Years ago, when I was a wedding photographer I used a Hasselblad. It took 120 or 220 film. As a wedding photographer (way back in the 1980s) we used flash for just about all of the photos indoors. If you used a rectangular format camera you would need to shift the flash every time you changed from vertical to horizontal. Very annoying. That’s what was great about the Hasselblad. It took square photos…no shifting needed.

Now, if you use an iPhone, square is an option. It’s the option I used most of the time. It allows you to “crop” in the camera (iPhone). It’s one of my favorite features. If you don’t already shoot in squares try it. Maybe you’ll become a square like me.


This is only a snippet of a iPhone Photography Article written by Joel Heffner

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