Three weeks ago, together with Digital Photography School, I launched the first comprehensive ebook on how to take professional photos with your iPhone. The ‘iPhone Photography’ eBook has been very well recieved by both beginners and professionals alike.
To celebrate the success of the new eBook (and the launch of the new iPhone), DPS are giving away an 16GB iPhone 5 to one buyer of the eBook. The competition runs until October 2, is worldwide and the winner even gets to select the colour of the phone! What better way to improve your iPhone Photography than getting your hands on the iPhone 5?
Here are a few testimonials that have come through about the ebook:
“Thanks so much – I bought a copy earlier today and have spent the last 4 hours using my iPhone to take photos I’d never have thought possible with it. As I started to read this it became clear to me why I had been getting such average results from my iPhone in the past and how to improve them. Thanks DPS!” – Barbara (blog comment)
“‘iPhone Photography’ is a wonderful and inspiring guide to this revolution in photography. While written so clearly that even a total beginner can quickly learn how to take high quality photos, this eBook is valuable for iPhoneographers of all skill levels. The book shares all of the secrets you need to know in order to make great artistic images using your iPhone and selected camera and photo apps. It inspires you to explore the tools and techniques by actually using them, which is the best method of learning.” – Jens Daemgen – Creator of ProCamera App
“If you’re the owner of either the iPhone 4S or iPhone 4 versions of Apple’s iPhones, this eBook, iPhone Photography – How to shoot, edit and share great photographs, is the right choice for you. It will show you everything from setting up your camera to using the best apps, sharing pictures with the community. And will even teach you photography if you just got interested in the medium through the use of your iPhone.” – Pixiq.com (review)
Feel free to ask us any questions you may have about the book in the Disqus comments below. Otherwise, shoot me a tweet.
Head over to the Digital Photography School site for more information on how to purchase the book and go in the running to win the new iPhone 5.
I’ve been shooting on an iPhone for over two years now. In that time i’ve gone through a number of hashtags to let people know that my images are taken on a mobile (my motivation for this will be left for another day).
Over the past six months, I have retired #iphoneography on my posts and started using #mobilephotography. I did this to open up the terminology of what we do, rather than focus on a particular brand/product.
I was interested to see which tag was more popular on the net. Using Topsy’s free analytics service I was able to compare today’s mentions for both tags. I was very suprised to see the massive gap between the two terms. #iphoneography was mentioned 2,404 over the past 24 hours while #mobilephotography only had 77 mentions. The diagram below shows the use of both terms by the hour, the visualisation further highlights the gap between the terms.
What do you guys think? Should I start using #iphoneography again? Or will the term #mobilephotography grow?
For those of you in Sydney, I, along with six other Australian iPhoneographers will be exhibiting our work at the George Street Apple Store from 5.30pm onwards this Thursday 12 May. The exhibition is a part of the epic, city-wide Head On Photo Festival.
Come join Oliver Lang, Lara Holz, Alex Kessalaar, Greg Briggs, Lesley Bourne, Michael Sutton and myself talk about all this iPhoneography.
I will be doing a live apping demonstration on the night, showing off my Camera + , Photo FX and Photogene skills, I may even throw back to some Hipstamatic.
Let me know if there are any of my photos you would like to see processed live. Really excited!!
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