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  1. Capture Artful Moments With Your iPhone | Day 8 of 10

    DAY 8: CAPTURE ACTION. Action photography includes any subject in motion, such as children, concerts, pets, sports, transportation, etc. The first step in capturing action is to have your camera on hand and be ready to shoot. If there are people or pets in the photo, focus on their faces,…


  2. Capture Artful Moments With Your iPhone | Day 7 of 10

    DAY 7: CHANGE YOUR PERSPECTIVE. Perspective refers to the point of view the photograph was shot. You can dramatically alter a scene when you learn how to see it from different perspectives. We often get in the habit of seeing the world from one point of view— at eye level.…


  3. Capture Artful Moments With Your iPhone | Day 6 of 10

    DAY 6: GET ARTSY WITH BLACK AND WHITE. Look for fundamental design elements to photograph. Patterns and textures really stand out in monochromatic images. Capture leading lines, shapes, and graphic elements. Strong contrasts and shadows render beautifully in black-and white so do silhouettes on overcast days.  Remember the tips from…


  4. Capture Artful Moments With Your iPhone | Day 5 of 10

    DAY 5: LOOK FOR COLOR. One of the things I love about the iPhone is its capacity to capture color flare. I also love using the camera as a photo journal of collections, one of my favorite images to collect are colors. You can look for single colors in an…


  5. Capture Artful Moments With Your iPhone | Day 4 of 10

    DAY 4: TURN ON THE GRID—COMPOSITION BASICS. Composition—know what’s inside your frame. To make a strong photograph, everything in the frame should be there for a reason. Pick up your camera and look through the viewfinder. What do you see inside the frame? If you were to photograph the scene…


  6. Capture Artful Moments With Your iPhone | Day 3 of 10

    DAY 3: FOLLOW THE LIGHT. Photography is all about light. It’s the essence of an image. To make beautiful artful images, you need to learn to see and understand how to use and capture light. Notice where the light falls on your subject. For example, is the main light source…


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