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Episode 312: iOS 13 Beta – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

Joy Hiller Porter Drennan In this episode Matt, Greg, and Dave talk about Greg’s experience with iOS 13 Beta. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Joy Hiller Porter Drennan App Mentions: Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft Pix, IntroMate, Spectre, Carbon, Panols, Motion Stills, AirDisk Pro, SKRWT, Shortcuts, Quik, LUCiD, Mavis, Moment – Pro Camera, Polarr, Oggl, MightyNetworks, Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+ 2, Apollo, Flare Effects, Camera-M, Google Photos, KD Pro, RNI Films, Focos, Halide, Camera+, Snapseed, Photoshop Express, Darkroom, Handy Photo, Lucid, AEE MagiCam, Lumibee,…

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9 Tips For Capturing Incredible Shadows In Your iPhone Street Photos – iPhone Photography Article

Capturing shadows is a fantastic way to create more compelling street photography. Shadows add amazing visual interest and a wonderful sense of mystery. But what kind of light do you need for stunning shadow pictures? And how do you use shadows to create powerful compositions? Read on to discover how to shoot incredible street photography shadows with your iPhone. 1. Shoot On A Sunny Day For Impressive Street Photography Shadows You won’t always see shadows out on the street. They’ll…

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Turn Your iPhone Photos Into Paintings & Drawings – iPhone Photography Article

The Prisma app is an iPhone photo editor that turns your pictures into paintings and drawings. With over 500 artistic styles, you can transform an ordinary image into a magnificent piece of art… in just a few seconds! Read on to discover how to make a photo look like a painting or sketch with the Prisma app. Table Of Contents: Prisma App Tutorial Click any title link below to go straight to that section of the article:1. How To Make…

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Fisher Bullet Space Pen with Stylus – iPhone Photography Article

There are like a ton of different editions of the Fisher Space Pen. It comes in different colors, and there are even some special editions like the Apollo 11 50th anniversary edition. Also, cartridges are available in lots of different colors: blue, black, red, green, burgundy, purple, brown, and silver. And almost each of the colors is available in a fine, medium or bold cartridge. One thing I wasn’t aware of that when I ordered my first Fisher Space Pen…

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2-Day Kyoto Itinerary: Shrines, Geisha, River Boating, And Bamboo – iPhone Photography Article

Kyoto is a favourite destination for tourists to Japan. There are about a million temples and shrines to see and explore. With so many options, it can be hard to decide what to do. To help you out, here’s an eventful 2-day Kyoto itinerary filled with a variety of sights and attractions. This is a real example of a weekend I spend in Kyoto and covers the exact things I did over two days — so I know it’s doable.…

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iPhone Art Girl — Once Upon a Time in the West. © 2019, Meri Aaron… – iPhone Photography Article

Once Upon a Time in the West. © 2019, Meri Aaron Walker. Talent, OR. All rights reserved. ProCamera, Snapseed, Instant Once Upon a Time in the West – Dire Straits, 1979Some people get a cheap laugh breaking up the speed limitScaring the pedestrians for a minuteCrossing up progress driving on the grassLeaving just enough for room to passSunday driver never took a testOh yes, once upon a time in the westYes, it’s no use saying that you don’t know nothingIt’s still…

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Episode 311: Landscape Photography – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

Jeff Feeny In this episode Matt, Greg, and Joseph talk about Landscape Photography. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Jeff Feeny App Mentions: Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft Pix, IntroMate, Spectre, Carbon, Panols, Motion Stills, AirDisk Pro, SKRWT, Shortcuts, Quik, LUCiD, Mavis, Moment – Pro Camera, Polarr, Oggl, MightyNetworks, Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+ 2, Apollo, Flare Effects, Camera-M, Google Photos, KD Pro, RNI Films, Focos, Halide, Camera+, Snapseed, Photoshop Express, Darkroom, Handy Photo, Lucid, AEE MagiCam, Lumibee, Portrait by img.ly, Amazon Store: http://astore.amazon.com/tinyshutter-20… This is only…

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How to Capture Incredible Sunrise/Sunset Photos – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

Bracketing Bracketing helps you capture more detail in the sky and in the foreground of your scene than you could otherwise. Bracketed images ares a series of photos at different exposures, then blended together in post-processing.  And the technique is ideal for sunrise/sunset photos where the sky is bright but the foreground is dark.  Here’s how to braket your photos.  If your camera features built-in bracketing, set it up according to your camera manual.  But if your camera lacks this feature,…

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A Few of My Favorite Student Photos – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

sWould YOU Love to Capture Superb Photos Like These? Well, now you can with some help from my new photography education membership site, The Photo Mentorship. The Photo Mentorship is your ‘one-stop’ shop for photography education. I’ve organized everything by four learning tracks designed to progressively grow your skills and confidence. The first learning track inside The Photo Mentorship is Camera Fundamentals. This track accelerates the process for beginners to feel comfortable with their camera’s functions and changing camera settings.…

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Review Of Hitcase iPhone Lenses For Macro & Wide-Angle Photography – iPhone Photography Article

Are you looking for high-quality, affordable iPhone lenses for macro or wide-angle photography? If so, the Hitcase iPhone lenses might be just what you’re looking for. Read on to discover more about the Hitcase Macro, Wide, and SuperWide lenses… and how they performed when we tested them out. Hitcase iPhone Lenses Hitcase offers three add-on iPhone camera lenses: The Hitcase lenses feel solid and well-made. The lens body is made from anodized aluminum. And the lens itself is glass –…

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How to convert Photos to Black and White in Lightroom Mobile – iPhone Photography Article

If you want the building to stand out, even more, increase the highlights, too. But be careful with that, if you have clouds in the photo like in this one, increasing the highlights too much may blow out the clouds and they’ll become a bright, white, area. Looks quite right, doesn’t it? What you’ve done right now is sometimes referred to as Fine Art Edit, where you use hard contrasts and more blacks and whites instead of grayscales. Once you’ve…

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12 Fascinating Books About Japan To Help You Understand Japanese Society – iPhone Photography Article

If you are travelling to Japan, moving to Japan, learning Japanese, or just interested in Japan, there are loads of books to fuel your curiosity. Japanese society is unique and remarkable in many ways, and there are layers of meaning and understanding that outsiders don’t always understand. Here are 12 fascinating books about Japan to help you better understand Japanese society. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. This means, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission…

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Episode 310: Interview With Rupali Renjen From Dayflash App – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

Jason Burrows In this episode Dave, Greg, and Joseph interviewed Rupali Renjen from the Dayflash App. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Jason Burrows App Mentions: Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft Pix, IntroMate, Spectre, Carbon, Panols, Motion Stills, AirDisk Pro, SKRWT, Shortcuts, Quik, LUCiD, Mavis, Moment – Pro Camera, Polarr, Oggl, MightyNetworks, Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+ 2, Apollo, Flare Effects, Camera-M, Google Photos, KD Pro, RNI Films, Focos, Halide, Camera+, Snapseed, Photoshop Express, Darkroom, Handy Photo, Lucid, AEE MagiCam, Lumibee, Portrait by img.ly, Amazon Store: http://astore.amazon.com/tinyshutter-20……

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Pixieset Overview – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

Most photographers agree that the worst part of the job is the hours sitting at a desk, editing hundreds of photos, creating galleries and slideshows, and doing everything except shooting. Photographers want to be behind the lens, not behind the keyboard. Enter Pixieset – one of the biggest names in the Wedding Photography business. While Pixieset won’t do your editing and culling for you, it does cuts down on the time spent creating web galleries and filling orders for your…

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Lens Calibration for Tack-Sharp Focus – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

Before you try to calibrate your lens (or have it sent off for calibration) there are two easy tests to check if your lens is front or back-focusing.  Focus Test #1: First, find a friend to be your subject.  Put your camera into single-shot autofocus mode on a tripod, with your center focus point activated (because it’s the most accurate focus point.)  To avoid camera shake, make sure you’ve disabled vibration reduction (Nikon) or image stabilization (Canon and Sony).  Open…

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Episode 309: Dayflash – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

Eileen TravellingMom on Instragram In this episode Dave, Greg, and Matt talk about the Dayflash App. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Eileen TravellingMom on Instragram   App Mentions: Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft Pix, IntroMate, Spectre, Carbon, Panols, Motion Stills, AirDisk Pro, SKRWT, Shortcuts, Quik, LUCiD, Mavis, Moment – Pro Camera, Polarr, Oggl, MightyNetworks, Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+ 2, Apollo, Flare Effects, Camera-M, Google Photos, KD Pro, RNI Films, Focos, Halide, Camera+, Snapseed, Photoshop Express, Darkroom, Handy Photo, Lucid, AEE MagiCam, Lumibee, Portrait by…

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6 awesome Photospots in Bucharest, Romania photographed with iPhone – iPhone Photography Article

I’ve been to Bucharest, Romania, a few times during the past years. From what I saw of the city, I can tell that Bucharest is definitely an exciting city to see. When it comes to photo spots in Bucharest, this city offers a great mix of various architectural styles: from modern glass buildings to old and pretentious houses and impressive bridges. I even found a few lost places there. So here are my recommendations for photo spots in Bucharest.It’s been…

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Summer Nights At Nagoya Castle Bon Festival – This Is Japan 25 – iPhone Photography Article

“This is Japan” is a weekly blog post where I talk a about my life in Japan. It’s a place where I can share some of the strange, funny, or interesting stories from my week. Sometimes it is a bit personal or random, but I hope you will enjoy learning what it is like to live in Japan. Obon, or just Bon, is a Buddhist holiday – a festival for the dead. People believe that at this time their ancestors’ spirits…

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8 Easy Ways To Shoot More Creative Street Photography On iPhone – iPhone Photography Article

Do you want to get more creative with your iPhone street photography? This might sound challenging! But it’s actually easy… once you learn how to see the streets from new and unusual perspectives. Read on to discover 8 ways to shoot more unique and creative street photography with iPhone. 1. Capture Window Reflections For Unique Multi-Layered Images For more creative street photography, you have to shoot from interesting perspectives. Ask yourself: “How can I present this ordinary street scene in…

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Autofocus and Autofocus Modes Explained for Beginners – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

This post is about autofocus types and modes.  Manual focus doesn’t happen to fit into either of these categories. But as a well-rounded photographer, you should be able to take full control over your camera, and this includes being able to focus manually. Just to be clear, when I’m talking about ‘manual focus’ I’m not talking about shooting in manual mode. (The later means setting your ISO, aperture and shutter speed manually to achieve a correct exposure.) How to Focus…

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Old Wardour Castle. A filming location for Robin Hood – iPhone Photography Article

I discovered this gorgeous castle back in 2016 on the way back to London from Stonehenge. Right after Stonehenge, there was a small sign near the road that said Old Wardour Castle. I just noticed the two words old and castle. Those two words usually trigger something that I call “Indiana Jones Mode.” I had to go and see this ancient castle. Little did I know yet, how fantastic this one would be. Know before you go Old Wardour Castle…

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Arts and Crafts at the Chiang Mai Umbrella Factory – iPhone Photography Article

Haven’t you ever wondered how paper umbrellas are made? No? Neither had I. They were just one of those things that just…were. A souvenir for decoration. However, in Chiang Mai, paper umbrellas are a very important item. There is even a yearly umbrella festival. When I was in Thailand, one day I miraculously ended up at the Chiang Mai Umbrella Factory in Bo Sang. How does one simply “end up” at an umbrella factory, you ask? Easy. It happens when…

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Episode 308: IPPAwards Results – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

Mariana Gonzalez In this episode Dave, Greg, Matt, and Joseph talk about the IPPAward results. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Mariana Gonzalez   App Mentions: Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft Pix, IntroMate, Spectre, Carbon, Panols, Motion Stills, AirDisk Pro, SKRWT, Shortcuts, Quik, LUCiD, Mavis, Moment – Pro Camera, Polarr, Oggl, MightyNetworks, Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+ 2, Apollo, Flare Effects, Camera-M, Google Photos, KD Pro, RNI Films, Focos, Halide, Camera+, Snapseed, Photoshop Express, Darkroom, Handy Photo, Lucid, AEE MagiCam, Lumibee, Portrait by img.ly, Amazon Store: http://astore.amazon.com/tinyshutter-20……

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Lightroom Best Features – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

In my opinion, the ability to use presets for batch editing is one of the most powerful features of Lightroom. In case you’re not familiar with presets, they are a lot like using a cake mix to speed up the process of baking a cake. Presets do nearly all the adjustments to exposure, color, detail and effects to your photos automatically. (You might have to tweak them a little to your preferences.)  Presets are ideal to use if you have…

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An abandoned administrative building in the woods – iPhone Photography Article

All photos were taken using ProCamera App. As I didn’t have the tripod with me, I used a neat feature of ProCamera App: The motion detection shutter release. I set ProCamera to manual mode with ISO set as low as possible to achieve at least a shutter speed of 1/20. With the motion detection shutter release of ProCamera the shutter will only trigger (automatically) once you hold your iPhone steady. Nice feature. Back home, I did some research. It looks…

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Todaiji: The Highlight Of Nara, And Not Just Because Of The Deer – iPhone Photography Article

It wasn’t difficult for me to decide which was my favourite tourist attraction in Japan. It has been my favourite since the first time I went there eleven years ago. The tourist attraction I’m talking about is Todaiji, a Buddhist temple complex in the city Nara. But it’s not my favourite place because of the deer, which is what most people seem to love the most. It’s my favourite place because of the huge wooden building and Buddha statue. Todaiji Todaiji is a…

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Episode 307: Black & White Process – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

Chris Cook In this episode Dave, Greg, Matt, and Joseph talk about the Black & White process using apps like Snapseed. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Chris Cook Black And White Conversion With Filters Here are the images that I mentioned in the podcast: Edited Color     Black & White With Orange Filter     Black & White With Blue Filter App Mentions: Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft…

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8 Tips For Moody & Mysterious Street Photography On iPhone – iPhone Photography Article

Do you want to shoot moody, mysterious street photography with your iPhone? Creating mood and mystery in your street photos might sound tough. But with a few tricks, you can take wonderfully compelling pictures that captivate the viewer. Read on to discover 8 secrets for shooting moody and mysterious street photography with your iPhone. 1. Obscure The Subject’s Face To Create Mysterious Characters Street photography is all about photographing people. But that doesn’t mean you have to show their faces…

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Why You Need Polarizing Filters – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

You should add a polarizing filter to your lens anytime you’re out shooting in bright daylight, or around reflective surfaces like water or glass (or even sweaty skin!)  By cutting out the glare, a polarizing filter gives you truer colors and also increases contrast, to make your subject ‘pop! in your frame. In particular, polarizing filters really help create darker and more dramatic skies when you’re shooting landscapes, and at the same time, controls your highlights so you don’t blow…

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10 Secrets For Extraordinary Architecture Photography On iPhone – iPhone Photography Article

Are you often disappointed with your iPhone architecture photography? Taking stunning photos of buildings may seem challenging. But it doesn’t have to be! You just need to know a few creative shooting and editing tricks. In this tutorial, you’ll discover 10 secrets for jaw-dropping architecture photography with your iPhone. 1. Focus On Strong Elements Of Design In Architecture How do you approach architecture photography more creatively? How do you capture awe-inspiring photos of buildings that really stand out? Here’s the…

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