A vast iPhoneography library of predefined filters, lighting effects and borders. Probably the biggest library I have seen in a single iPhoneography app giving in excess of 2 million combinations. Rating (all versions): 3.925 (40 ratings). Rating (current version): 3.925 (40 ratings). Current Price: USD0. Where there are iPhone and iPad apps, rating data and pricing relate to the iPhone app.
A fun and free photo editing tool to add retro effects and transform photos into cool vintage images.
One of the challenges with iPhoneography is that unless your subject is really close it is quite difficult to mimic depth of field (or depth of focus) which is achieved with traditional camera technology via control of aperture settings. During this tutorial I will use AfterFocus to mimic depth of field and will devote some space to look at it in a little more detail.
This iPhoneography image is of my daughter on her way home from school on her scooter. A plain background provided scope for adding textures without impacting the purity of the figure. There are some basic composition rules in place.
I think every iPhoneography portfolio needs one of these. One of the issues with iPhoneography is the inability to change focal lengths optically and I’m not a fan of digital zoom so this workflow looks at what can be done in post processing.