iPhone Photography Tutorials

skips.tips

Detailed iPhone photography tutorials showing the iphone app used at each stage of the editing process and the resulting image. Provides full detail of how the initial capture progresses through the editing process to arrive at the finished work. All iPhoneography is 100pct captured on iPhone and edited on a combination of iPhone and iPad.

Some iPhone Photography Tutorials contain a specific focus. These can also be accessed via the following links - Depth of Field, Exposure, Freelensing, High Pass Sharpen, Layers | Masking | Blending, Most used Apps, Video.

iPhone photography tutorial – circling the drain

iPhone photography full length portrait tutorial showing reflection, texture, layers, masking, blending and framing processes. Also includes a bonus edit and small collection with the official Polaroid app.

Continue Reading

iPhone photography – freedom to explore { bleached by the sun }

Most of the time the joy of iPhone photography is the result. The destination. It’s not about how I got there or how many apps I used (I’m still trying keep the number of apps I use in each iPhoneography work to a minimum). This is an example.

Continue Reading

black & white iPhone photography – { municipal }

This iPhoneography workflow focuses on black and white photography. It touches on a combination of manual processes and quick automated processes via some powerful apps.

Continue Reading

Atmospheric mobile photography – can’t find fog create it

Fog is my favourite weather for creating atmospheric mobile photography. Mother nature does all the work for me. All I need to do is find an interesting composition and frame it. When she doesn’t produce fog, I try to mimic her work.

Continue Reading

iPhone photography – 10 must have iPhoneography apps

My go to iPhoneography apps. I tend to share my more complex iPhone photography. Perhaps the iPhone apps that I use day to day get ignored. Here they are.

Continue Reading

iPhone photography tutorial – { time to bow }

Floral still life iPhone Photography work in a textured painterly style. Very often I build a grungy texture in to my iPhoneography but with this one I decided to take a slightly different route and create something with a more minimalist clean feel.

Continue Reading

Page 3 of 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 9