iPhone Apps for High Quality Photos

iPhone Photography: Composition, Photography Apps, After Effects, Sharing
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  • Lectures 32
  • Contents Video: 1.5 hours
    Other: 6 mins
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 11/2014 English

Course Description

LATEST: The course is updated to summer 2016.

NEW: I'm now posting news about the iOS photography apps that are free on specific dates. Don't miss one of these great freebies.

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If you want to take photos that are so awesome people won't believe you shot them with an iPhone, this course is for you. Using a combination of easy-to-learn photographic techniques and a variety of iPhone apps, you'll quickly learn how to compose dynamic images, then tweak them to perfection using great shooting and post-production apps.

Course includes videos that show the best iPhone apps, the features of each, and examples of how to best use each of the applications.

What you'll learn

  • exposure - why exposure is so important in getting that great shot (avoid blown out skies or ultra-dark shadows)
  • composition - subject placement is everything; learn how to place your main subject at the intersection of a "rule of thirds" grid
  • native iPhone camera features - why it's fine to shoot with the native iPhone camera and then do post-processing with other apps
  • want more control over your original shot than you can get with the native iPhone camera? Learn the apps that give you pro-level control.
  • my favorite apps to explode color saturation
  • post-production apps that will get you a ton of Instagram followers

Just because you shoot with an iPhone doesn't mean you can't get outstanding photos of people, places and things. In fact, once you delve into iPhone photo apps you'll be surprised at the masterpieces you create.

Why you should listen to me . . .

Although I'm "an amateur", my photographs have appeared in the pages of Sky & Telescope, Astronomy, History Magazine,Travelog, and many more. Good news for students - you don't have to be a fulltime "pro" to get your work seen by raving fans or paying publications and websites.

What students are saying…

"Love this course and am so glad I joined it. I have never had any confidence in my ability to take photos. What I found really useful about this course were the examples Nancy uses. When she explains what's good or bad about her own photos it helps with understanding her instructions about composition, lighting, etc. I'd heard about the rule of thirds before but hadn't got why it was so important untilshe showed the photo of the bird and it clicked! I hadn't heard about the golden ratio before but that's super helpful and easy to understand too. I also love that she recommends helpful apps. There are so many on the App Store that you could spend a fortune before you find the ones you really need. All in all this is an excellent course, highly recommended for anyone who doesn't want to schlep a big camera around yet still take good photos" - Michelle

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What are the requirements?

  • An iPhone
  • Suggested apps

What am I going to get from this course?

  • compose dynamic photos
  • tweak so-so images into WOW photos
  • learn the secrets behind the Rule of Thirds and the Golden Ratio
  • discover the apps that turn dull photos to vivid, unforgettable images
  • learn which apps give you the most control over post-production
  • how to find free or inexpensive iPhone photo apps

What is the target audience?

  • The course is meant for people who want to take great iPhone photos
  • No prior iPhone photography knowledge is needed
  • Willingness to experiment with iPhone apps is a plus!

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Contact Me
Contact Me
Preview
1 page
Section 2: iPhone Photo Basics
Why I Now Use an iPhone for Photography
Preview
05:33
READ THIS NOW
Article
Section 1 Challenge
Article
Section 3: Composition
Rule of Thirds
04:50
The Golden Ratio
03:38
04:07

You can take the same picture from many, many angles (high, low, really high, ground low, side) - and each image will have a different impact. This lesson is all about perspective photography with your iPhone

3 questions

Test your smarts about photo composition!

Section 2 Challenge
Article
Section 4: Light: Good, Bad, Ugly
Life is Golden During the Golden Hours
Preview
04:37
Backlight, Sidelight, Straight On
05:32
2 questions

Light makes an image. It's true.

Section 3 Challenge
Article
Section 5: All the Apps You'll Ever Need
Presets Explained
02:30
Snapseed
05:48
TinType
03:03
Hipstamatic
Preview
06:48
03:50

A tap-by-tap video of how to use the features on Hipstamatic.

MagiCam
03:27
Slow Shutter Apps
06:45
Pro Camera 8
08:09
1 question

(Hint) It's one with the turquoise camera body.

Section 4 Challenge
Article
Section 6: Post-Production: Editing Apps
100 Cameras in 1
02:29
Photo Toaster
04:12
PS Express
Preview
03:19
High Dynamic Range (HDR)
06:03
PhotoGene
04:49
03:10

Second thoughts on HDR - specifically the scenes and settings where HDR can save an underexposed or overexposed image

The Hammers in Your Toolbox
Article
1 question

HDR - what do you think?

Section 6 Challenge
Article
Section 7: Want to Share?
Watermarking Images
02:48
Let's Make a Collage
02:49
Section 7 Challenge
Article
Section 8: Thank You
What Else Do You Want to Learn?
Article

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