Press Release: July 30, 2012
Sixty Tips for Creative iPhone Photography--New from Rocky Nook
Santa Barbara, CA—July 31, 2012—In Sixty Tips for Creative iPhone Photography (Rocky Nook, $24.95 USD), author Martina Holmberg shares sixty tips that cover everything from shooting and editing photos using your iPhone's basic features, to using third-party apps for turning ordinary snapshots into unique and artistic images. The book is filled with images that illustrate each tip and technique.
Also included are two guest galleries that showcase iPhone photos from professional photographers Dominique James and Uwe Steinmueller. You'll be amazed and inspired by the artistic photography that can be achieved using the iPhone.
- Shooting and editing photos using the iPhone's standard features
- Using the camera's limitations to your advantage
- Developing your photographic eye
- Composing interesting snapshots of your everyday environment
- Using third-party apps
- Capturing portraits
- Shooting videos
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Sixty Tips for Creative iPhone Photography
Publisher: Rocky Nook
By Martina Holmberg
Print ISBN: 9781937538125
Print Price: $24.95
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