iPhone Photography Tutorials

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.

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iphoneography - ink blot test

iPhoneography workflow – { ink blot test }

An iPhoneography doodle. I started out with an idea in mind but it ended up dragging me all over the place. Subtitled ‘bringing the crazy out to play’. What do you see? Bonus ink blot test included.

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chrysanthemum - iphoneography

iPhoneography workflow – { chrysanthemum }

Textured painterly floral iPhoneography image. Despite the cold weather outside, the good news is that in our house we have lots to celebrate at this time of year so I can flex my iPhoneography muscle indoors and keep my fingers warm.

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encore

iPhoneography workflow { encore }

My Nan has one of those old fashioned photographs of her sisters and her that have been manually recoloured and I wanted to try to simulate that on an iPhoneograhy image. Multiple masks turned this into a jigsaw.

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iPhoneography apps

iPhoneography applications { most used }

As my iPhoneography evolves I thought it was worth analysing which apps I use the most? I’ve written enough workflows now to make a little initial analysis worthwhile. Any hidden gems? Worth a read.

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iPhoneography - gypsophila

iPhoneography workflow – floral – { gypsophila }

Still life floral iPhoneography image in a painterly textured style shows Gypsophila against a heavily manipulated background. Post processing is made significantly easier by ensuring as clean a background as possible. Initial post processing involves correcting the lighting situation.

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iphoneography - green

iPhoneography workflow and feature { green }

One of the joys of iPhoneography is that there is always a challenge. The inspiration for this Green Vase image was the Green weekly Challenge being run by New Era Museum on EyeEm. Includes workflow and link to feature.

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