There is a lot of chatter on the Internet from Pro Photographers explaining how an iPhone camera can never replace a high end DSLR in a Professional’s hands. I don’t try to put them all into one group. Even a smartphone camera in the right hands will result in photos ‘better’ than those produced by someone without the experience.
Rather than choose a side, why not explore the options to get the most out of a iPhone camera. There are going to be a lot of times opportunity presents it’s self and the full digital camera is sitting back on the kitchen table. Photography Week, a Universal app digital photography magazine is offering suggestions on getting more out of that iPhone camera that is always available in your pocket.
This week’s issue is an ‘iPhone Special’. There is a few apps covered, the usual group you have seen elsewhere (no new surprises), I enjoyed the articles they included on doing more with the iPhone than just photo adjustments. Lighting, angles, views, coloring and other interesting perspectives are covered.
If your reading this, you most likely take photos with your iPhone. You may even share your photos with friends on Instagram.
Are you a auto racing fan? Know about the 24 hours of Le Mans? Over 24 hours, a lot can happen on and off the race track. Especially in the case of this particular race since there is a wide variety of cars from the top automotive brands around the world. Names you know like Audi, Peugeot, Nissan, Porsche, Mazda and Ferrari. Each trying to solve the problem of being in the lead at the end of the 24 hours. There are many unique things to see everywhere. Like many major events, capturing the atmosphere in photographs to share can be difficult.
L’endurance Magazine took the challenge on and have released a special electronic issue of photographs from the 2012 Le Mans event, all shot using an iPhone and the Instagram app. It is very impressive! Download your free copy directly from their site: lendurance.co.uk