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.
Leonardo is my go to iPhone photography app for working with more than two layers at the same time. It’s a 5 star app created by Pankaj Goswami who is also behind another of my favourite blending apps Superimpose.
Stackables formulas or texture recipes are a great way to build a unique library of textures and adjustments. Using formulas and adapting them to individual images helps to give image collections a cohesive feel.
The inspiration for this article came from a week away in Portugal. Until I studied some street shots closely, I discarded them as a waste of a tap. When I did get chance to look at them through fresh eyes though, I saw a few things that I liked. Specifically regarding this image, I used two captures as raw material for a single atmospheric composition.
Yellow Rose is a painterly textured iPhoneography still life floral image processed using textures from both Snapseed and Stackables. Its inspiration stems from Skipology selecting Stackables as app of the week this week.
Provoke was a short lived Japanese photography magazine from the late 1960s. It showcased abstracted images which were purposely grainy, blurry and out of focus. I used the app it inspired to capture some foggy Lincoln scenes in a high contrast style.
Michael Orton started using this technique in the mid 1980s. His aim was to create a watercolor styled photograph by combining various captures of the same scene. The process is also known as Orton imagery and the Orton slide sandwich. An iPhoneography workflow.
A shallow depth of field (aka depth of focus) is all about having a small amount of an image in focus with anything ahead of or behind the subject blurred. This draws attention to a specific subject and provides some beautiful out of focus effects in other areas known as bokeh.