Back in June of this year, Lee Morris, with the help of his crew, set out to do an entire fashion shoot using only an iPhone 3Gs.
Stuck in a rut when it comes to editing your photos? Looking for some fresh ideas? Then this is the article for you. 1 photograph, 125+ different edits. The majority of these looks can be created with any photo editing software. More than anything, this article is meant to inspire you to try different editing techniques. Unless stated otherwise, each edit was done in Photoshop.
Whether you are a seasoned pro, or just someone who likes to take photos, we’ve put together a list of the best photography apps for the iPhone. If want to learn about photography, take photos, edit photos, share photos or just have some fun with your photos, then these apps are for you. Unless stated otherwise, we have tested the following applications. Prices listed were recorded at the time of this article and might have changed. A few images in this review have been modified to preserve anonymity.
With over 100 trips to waterfalls under my belt, I thought I would share some tips and tricks I have learned along the way. Each waterfall experience can be very different from the next depending on the time of day, season and waterfall class. This guide aims to give you an overview of how I go about photographing and editing each image. I hope you find it helpful.
This was originally posted on DPC on March 22, 2009. I have made a few slight edits for this post. During my time on dpchallenge I have seen many discussions, statements & arguments in regards to some of the following topics. In some cases I have seen good photographers leave out of disagreement and/or frustration. I certainly don’t expect things to change as a whole, but if I can put a few things into perspective, hopefully it will affect some people in a positive manner.