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.
This iPhoneography workflow was born out of frustration. Living primarily in the city it felt like so long since I last saw fog. I decided to try to create a foggy atmosphere where none existed using iphone photography apps. This is my first experiment.
iPhone photography and social media very often go hand in hand. Many iPhoneography apps have built in social sharing functionality. Focusing on Instagram, I explain my partly manual and partly automated social sharing process.
I am lucky enough to be able to do the school run occasionally. It can be a beautiful time of the day with a magical quality of light. I generally shy away from photographing near the school environment, even discreetly using iPhone photography. I finally got a suitable opportunity.
A low edit iPhone photography image. Not my normal style at first glance but there is something in this image that I constantly try to capture or create – atmosphere. In this case all I needed to do was capture it and then edit it in a sympathetic manner.
Recently during my iPhoneography exploits I’ve been messing around with slightly covert capture methods. This iPhone photography tutorial discusses what I’ve been up to and looks at straightening in some detail.
Texture blended floral iPhoneography image of a Calfornian Poppy. Purposely quite a low edit. I wanted to create a textured background but with that amazing bright tangerine orange colour, I wanted to maintain as much vibrancy and clarity as possible in the flower.
A picture may be worth a thousand words but critically a profile picture comes at a premium because it is worth the first 1,000 opinion forming words. Does your profile picture make you stand out from the crowd?
Street iPhoneography is my favourite genre but it rarely gives me the opportunity to process in my preferred painterly / texture blended style. ‘Mrs Whistler?’ gave me an opportunity to combine both genres in a single image.