Because on this page you’ll find a list of our top iPhoneography tutorials designed to help you master the emerging art of iPhone photography – or simply take better photos of the things that matter to you. But first, let’s address a common misconception about iPhone photography…
One of the common iPhone photography misconceptions is that the iPhone can’t be used for serious photography. While DSLR cameras are technically superior, the quality of any photo mostly depends on the photographer’s intent and creative vision.
As photographers we often get caught up buying the latest photo gear thinking that it will help us take better photos, while no camera can take a good photo without the photographer’s ideas.
That’s because your iPhone – just like any other camera – is a tool. And it’s a tool that can be used to take both poor and outstanding photos.
But with the right knowledge and the right techniques you can use your iPhone to take photos that are so great that nobody would even believe they were taken with the iPhone!
If this sounds too good to be true, just take a look at the incredible iPhone photos that other readers just like you have submitted to our weekly iPhone photography contest.
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Once you’ve signed up for the email newsletter, take a look at some of our best tutorials that we’ve sorted in different categories. It’s OK to jump around if anything catches your attention, but we recommend mastering these topics in the order in which they are listed.
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There are thousands of great photo apps on the App Store, and the things you can do with apps are absolutely incredible. Even better, most photo apps only cost a couple of dollars (and some of our favorites are free), which is a bargain compared to desktop photo editing software.
With that said, the number of photo apps out there is overwhelming. iPhoneographers often get confused by all the different options and don’t know where to start. That’s why we created a free report revealing the 7 best iPhone photography apps you should start using straight away.