Articles tagged with: tutorial
Most iPhoneographers would love to create high resolution, detailed, print-ready images. High quality output greatly increases the desire for your work across many venues of the graphics industry. Larger prints mean more potential buyers, higher DPI means more detail in those reproductions which could lead to more industry recognition and possibly more green in your pocket.
It’s no secret that Hipstamatic app has many thousands of happy users the world over. Many of them however, are a little mystified by some of its features. The ‘Favourites’ feature is perhaps, the most useful and yet the most under-used of all. Here’s how to get the most out of it.
To take a good photograph you need to know what good looks like. Sounds daft, I know, but training your eye is very important. In this article, I’m going to show you several free sources of amazing photography
iPhoneographer Dilshad Corleone is featured in this great, inspirational, well-shot video with some great advice for shooting, composing and telling a story with an image.
The Tone Correction tool is one of the most exciting additions to the latest ProCamera 4.0 for iPhone. In this tutorial we’ll show you how the tool works and what it can do.
The rapid-fire, four image strip was designed for facial portraiture. However, for photographers who think outside the booth, some forethought can produce interesting results.
Many iPhoneographers prefer to watermark their images with photographer and copyright information. In the name of simplicity, the © symbol is nowhere to be found on the standard iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch keyboard. Here are a few quick and easy-ish ways you can make a real one instead of the alternate and less attractive (c).
Squaready is an easy to use utility that crops a photo into square format, then lets you easily share it straight to Instagram. It not only crops down, but lets you shrink full landscape or portrait photos into the frame.
The developer of Geló has created some online tutorials to illustrate some of the capabilities of this simple, yet versatile photo app, including sunrise and sunset enhance as well as a killer duotone effect. They’ve allowed us to reprint several of them here.
Your iPhone is a computer. To help keep it running smooth, rebooting should be a regular part of your iPhone’s maintenance. When I did Mac desktop support, rebooting the computer fixed about half the problems. Seriously.
Richard Koci Hernandez’ “iPhone Photography, from Shooting to Storytelling” tutorial series is currently free for two weeks on the popular online tutorial site, Lynda.com.
Instagram is one of the most insanely popular photo apps for iPhone. Here are ten tips to help you get more out of Instagram.