Compare an image in black and white with its color counterpart. How do your impressions differ?
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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.
In that elusive effort to get to the rainbow’s pot of gold, my camera comparison yielded some surprising results.
Shake ’em, shoot ’em, edit ’em—it’s all good when you mix Mexican martinis with an iPhone 5s and Adobe Lightroom.
The serenity of a blue mountain dusk is interrupted by color, and recorded by iPhone.
All creatures great and small succumb to a universal truth: We don’t want to be kept out.
You can use your iPhone like a macro camera to offer up more than one surprise inside.
It’s always sweet to find that unexpected reward in your photographs—that unexpected extra detail to make the shot an image.
Photographers, like painters, present their vision of what they see to the world. Like painters, they’re artists. Talk with them about their art the same way.
When you’re in a car, itching to shoot what’s flashing by, but there’s a window and 75 mph between you and your fast-moving subjects, you can still shoot the scenery with these pro tips.
Did your (very) human eye see the scene you photographed and post-processed the way your HDR image looks? Not likely.