iPhone Photography – Shoot, Edit and Share

Sweet new iPhone Photography book by DPS.

“The best camera is the one that’s with you.” Chase Jarvis

Know what the two most commonly used cameras now being used on Flickr are?

The iPhone 4S and the iPhone 4.

That’s pretty impressive, considering a phone was a phone was a phone,  just a few short years ago.

That’s why Digital Photography School has just released a new book, iPhone Photography – How to Shoot, Edit and Share Great Photographs.

iPhone Photography book from Digital Photography School

Image copyright © Deborah Wolfe. All rights reserved.

Bet you can’t guess what it’s all about….

Oh, that one was too easy. I won’t make you actually say it.

Before I go any further, let me share with you what I’ve learned in reading iPhone Photography.

Um. Everything. That’s right. Everything. I’m so serious.

I had NO idea I could do so much fantastic, SERIOUS photography with my iPhone camera.

Just take a look at the photo on the left. Took it from my car, while I was waiting in the bank parking lot.

Is the DSLR with interchangeable lenses obsolete?

Not just yet. But I can see the day not far off, when we’ll be able to leave it behind without so much as a backwards glance.

I never thought I would say this, but….I hardly ever take my big guns out of the holster anymore. At least not for my personal shooting.

Contents please.

iPhone Photography has a LOT of fantastic, practical information and phenomenal photos packed into its 106 pages.

iPhone Photography book from Digital Photography School

The table of contents says it better than I can. The book is basically broken down into three broad categories: Chapter One: Shoot, Chapter Two: Edit and Chapter Three: Share.

Contained within those 3 categories is all the following information:

Basics: where to begin?

  • Grip
  • The iPhone Camera
  • Touch Functions
  • The Photos App (viewing, selecting and organizing photos)
  • Selecting multiple photos in an album
  • Creating a new photo album

 Taking control: camera-replacement apps

  • Camera-replacement app comparison table
  • My preferred camera-replacement app
  • Advanced shooting techniques with ProCamera
Finding  your subject
  • On the street
  • With the family
  • In nature
  • Traveling abroad
  • At night
  • Finding your style
  • Native iPhone edit functions
  • One-touch apps
Filter-based editing
  • CrossProcess
  • Camera+
Professional editing
  • Snapseed
  • Editing app feature comparison table
Adding text and graphic elements to your photos
  • Joining the community
  • Basic sharing
How I share my photos
  • Additional photo-sharing apps
Building community through photo-sharing
  • Using hashtags to share interests, themes, and subjects
  • Local photo walks

Getting your images ready to print

  • Print sizing
  • Printing at home
  • Online print services
  • Case study: Instaburb book and exhibition
  • Closing words
  • iPhone photography resources, reviews and tutorials
  • Stay in touch with DPS

Who wrote it?

Misho Baranovic.

Who? One of the world’s leading mobile photographers, that’s who.

His street photography has been exhibited internationally at group exhibitions in Australia, California, New York and Paola, Italy.

He’s the founding member of Mobile Photo Group, an international collective of mobile photographers dedicated to promoting their work and presenting mobile photography as an important and evolving art form.

iPhone Photography book by Digital Photography School

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