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iPhotographer Magazine launches on the Apple Newsstand with a free Preview Issue today, Friday, August 16. It’s a lens focused on the vibrant and exciting world of mobile photography in a beautiful, fully-interactive, multi-media publication for the iPad.
“The Art of iPhone Photography” is an excellent book with a broad range of tutorials and is a great choice to learn a lot of iPhone photo techniques quickly, no matter what your skill level.
Mobile Masters, the companion eBook to the 2013 Macworld event is available now in the App Store. It’s FREE for a limited time. Grab it now before it goes up to its regular price of $2.99. This iPad eBook is a companion to the Mobile Masters Sessions held at Macworld Expo Jan 30 2013.
Either taken as a whole or taken in bits, AppAlchemy will have beginners apping like pros in no time and give more experienced iPhonegraphers a lot of new tips, tools and techniques to have in their virtual camera bag.
“iPhone Photography: How to Shoot, Edit and Share Great Photos”, in which he shares a lot of information on how to shoot great photos, edit them, and share them. It’s a great, single-volume course on the complete iPhoneography workflow. More important, he graciously shares priceless information and experience that iPhoneographers of all skill levels will find very valuable.
The book, iPhone Obsessed – Photo Editing Experiments with Apps, is an instant education in production or “apping” on the iPhone. It guides you step-by-step through the production process.
Actually, though, before and since Best Camera…, iPhoneographers have been publishing their own books through services like Blurb and MagCloud. There are many excellent collections out there.
Killer Photos with Your iPhone is an excellent introduction to both photography and iPhoneography. Its straightforward style and emphasis on photography make this a great guide for beginning and intermediate photographers with a desire to learn how photography works.
Course Technology has just published the first book for iPhoneographers, “Killer Photos with Your iPhone”. A great book for beginning and intermediate iPhoneographers. Even advanced iPhoneographers will find items of interest here.