iPhoneography has become increasingly popular over the last couple of years, and with the introduction of the iPhone X, it seems like more and more people are ditching their DSLRs for their phones.
Apple has released a series of brand new educational videos (opens in new tab) that aim to help people shoot like a true photography master with their iPhone!
The videos include a large variety of content for the iPhone X...
- How to shoot slo-mo on iPhone X
- How to shoot using backlight on iPhone X
- How to shoot Burst mode on iPhone X
- How to shoot with Pano on iPhone X
- How to shoot a Portrait selfie on iPhone X
- How to edit a Portrait Selfie on iPhone X
… and a ton of other mobile photography and videography tutorials for other photography techniques.
- How to create a bouncing Live Photo
- How to shoot in black and white
- How to adjust slo-mo timing
- How to shoot an overhead
- How to experiment with framing
- How to experiment with color
- How to compose with telephoto camera
- How to shoot with Portrait Lighting
- How to edit Portrait Lighting effects
- How to shoot a close-up
- How to shoot a vertical Pano
- How to shoot without a flash
- How to shoot action
- How to shoot a selfie with the timer
- How to capture a unique angle
- How to shoot with zoom
- How to shoot stills while filming
- How to shoot with street light
- How to shoot a bold and simple image
- How to shoot during golden hour
- How to shoot a one-handed selfie
- How to shoot a sunset silhouette
- How to capture an intimate moment
- How to shoot a great portrait
- How to shoot a group portrait
- How to shoot a horizon
- How to shoot a backlit subject
Are you excited to start shooting?
Which of of these videos will you be sure to check out? Is there a particular technique that Apple should include in this new series of videos?
Let us know what you think in the comments down below!
Cella writes for iMore on social and photography. She's a true crime enthusiast, bestselling horror author, lipstick collector, buzzkill, and Sicilian. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram: @hellorousseau
These are great... but since I don't have an iPhone X, do they have any tips for people with iPhone 8 or 8 plus?
I believe all of these also apply to the iPhone 8/8 Plus, and earlier iPhones to be honest
It's about time Apple started making their camera app inline with other camera apps, so being able to take RAW photos, and being able to access camera settings inside the camera app, rather than having to go into settings.
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