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Top iPhoneography Tips

Still, these days, we can get some pretty great prints from our iPhoneography, too. And what’s not to love about having a decent camera with you at all times? You can also compose, meter, and focus your photos similarly to how you would with a “nice” camera. Additionally, there are some awesome apps that you can use to give your pictures extra pizazz.

First, let’s chat about exposure and focusing. Decide where you want to focus your image. Tap on the appropriate section, then use the slider with the sun (next to the box) to measure the brightness or exposure of your photo. Hold still, and capture!

  1. 8mm: This app was used in the creation of an Oscar-winning film. Seriously! It has a wide range of vintage options and can help you capture the beauty and nostalgia of vintage movies.

  2. Hipstamatic: Another retro or vintage style app, Hipstamatic throws it way back. From 1890s tintype filters, to the more recent Polaroid variety.

  3. Incredibooth: A quintessential and kitschy experience. Fun selfie photo and video strips. Need I say more?

  4. Cinemagraph: Not quite a photo, not quite a video. Cinemagraphs can be dazzling in the hands of the right person or applied to the perfect image.

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