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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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Studio Lights for Smartphone Photographers – Photography Article

Profoto has announced the new C1 and C1 Plus, the company’s first studio lights for smartphone photographers. The pocket-sized lights pair with the Profoto Camera smartphone app to help you create “professional images with just a simple click,” Profoto says. “The light the C1 product range delivers is natural looking and beautiful with a soft, gentle fall-off, and that’s partly because of the shape,” the company states. “Each light is round, like the sun. […] [Y]ou will always have natural-looking,…

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These Are the Best Phones for Night Photos: DxOMark – Photography Article

DxOMark has announced an update to its smartphone camera quality testing methodology that adds two new scores for each phone: Night for dedicated low-light modes and Wide for ultra-wide lenses. The Wide score is in response to the ultra-wide camera modules being introduced in smartphones over the past few years, starting with the LG G5 in 2016. The Night score covers the rise of computational photography techniques that have brought special new low-light abilities to newer phones. To test the…

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How to Shoot Infrared Photography with a Smartphone – Photography Article

I will start with a warning: Digital Infrared Photography is not easy, and this will get technical fast. Backstory It all started when I saw some awesome Instagram photos in infrared and I ordered an IR filter (an 88mm ice 760nm from B&H to be more precise) not knowing much about infrared. Filters usually range from 590 to 800-900nm and usually, this kind of colored infrared shots are obtained with 590nm on a modded camera because it lets some visible…

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