Stunning and Professional Portraiture Images Captured with the Apple iPhone

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This series highlights the professional capabilities of the Apple iPhone as a professional portraiture device. Each image is beautifully shot and processed, all completely mobile. Testament to the photographer, model and the device. Enjoy these compelling images… (foreword by Joanne … Read more

Top Tips – Professional Portraiture With Your Smartphone

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We are delighted to publish this interesting article by our Tech Editor, Martin Duerr. This is a thorough article full of tips to help you capture professional portraiture with your smartphone. We have published some great articles by Duerr in the past, all featuring ways to help you improve your mobile photography – if you have missed those, please go here. I think you will enjoy this very much… 

“In the 1990’s it was unheard of to take mobile phone images, or even for the concept to exist.  Camera development is in part, driven by mobile photography. Last week Leica, the German lens and camera manufacturer, well known for their high-end products announced a collaboration with Huawei.

Compared to “traditional“ cameras (those with mirrors and without) phones have one huge drawback that especially affects portraiture photography. All phones use a fixed wide angle lens (with the iPhone the equivalent would be a 35mm lens on a full frame camera). While today there is a trend for photographers to shoot using 35 mm lenses … often it is too wide angled.

One last word before we discuss the basics: it is important to remember that the zoom on your iPhone is a digital zoom not an optical zoom. Therefore, you will see a deterioration in quality if you shoot using it”.

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How to Improve your Mobile Photography Skills by Martin Duerr for TheAppWhisperer

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We are delighted to publish this wonderful article by our Tech Editor, Martin Duerr. He has created a step-point feature, full of tips to help focus your mobile photography skill-set. Don’t miss this (foreword by Joanne Carter).

 

“Guess what? Yes, you constantly need to improve your photography skills … not only with your professional equipment, your small pocket sized camera is worth any effort to get more out of it. Whatever you are looking for: better image quality in terms of a technical aspect, or in terms of compositing, “messages”, image buildup and so on.

Here are some facts and tips you can use to improve your ability to take images you want”.

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Photo Tool Apps – ‘Signal to Noise’ – Using An iPhone in Low Light Conditions

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We’re delighted to publish this latest article to our Photo Tool Apps section by Martin Duerr who heads it up. This time he has taken a look at ‘noise’ within iOS images and recommends ways to eliminate it, don’t miss … Read more

Photo Tool Apps – Taking A Look At Workflow For Mobile Photographers with Martin Duerr

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We are delighted to publish this very interesting article by our Photo Tool App Editor, Martin Duerr.  Our Photo Tool App section is brand new and one that we feel is incredibly important. This section is designed to essentially help … Read more

Brand New Section For TheAppWhisperer – Utilising Your DSLR/Mirrorless/Medium Format Cameras With Apps!

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We’re very excited to launch a brand new section to TheAppWhisperer today, this section will be entitled Photo Tool Apps and essentially help you operate and utilize your DSLR’s, mirrorless and medium/large format cameras with specialised apps. We have covered … Read more

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