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Publisher Description

Big World Little Lens - The Complete Guide to iPhone Photography will teach you everything you need to know about taking great photos with your iPhone.   


Included in this book are videos highlighting some of my favorite apps, 10 tips to improve your iPhone Photography, apps and workflow recommendations, gear suggestions, a Hipstamatic flash/film/lens comparison, and ways to send as well as extend your Instagr.am.  The final section presents a gallery of  my iPhone images from around the world highlighting the apps I used to make them.   Whether it is a trip to Paris, family reunion, or a walk in the park your iPhone will have you covered!  

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2012
March 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
118
Pages
PUBLISHER
Hossedia LLC
SELLER
Hossedia LLC
SIZE
255.9
MB

Customer Reviews

TennaMe ,

Rich in content, including videos

This book is a step-by-step how to shoot, organize, edit, and share quality iPhone photos. Justin Balog (the author) includes images you can download so you can follow along as he walks you through each phase. His photography is amazing. He uses text, photos, and video to demonstrate his point clearly. I didn't know you could use the Apple provided ear buds as a cable release!

Romance Writer ,

A Must Have...

A "must have" for anyone interested in taking better pictures with their iPhone. The best camera in the world is the one you have with you. Why not learn to use it to its fullest? It takes great photos out of the box, but they can be even better. This guide introduces you to the apps, equipment and techniques that turn a good photo into a great one, and you'll have fun doing it!

Pfdenver ,

Big World LIttle Lens

My wife and I travel a lot and I love to take pictures. What's more handy than the iPhone? I read this book on our way to Europe this summer. When we got to Prague, I used the sunglass filter trick I learned in the book. Made for a great effect! Loved how easy the book was to read and understand, even for someone like me that loves to take pictures, but doesn't know a lot about apertures, f-stops, shutter speeds, etc. Would highly recommend this to anyone that uses their iPhone as a camera!

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