October 2015

Abandoned Places with your Smartphone

If, when you pass by an abandoned house, you get the urge to go inside or are curious about who lived there, if you hear rust...

27 October 2015

Taking a Closer Look at the Pixi Mini Tripod

This is the seventh and final installment in our series of posts on Manfrotto’s KLYP System.  Here are links to previous posts: Part 1: Overview of...

26 October 2015

Taking a Closer Look at the SMT LED Light

This is the sixth installment of the seven-part series of posts on Manfrotto’s KLYP System.  Here are links to previous posts: Part 1: Overview of Attachment...

26 October 2015

Discovering Spectra.

One of the most difficult situations in which a photographer can find himself forced to work is that in which there is insufficient light to take...

26 October 2015

Staging: another way to approach photography

There’s no denying that lots of photographers adore street photography and travel photography, with their stolen moments and improvised candid shots. I’m one of those that...

25 October 2015

Creative Blur with your Smartphone

A “blurred” shot is normally considered to be a technical due to camera movement or to an overly long exposure of a subject in motion. Many...

23 October 2015

Add Instant Drama and Atmosphere to Your iPhone Photographs with Simulations and Other Surreal Effects

By the light of the moon… People often inquire about my “nighttime” photographs that they assume have been taken by the light of the moon made...

20 October 2015

Landscape photography with your smartphone

In many aspects, a smartphone is the ideal camera for landscape photography: its fixed wideangle lens (usually 35 mm) is the most suitable, the sensor works...

16 October 2015

Instagram: Using an application for retouching photos

Ahhhh Instagram… It unchains the masses, inspires creativity, bursts with imagination and beautiful pictures, and makes practically all of us crazy! Some accounts are overloaded with...

16 October 2015

Create Rich, Intricate iPhone Pieces with a ‘Slow-Build’ Layering Technique

If you want to create mobile art with intricacy, depth, and interest, you’ll want to make use of a variety of apps, and a variety of...

15 October 2015

Mobile shooting in cemeteries

If you like sculpture and architecture or solemn and somewhat decayed environments, then cemeteries can be a great source of photographic subjects for you. Funeral monuments,...

14 October 2015

Street photography and photographing people; photos from a variety of trips

Just between us, what’s better and more inspiring than travel for taking beautiful photographs? Nothing, in my opinion, unless perhaps pictures of people, so for my...

09 October 2015

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