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Publisher Description

This is the eBook version of the printed book.
Obsessed with the instant gratification achievable with his iPhone, designer/photographer Dan Marcolina dedicated an entire year to performing a series of mobile image experiments. The amazing results, as well as the many insights on how they were achieved, can be found in this gorgeous, four-color iPhone photography guide.

Without ever leaving your iPhone, learn how to create artistic photographic effects such as blurs and vignettes, high dynamic range, traditional film effects, black and white, and more, using just the right combination of over 35 low-cost iPhone apps covered in this book. Marcolina takes you through the construction and inspiration of each of the images in his book explaining which apps he used and what drew him to the image. By the end of this book, you'll not only be inspired to use your iPhone to create frameable, hang-on-the-wall art, but you'll know exactly how and with what apps to do it.

To coincide with the launch of the book Marcolina plans to also release a tablet companion version for IPad / Android. It will feature some interactive demonstrations from the book along with some new app formulas and videos with in-app internet resources.

Full of iconic, refined, but unexpected images that are meant to stretch the viewer's creative mobile arsenal, (all images are processed completely on the phone with no computer), iPhone Obsessed will help raise up the typical expectation of iPhone photography and show how the combination of picture choice and multiple App processing can mold a snapshot into a statement.

Computers & Internet
March 14
Pearson Education
Pearson Education Inc.

Customer Reviews

longshotvt ,

Dan dishes out some awesome sauce!

This book is really good for anyone who wants to learn photo editing with their iPhone or iPad. His apps are great at doing the same thing. Pick your medium and learn. GL

Mike Garcia so. flo. ,


Loved this book. Be prepared to spend mega money on apps though if you plan on following the tutorials. But I really did enjoy this book. A+++++