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David DeNagel – iPhone 7 Plus Portfolio

David DeNagel – iPhone 7 Plus Portfolio

“Photography gives me something to look forward to each day. I feel most myself when engaged in its craft. I can not imagine my life without it. A good photographic image can transform the literal into something extraordinary; something suggestive, thought provoking, heart felt. It is both revealing yet also elusive; it resonates on a

Festive tutorial roundup

Practise your editing skills over the holidays by trying out these festive tutorials.   How to create this dreamy image on an iPhone with an Olloclip lens by Kayan Ensan Creative iPhone photographer, Kayan Ensan shows us how he created his beautiful image in this detailed step-by-step tutorial which covers many useful iPhoneography skills and techniques. Supermarket

Tutorial: How to create this dreamy image on an iPhone with an Olloclip lens

Creative iPhone photographer, Kayan Ensan shows us how he created his beautiful image in this detailed step-by-step tutorial which covers many useful iPhoneography skills and techniques. Thank you Kasan. I discovered Kayan Ensan’s close-up work while browsing through Flickr pages a few days ago and stumbled on his rather beautifully executed dreamy Christmas image. This image was

How to easily create Christmas Bokéh on your iPhone

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and Happy holidays from iPhoneographyCentral.com If you’re just getting started in using apps to create interesting effects on your iPhone, here’s a nice easy way to start. I have been having great fun experimenting with creating with fun ways to create these lovely background blur shapes (Bokéh) and there really are lots

Street photography video: Hunting out the light and how to isolate colour in an image

Here’s another video I made with with the crew from London for Adorama TV. It was so inspiring to be back in London. So many wonderful textures and photo opportunities. In this video I talk about how hunting out the light and looking for shapes in the shadows can be used creatively in street photography. Of course,

Do you “Dislike” this streetphotography video? Calling iPhoneographers.

Hi guys, I need a bit of support here. Those of you who use your iPhone a lot will know how we mobile photographers are not always taken seriously even though we’ve been around now for a few years, winning major awards (in both mobile and regular photography competitions) featuring on front covers like “Time” magazine.

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