Write a few words on Wordless Wednesday and surprise someone with a handwritten note—yours.
With just one weird trick, you can improve the photographic skills of your friends.
The two unlikeliest bedfellows are natural companions when it comes to self-expression.
I really hate Venetian blinds. But they do make useful photographic props.
Our annual season of bounty is ripe with photo opps and apps to capture the sparkle.
New Orleans turned on its Christmas light show, and I turned on my iPhone. So did others.
When you let it, your iPhone will push you to use your imagination to see what your eyes cannot.
The ease with which we can choose color over black and white shouldn’t determine our choice.
There’s a little-known pro feature built into your iPhone camera that will increase your odds of capturing a great action shot.
When you encounter an interior that is as impressive as the Texas State Capitol’s dome, you’ll need to shoot like a Texan.
While it may be possible to predict the future, it’s much easier to predict the past–thanks to the 1964 World’s Fair.
Compare an image in black and white with its color counterpart. How do your impressions differ?
Take a quick, self-administered test to see how your perspective on Austin stacks up.
As good as panoramas get on the iPhone, there’s even more fun to be had with photo editing apps.
Try editing sea glass (either the tiny frosted bits hidden on saltwater islands, or the wine that demands sipping) within Apple’s iOS 8.