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How I manage 25000 photos with iPhone and iPad – iPhone Photography Article

How I manage 25000 photos with iPhone and iPad Backing up photos from iOS Photos AppI‘m a little paranoid when it comes to backups. Since I lost a few 100 photos in 2005 due to a simultaneous (!) hard disk defect on my Mac and a single drive NAS, I chose to back up my photos in several ways since 2005.Additionally, backing up photos from Photos app works automatically in the background and saves the original as well as the…

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When To Use The Wide, Ultra Wide & Telephoto Lens – iPhone Photography Article

When To Use The Wide, Ultra Wide & Telephoto Lens The iPhone 11 lenses let you easily zoom in and out on a scene. But when should you use the different camera lenses on your iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro? Which lens is best for landscapes, portraits, architecture, street photography, or close-up photography? In this tutorial, you’ll discover when to use the Wide, Ultra Wide, and Telephoto lenses for stunning iPhone photos! Table Of Contents: iPhone 11 Lenses Click…

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iPhone Art Girl — {sunday} Meri Walker ~ A Penny For Your Thoughts,… – iPhone Photography Article

iPhone Art Girl — {sunday} Meri Walker ~ A Penny For Your Thoughts,… “A Penny For Your Thoughts, He Said” is the Sunday Feature on PixelsAtAnExhibition. When Pixels’ curator, Knox Bronson, takes time to pair one of my images with a piece of poetry and a piece of music as he did this week, I feel deeply seen and heard by another human being. The poem he picked is edgy and straight up honest about the complexity of desire while…

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How I composed, shot and edited “Inside Votiv Church” – iPhone Photography Article

How I composed, shot and edited “Inside Votiv Church” With anti-shake shutter release, I press the shutter release, and ProCamera will take the photo only if I hold the camera steady enough. Moreover, ProCamera will even wait until I hold it steady enough. That helps a lot when shooting with a manual setting of ISO 25 and an exposure time of 1/15 without a tripod like in this scene. Editing First thing I did is to apply perspective correction to…

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Episode 318: Interview With Jeff Feeny On iPhone 11 Pro – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

Episode 318: Interview With Jeff Feeny On iPhone 11 Pro – Tiny Shutter Jeff Feeny In this episode Matt, Greg, and Dave interview Jeff Feeny about his new iPhone 11 Pro. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Jeff Feeny iPhone 11 Pro Images: App Mentions: Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft Pix, IntroMate, Spectre, Carbon, Panols, Motion Stills, AirDisk Pro, SKRWT, Shortcuts, Quik, LUCiD, Mavis, Moment – Pro Camera, Polarr, Oggl, MightyNetworks, Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+ 2, Apollo, Flare Effects,…

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Compare The New Camera Features – iPhone Photography Article

Compare The New Camera Features What’s the difference between the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max cameras? All three of these iPhones feature incredible camera upgrades. But which one is best for you? Read on to compare the features of the iPhone 11 vs iPhone 11 Pro camera. And let us help you choose the best iPhone camera for you and your photography! Table Of Contents: iPhone 11 vs iPhone 11 Pro Camera Click any title…

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iPhone 11 night camera mode – iPhone Photography Article

One final word about noise. Of course, I tend to avoid noise, and I usually fix it in Lightroom mobile to some extent. But, and this is my advice, don’t be obsessed about noise. Pixel peepers will always find noise in a photo. My stance is: details first, noise second; or, I’d rather have more details in a photo with some noise than fewer details and no noise. Handheld vs. Tripod It’s necessary to use a tripod when photographing with…

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Review of the iPhone 11 Pro – iPhone Photography Article

Please disregard the noise you see in the photo. I just put it on the table camera down to see how many second you’d get. This icon is for the iPhone night camera mode. In this mode, the iPhone will take several longer exposures and combine them to a low noise and well-lit photo. One thing I already noticed is that the iPhone night camera mode is only available for the standard wide lens. As soon as you switch to…

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Episode 317: iPhone 11 Images – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

Elaine @sunflowerof21 on Instagram In this episode Matt, Greg, Dave and Joseph talk about the new iPhone 11 images on Reddit. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Elaine @sunflowerof21 on Instagram App Mentions: Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft Pix, IntroMate, Spectre, Carbon, Panols, Motion Stills, AirDisk Pro, SKRWT, Shortcuts, Quik, LUCiD, Mavis, Moment – Pro Camera, Polarr, Oggl, MightyNetworks, Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+ 2, Apollo, Flare Effects, Camera-M, Google Photos, KD Pro, RNI Films, Focos, Halide, Camera+, Snapseed, Photoshop Express, Darkroom, Handy Photo, Lucid, AEE…

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How To Use iPhone Night Mode Camera On iPhone 11 & 11 Pro – iPhone Photography Article

Do you want to shoot jaw-dropping night photos with your iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro? In the past, iPhone night photography was challenging. But with iPhone 11 it’s easy! The new iPhone Night mode camera feature lets you capture stunning low-light photos with incredible color and detail. Read on to discover how to take unbelievable night photos with iPhone camera Night mode. Table Of Contents: iPhone Night Mode Camera Click any title link below to go straight to that…

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Phone Photography – Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider – Photography Article

With the recent launch of the iPhone 11 and an abundance of other great camera phones on the market, combined with the age old saying that there’s no better camera than the one you have in your pocket, this week I’m going to lay down some photo photography tips.  I’m Dave Williams, and every week I’m here on ScottKelby.com for #TravelTuesday – let’s do this! Firstly, our phone is often the closest camera to hand when a moment arises out…

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Review of the new Photo Editing Features in iOS 13 Photos App – iPhone Photography Article

Let’s start with the adjustments group. Adjustment group in iOS13 Photos App. This is the group with the newest features. Here you’ll find the following adjustments. Auto will try to adjust your photo automatically. Exposure will make your overall photo brighter or darker Brilliance allows you to brighten the shadows, tone down the highlights a bit and adjust the contrast to bring out more details all in one step. Highlights allows you to recover details in the highlights. Shadows. Use…

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Episode 316: iPhone 11 – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

Rudi Gladitsch In this episode Matt, Greg, Dave and Joseph talk about the new iPhone 11. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Rudi Gladitsch App Mentions: Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft Pix, IntroMate, Spectre, Carbon, Panols, Motion Stills, AirDisk Pro, SKRWT, Shortcuts, Quik, LUCiD, Mavis, Moment – Pro Camera, Polarr, Oggl, MightyNetworks, Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+ 2, Apollo, Flare Effects, Camera-M, Google Photos, KD Pro, RNI Films, Focos, Halide, Camera+, Snapseed, Photoshop Express, Darkroom, Handy Photo, Lucid, AEE MagiCam, Lumibee, Portrait by img.ly, Amazon Store: http://astore.amazon.com/tinyshutter-20……

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Apple is Trying to Trademark ‘Slofie’, the Slow Motion Selfie – Photography Article

Apple showed off slow-motion selfies at its iPhone 11 Pro unveiling this week and jokingly referred to them as “slofies.” But it turns out the company was more serious about the term than you may have thought — it has filed an application to trademark it. The trademark application, filed last Friday, aims to reserve the word “slofie” in connection with “downloadable computer software for use in capturing and recording video.” A new feature in the iPhone 11 series smartphones,…

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Compare 4 Apps For Photo Transfer – iPhone Photography Article

Are you looking for a photo transfer app to back up your iPhone photos to your computer? Perhaps you need to copy photos between your iPhone and iPad. Or maybe you want to share your photos to someone else’s device. There are plenty of apps for transferring your iPhone photos. But how do you decide which one to use? Read on to discover the 4 best iPhone photo transfer apps. And let us help you choose the best photo transfer…

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How to use leading lines for travel photography – iPhone Photography Article

Leading lines are one of the most essential concepts in photography. By using leading lines in your photos, you’ll give the eye of the viewer directions. Our brain loves lines and directions. So, Naturally, the eye of the viewer will follow those leading lines through your photo noticing everything along and at the end of the leading lines first.So as a photographer, it’s a common practice to place your main subject or subjects (I’m using plural on purpose here) along…

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8 Secrets For Fascinating Nature Macro Photography On iPhone – iPhone Photography Article

Do you want to explore the fascinating world of nature macro photography? With an iPhone macro lens, you can capture incredible close-ups of flowers, leaves, insects, and other small subjects. But for beautiful, sharp macro photos, you need to know a few tricks. Read on to discover 8 secrets for stunning nature macro photography with your iPhone. 1. Capture Close-Up Detail With An Add-On Macro Lens For iPhone Your iPhone’s built-in lenses can’t focus at very close distances. When you…

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Here’s an Apple Ad for iPhone 11 Pro’s Triple-Camera System – Photography Article

Apple just released this 38-second commercial touting the benefits of the new triple-camera system found in the newly announced iPhone 11 Pro. The iPhone 11 Pro and its triple-camera system. The ad shows a photo shoot with a dog in a sci-fi-style wind tunnel. We see the different field-of-views that can be captured with the three cameras: The 2x view captured with the 12MP 52mm f/2 telephoto camera: The 1x view captured with the 12MP 26mm f/1.8 wide camera: The…

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An Introduction to Studio Lighting – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

Most studio equipment falls under the categories below. There are several categories of advanced equipment not listed here, but that’s the subject of another lesson. Here are the basics. Strobes: The origin point of the light. The term “strobe” usually includes the bulb and the head unit that the bulb screws into. Strobes receive power either from a wall outlet, or a large battery pack. Modifiers: This includes all the add-ons that affect the way the light behaves.  The most common…

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12 Tips for Stunning Fall Foliage Photos | Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

That soft, golden light that appears in the hour before sunset and after sunrise is a landscape photographer’s dream, no matter what their subject is! Fall foliage is even more beautiful bathed in this perfect golden light.  But don’t forget about Blue Hour – those fleeting moments after the sun goes down in the evening, or before it rises in the morning. The cooler air of that time of day adds a blue tone to the light.  And since blue…

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Profoto to Release $300 Smartphone Flash Next Week: Report – Photography Article

Earlier this week, high-end lighting brand Profoto released a teaser for a new light that it claimed would “forever change the world of photography.” Don’t get too excited though: according to the most recent rumors, this “game-changing” product is an expensive LED flash for smartphones. This information comes from Photo Rumors, and as with all rumors, it should be taken with a grain of salt. However, PR is reporting with some confidence that Profoto will be revealing not one, but…

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Episode 315: Apple Announcement – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

In this episode Marc, Matt, Greg, Dave and Joseph talk about the Apple Event and the new products they announced. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Apple App Mentions: Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft Pix, IntroMate, Spectre, Carbon, Panols, Motion Stills, AirDisk Pro, SKRWT, Shortcuts, Quik, LUCiD, Mavis, Moment – Pro Camera, Polarr, Oggl, MightyNetworks, Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+ 2, Apollo, Flare Effects, Camera-M, Google Photos, KD Pro, RNI Films, Focos, Halide, Camera+, Snapseed, Photoshop Express, Darkroom, Handy Photo, Lucid, AEE MagiCam, Lumibee, Portrait by…

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The iPhone 11 Pro Features a New Triple Lens and Night Mode – Photography Article

Apple has just announced three new iPhones: the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. And, as usual, these iPhones come with new cameras and new camera technology. But will these new smartphones be enticing for photographers? And if you’re looking to purchase a new smartphone, should you grab an iPhone 11 Pro? Read on to find out. The iPhone 11 Pro Camera First things first: While Apple has announced three new iPhones, the iPhone…

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Discover The New iPhone 11 Camera Features – iPhone Photography Article

The brand new iPhone 11 models have been announced by Apple. And they feature the biggest camera upgrades ever! In this article, you’ll discover the amazing new camera features of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Read on to find out how these new iPhone cameras will help you take better photos than ever before. And let us help you choose the best new iPhone camera for you! The New iPhone 11 Camera Features There…

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Episode 314: Apple Predictions And Hopes – Tiny Shutter – iPhone Photography Article

Dean Whitmire In this episode Matt, Greg, and Dave talk about the upcoming Apple Announcement. Producers: Matt DeVore, Greg McMillan, Artful iPhotography Community, Bob Richter Post Pic of the Week Winner: Dean Whitmire App Mentions: Enlight Photofox, Brushstroke, ArtCard, Microsoft Pix, IntroMate, Spectre, Carbon, Panols, Motion Stills, AirDisk Pro, SKRWT, Shortcuts, Quik, LUCiD, Mavis, Moment – Pro Camera, Polarr, Oggl, MightyNetworks, Slow Shutter Cam, Camera+ 2, Apollo, Flare Effects, Camera-M, Google Photos, KD Pro, RNI Films, Focos, Halide, Camera+, Snapseed, Photoshop Express, Darkroom, Handy Photo, Lucid, AEE MagiCam, Lumibee, Portrait by img.ly, Amazon Store: http://astore.amazon.com/tinyshutter-20… This…

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How to Resize and Export Images for Social Media from Lightroom – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

Instagram is for mobile, not for the desktop. This means that images must be saved to your phone before you upload them to Instagram. And that means extra steps, like saving from Lightroom Classic to your computer, then sending that file to your phone via email, Air Drop, Dropbox, etc.  So I prefer to use the Lightroom Mobile app to share photos to Instagram, since it lets you skip a few of these steps.  If you’re not using the Lightroom…

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Shooting RAW with iPhone: 7 frequently asked questions and answers – iPhone Photography Article

A few years ago, Apple added an option to save photos shot on iPhone as RAW files. While the stock iOS camera app does not have this feature as of iOS13, many third-party camera apps allow you to save your photos in RAW format. In this FAQ, I’ll answer 7 questions about shooting RAW with iPhone.Can I shoot raw with iPhone?Yes, you can shoot RAW with iPhone, but you’ll need a third-party camera app like ProCamera. The stock camera app…

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Shooting RAW with iPhone: 7 questions & answers – iPhone Photography Article

Notice how much details you can recover from the dark areas of the photos if you shoot in RAW. How do I edit A RAW Photo on iPhone? You can compare editing a RAW file to developing a classic analog film. That’s why the process of editing a RAW file is often referred to as to digital develop a photo. You’ll need an app that is capable of reading a RAW file. One of the most prominent RAW editing apps…

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iPhone Art Girl — Today, September 6, “Sunflower, No Sun” and… – iPhone Photography Article

Today, September 6, “Sunflower, No Sun” and “Autumn’s Closing In” were featured by a new iPhone camera app developer, NeuralCam, in their Instagram Stories. NeuralCam is an exciting new kind of camera that uses AI to capture the most possible light in situations where the sun has already gone down, or isn’t really up yet. Even in the dark. I’ve been shooting with it – handheld – for the last five days and it’s got me fascinated. Sometimes I’m just…

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iPhone Art Academy | Create Digital Photo Art On Your iPhone – iPhone Photography Article

Dear Friend, Here’s the truth about iPhone photography: If you want your iPhone photos to stand out, you need to know how to edit them. And there are 2 ways to approach iPhone photo editing. First, there are the natural edits. This is when your photo reflects what you saw when you took it. Of course, you should always adjust the photo to emphasize what’s special about it. But if you’re doing natural editing right, your photos will always seem…

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