passion for exploring nature, she captures beautiful sunsets, seascapes, lakes, mountains and forests that make you feel as if you’re right there in the landscape. In this interview you’ll learn more about Sanne, and how she takes such wonderful landscape photos with her iPhone.
Abstract photography allows you to get really creative with your iPhone photos. With a few simple techniques you can create unique images from very ordinary subjects. By concentrating on key elements of the subject or creating a sense of mystery, you can produce stunning and artistic abstracts that capture just the essence of the subject or scene. In this tutorial you’ll discover ten easy ways to create unique abstract iPhone photos that everyone will adore.
I’m really excited to share this interview with Valeria Cammareri, a talented iPhone photographer who takes wonderful photos of people. Shooting mostly out on the street, she uses her iPhone to capture emotions and recreate memories. In this interview you’ll learn more about Valeria, and how she tells such great stories through her iPhone photography.
I’m really excited to share this interview with Vlad Vasylkevych, a super talented photographer who takes incredible photos with his iPhone. With a passion for travel and discovering new places, he captures stunning moments within landscapes and cities around the world. In this interview, you’ll learn more about Vlad, and how he shoots such breathtaking photos with his iPhone.
Are you looking for some inspiration to get more creative with your iPhone photography? If so, this interview with Kimberly Saxton-Heinrichs will show you just how far you can push the limits of your iPhone to create incredibly beautiful images. Here you’ll discover how she uses her iPhone to shoot stunning sunsets, dramatic silhouettes, long exposure water photos, low light indoor shots, macro close-ups, as well as create painterly and textured edits.
Anyone can point their iPhone camera at an amazing view, but it takes a more skilled photographer to create truly stunning landscape photography. In fact, with the right techniques you can turn a very ordinary landscape into a beautiful and compelling image. The key to great landscape photography is to compose your shot with thought and intention. In this tutorial you’ll discover ten essential composition techniques that will turn your iPhone landscape photography into something you can be really proud of.
I’m really pleased to share this interview with Chris Baird, an iPhone photographer from Oregon who has an incredible eye for both simplicity and detail. Whether she’s shooting dramatic landscapes or close-ups of flowers and textures, she always captures the essence of her subject in such a beautiful way. In this interview you’ll discover more about Chris, and how she learned to take such wonderful photos in just a few months.