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So You Want To Be A Semi-Pro Photographer? – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

So You Want To Be A Semi-Pro Photographer? – David Molnar CAMERA Once again, a camera is absolutely essential if you want to be a photographer, and if you’re in the market for an upgrade, the Canon 6D MK II is a great price for a full-frame camera that has a top-notch sensor. It’ll give you sharp and high quality images. There’s even a built-in GPS so you can geotag your photos inside the camera.FLASHYou can use the same flash as you did…

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How To Use The Histogram – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

How To Use The Histogram – David Molnar When you observe the histogram and notice gaps on either end, it clearly indicates that you have some missing information and that you can shift the exposure without losing detail. If you find your graph has inclined towards one side (either left or right), you still have the liberty to safely shift the exposure to cover a wider range of tones.In case of an overexposed image, the gap to the left of…

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Recommended iPhone Photo Accessories for 2021 – iPhone Photography Article

Recommended iPhone Photo Accessories for 2021 The Gorillapod has flexible legs. So it will securely stand on any surface, and you can even wrap it around, e.g., handrails. Even better, the Gorillapod magnetic has, as you may have guessed from the name, magnetic feet. The magnetic feet enable you to attach the Gorillapod to any magnetic structure, even upside down. I’ve illustrated that in the photo above, where I used the Gorillapod upside down on a metal window frame in…

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How to convert an iPhone Live Photo to a Long Exposure – iPhone Photography Article

How to convert an iPhone Live Photo to a Long Exposure Now drag the handle either from the right or left. A yellow marker will appear. Dragging either (or both) sides, you can change the exposure (from 3 seconds down to a millisecond) that is used to create the long exposure. So, Apple has given us the possibility to adjust the exposure of a long exposure after we’ve taken it. Isn’t that awesome? (Try that with a classic camera!) Hit…

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Recommended iPhone Camera Apps for 2021 – iPhone Photography Article

Recommended iPhone Camera Apps for 2021 Listing all the features of ProCamera app would probably fill a few pages. So here are the most important ones that I use regularly and why this app is also on my list of recommended Camera Apps for 2021: Supports manual settings for ISO and shutter speed Has ISO and shutter priority mode. In these modes, you either set ISO or shutter speed, and ProCamera will adjust the other setting. Offers exposure compensation from…

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iPhone Art Girl — Phoenix Rising, 2021. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker,… – iPhone Photography Article

iPhone Art Girl — Phoenix Rising, 2021. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker,… Phoenix Rising, 2021. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker, iPhoneArtGirl. Talent, OR. All rights reserved. Camera+2, iColoramaS, DarkroomWell, 2020 tore me apart, both physically and psychologically. And I am only one among the millions of us who have suffered unfathomable loss.Torn asunder, in the space I used to call “me,” I have experienced a depth of love and kindness I never imagined I could know. I have been fed, clothed,…

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Featured Student Photo: Ginger DeShaney – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Ginger DeShaney Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Ginger DeShaney was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her! via @sandywhitlowphotography on Facebook via @sandywhitlowphotography on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Ginger DeShaney appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Read Full Article

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iPhone Art Girl — Tragic Commons. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker,… – iPhone Photography Article

iPhone Art Girl — Tragic Commons. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker,… Tragic Commons. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker, iPhoneArtGirl. Talent, OR. All rights reserved. Camera+2, Hipstamatic, iColoramaS, TouchRetouch Both watching and experiencing the shameful mistreatment of lower class white children and women and all ages and genders of people of color – over and over throughout my life – makes it so simple to understand how human beings find themselves unable to trust the new vaccines will actually enhance their lives.…

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How To Avoid Glare On Glasses – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

How To Avoid Glare On Glasses – David Molnar If you are starting, then there is another alternative if your budget is tight. Suppose you are in an outdoor situation, if this is the case position your subject between you and the sun. Then, adjust your metering mode on your camera to ‘Spot Metering’ or ‘Center-Weighted Metering.’ What this does are two important things. The first tackles the reflection of the glasses, and the second is more technical.You are telling…

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iPhone Art Girl — Wild At Heart. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker,… – iPhone Photography Article

iPhone Art Girl — Wild At Heart. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker,… Wild At Heart. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker, iPhoneArtGirl. Talent, OR. All rights reserved.  Camera+2Wild At Heart. When I stand up all afternoon and into the night – cooking whole grains and meat, organic vegetables and fruits from scratch – dancing around the kitchen to tunes playing on mvyradio on a little Sony digital speaker using Bluetooth on my old iPhone8+, I feel so rich I can’t imagine…

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iPhone Art Girl — Wild At Heart. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker,… – iPhone Photography Article

iPhone Art Girl — Wild At Heart. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker,… Wild At Heart. © 2020, Meri Aaron Walker, iPhoneArtGirl. Talent, OR. All rights reserved.  Camera+2 I know I lost my home and everything I ever owned… I am perfectly aware that I have been crawling on my belly, once again, across a rough and wildly uncomfortable desert of sorrow. I don’t forget that I’ve spent hundreds of hours of my life trapped on a Mobius strip as I…

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*UPDATE* “Exposed to the Light” An invitation to view our short film – iPhone Photography Article

*UPDATE* “Exposed to the Light” An invitation to view our short film Nanette Faye Photography “This film reflects a part of my truth and pain, of your pain and of humanity’s pain. Sharing this project first with small groups of family and friends feels natural in many ways.My Message…SELF LOVE! TRUTH And HEALING.”– Ashley Watts, LMT UPDATE: To date, our film has been viewed by over 100 people, many of who honored us by staying to participate in a short discussion at…

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Capturing Christmas Lights – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

Capturing Christmas Lights – David Molnar ISOSince you will be shooting at night you may need to use a high ISO setting. Keeping the ISO as low as possible will help to reduce the risk of grain. An ISO of 400 is a great starting point, and you can increase it for images that are too dark. Shutter speedA slower shutter speed keeps the camera shutter open for a longer period of time, allowing more light to reach the sensor. Try…

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2020 Holiday + Christmas Gift Guide – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

2020 Holiday + Christmas Gift Guide – David Molnar Mentor Favorite {All our Mentors LOVE this backpack!}Brevity Jumper Photo Backpack Why we all love it: It stores our gear and makes us look good! A backpack that is functional, stylish, and easily protects every piece of gear, yes please! David and Rich’s Favorite CamerasCanon EOS RThe Canon EOS R Mirrorless camera is small, quiet, and is great for low light situations. It’s one of Canon’s best full frame sensors. No matter what…

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Award-Winning iPhone Photography Online Courses – iPhone Photography Article

Award-Winning iPhone Photography Online Courses li{float:left;position:relative}#menu-new-primary-menuli:first-child{margin-left:0}#menu-new-primary-menulia{height:115px;padding:0 8px;font:normal 18px/115px ‘Open Sans’,sans-serif;text-transform:uppercase;color:#fff;letter-spacing:-1px;font-weight:700}#menu-new-primary-menu .sub-menu{display:none;z-index:10}ul.sub-menu{border-top:2px solid #c10505;position:absolute;top:80px;left:0;background:#353535;list-style:none;margin:0;min-width:185px;white-space:nowrap}ul.sub-menu li{padding:0 12px}ul.sub-menu a{font:normal 16px/50px ‘Open Sans’,sans-serif;color:#fff;height:50px;display:block;border-top:2px solid #676767;line-height:50px!important}ul.sub-menu li:first-child a{border-top:0}.top-line{text-align:center;font-size:14px;color:#fff;font-weight:700;line-height:29px;font-family:’Open… This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by Kate Wesson Read Full Article

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Featured Student Photo: Sandy Whitlow – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Sandy Whitlow Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Sandy Whitlow was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her!via @sandywhitlowphotography on Facebook via @sandywhitlowphotography on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Sandy Whitlow appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by Kristen Cook Read Full Article

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How to take a Long Exposure Photo with iPhone – iPhone Photography Article

How to take a Long Exposure Photo with iPhone Slow Shutter Cam App does one thing and does it exceptionally well, and that is helping you to take a long exposure photo with iPhone. Meanwhile, a lot of similar apps were released. But I’m still sticking to this long exposure camera app for the following reasons: Excellent Image Quality. Dedicated shooting modes for light trails, motion blur, and night photography. Manual ISO control. You can even adjust some aspects of…

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Featured Student Photo: Kaci Moran – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Kaci Moran Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Kaci Moran was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her!via @kaci.moran.5 on Facebook via @kaci_moran on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Kaci Moran appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Read Full Article

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Mous Limitless 3.0 iPhone Case with wrist strap – iPhone Photography Article

Mous Limitless 3.0 iPhone Case with wrist strap At the time of writing (Nov. 2020), the new Moment Cases for iPhone 12 that support attaching a wrist strap are available for preorder and will ship only in March 2020. As this is still a few months away, I needed an interim solution and looked for an iPhone 12 Pro Max case supporting a wrist strap. Surprisingly, even in the 13th iPhone year, finding such a case is still a difficult…

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Crepuscular Light – Tim’s Reflection Connection – iPhone Photography Article

Crepuscular Light – Tim’s Reflection Connection I recently encountered this phrase and was unfamiliar with it. Apparently it refers to light rays, beams of light emanating from a bright source through enough atmospheric haze or debris as to cause those beautiful rays of light: crepuscular light. Crepuscular rays or “God rays” are sunbeams that originate when the sun is below the horizon, during twilighthours.[3] Crepuscular rays are noticeable when the contrast between light and dark is most obvious. Crepuscular comes…

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Crepuscular Light – Tim’s Reflection Connection – iPhone Photography Article

Crepuscular Light – Tim’s Reflection Connection I recently encountered this phrase and was unfamiliar with it. Apparently it refers to light rays, beams of light emanating from a bright source through enough atmospheric haze or debris as to cause those beautiful rays of light: crepuscular light. Crepuscular rays or “God rays” are sunbeams that originate when the sun is below the horizon, during twilighthours.[3] Crepuscular rays are noticeable when the contrast between light and dark is most obvious. Crepuscular comes…

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Featured Student Photo: Angela Sloat – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Angela Sloat Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Angela Sloat was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her!via @latinshortyyy92 on Facebook via @jerseygirl.adventures on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Angela Sloat appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Read Full Article

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iPhone 12 Pro Max from a Photography Perspective – iPhone Photography Article

iPhone 12 Pro Max from a Photography Perspective 2. Longer Telephoto Lens of the iPhone 12 Pro Max The iPhone 12 Pro Max comes with a slightly longer telephoto lens compared to the iPhone 12 Pro. While the iPhone 12 Pro still has the 2x telephoto lens with an aperture of ƒ/2.0 you know from the iPhone 11 Pro, the iPhone 12 Pro Max ships with 2.5x telephoto lens with an aperture of ƒ/2.2. This means, on one hand, you’ll…

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How to shoot RAW on iPhone – iPhone Photography Article

How to shoot RAW on iPhone Adobe Lightroom Mobile can already open and process Apple ProRAW photos. But as I mentioned, this feature will be available with iOS 14.3, which is currently in beta. What is the difference between a RAW and a JPG photo? A JPEG photo is automatically processed by the camera app. The app applies adjustments like noise reduction, contrast, or vibrancy, just to name a few. Lastly, a JPEG file is a file format with lossy…

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9 Fun Photography Challenges to Push You Out of Your Comfort Zone – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

9 Fun Photography Challenges to Push You Out of Your Comfort Zone – David Molnar Challenge #4: Less is MoreI like to be prepared for any situation, especially when it comes to photography. I typically go out with a bazillion lenses, flashes, batteries, and gadgets for any possible situation and have a pair of 128GB cards in my camera at all times (plus a whole lot of backup cards just in case). This can be a problem for two reasons: First,…

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Featured Student Photo: Marissa Gindele – iPhone Photography Article

Featured Student Photo: Marissa Gindele Featured Student Photo Thrilled to share a recent student photo! Marissa Marie Gindele was recently featured in our Photo Mentorship Roundup email. We are honored to feature her!via @Gindelephotography on Facebook via @gindelephotography on Instagram The post Featured Student Photo: Marissa Gindele appeared first on David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor. This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Read Full Article

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Buyer’s Guide: 7 Tips to Help You (Safely) Buy Used Photography Gear Online – David Molnar – iPhone Photography Article

Buyer’s Guide: 7 Tips to Help You (Safely) Buy Used Photography Gear Online – David Molnar Now, as with anything you buy second-hand, there is always the risk the seller may be trying to trick you and get rid of damaged items at your expense. This is true when buying a used car, computer, and even cameras. However, just like if you were to buy a used car, you would probably do some research on the seller, find reviews of the…

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The Tree that Defies Gravity – Tim’s Reflection Connection – iPhone Photography Article

The Tree that Defies Gravity – Tim’s Reflection Connection When we were in the process of purchasing our home, the home inspector asked if we had noticed what he called “the tree that defies gravity.” Neither of us had. Here are some photos of the tree that literally defies gravity. I think it’s an old growth Sitka Spruce, but I’m not 100% certain. Tree hugging Steve is in the photo to provide a sense of scale as…

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The Tree that Defies Gravity – Tim’s Reflection Connection – iPhone Photography Article

The Tree that Defies Gravity – Tim’s Reflection Connection When we were in the process of purchasing our home, the home inspector asked if we had noticed what he called “the tree that defies gravity.” Neither of us had. Here are some photos of the tree that literally defies gravity. I think it’s an old growth Sitka Spruce, but I’m not 100% certain. Tree hugging Steve is in the photo to provide a sense of scale as…

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