eBook

iPhone Photography How to Shoot, Edit and Share Great Photos

Working with Digital Photography School (DPS), Misho published his first ever ebook late last year.  iPhone Photography: How to Shoot, Edit and Share Great Photos is my attempt to help people realise the full potential of the iPhone as a creative photographic device. 

Over the book's 106 pages I talk about: 

  1. How the iPhone Camera works and how to use it to capture better images
  2. How to take more control of your iPhone using Camera Replacement Apps (with a rundown of the best ones)
  3. Advanced shooting techniques with ProCamera to gain maximum control over focusing and exposure
  4. How to find compelling subjects to shoot, including with the family, on the street, in nature, travelling and at night
  5. How to develop your own editing style
  6. A rundown of native iPhone editing functions
  7. An overview of the best editing apps including one touch, filter based andd professional editing apps, including step-by-step editing examples and techniques.
  8. How to add text and graphic elements to your photos
  9. How to share your images with family, friends and the wider mobile photography community
  10. How to get your images ready to print

The book also features in-depth interviews from some of the best iPhone photographers in the world, including: Benedicte GuillonJordi V.Pou,AikBeng Chia, Robert-Paul Jansen.

Here are some of the very kind things people have said about the book:

“iPhone Photography teaches classic photography tips and storytelling and makes them relevant when using your iPhone as a camera…. If you’re into mobile photography (or just curious about what all the fuss is about) this e-book is a fantastic resource.”

- Jen Pollack Bianco

“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 Pollock

And here are a few links to reviews: 

The book is available as a digital download and comes in both PDF and ePUB versions. 

You can download the eBook from the DPS site here