It’s probably one of the most frequent debates nowadays. Will smartphones replace cameras? Well, in some cases they already have. Keep reading to find out more.
Another summer, another iPhone. However, things are a bit different this year, here’s how.
Yes, you could say I’m an Apple fanboy, but after seeing the iPhone 7 introduction from a couple of days ago, I really like the idea of owning one. Of course, it’s not perfect but it seems to be a great device. That’s why I compiled this list of four reasons to be excited about Read More …
If you’ve followed this blog long enough, you know that I’m a big fan of Adobe’s Creative Cloud and their subscription model. I’ve actually written specifically about Lightroom Mobile a few times and here I am writing about it again. It has quite a few interesting new features that I think you’ll find seriously useful.
I have a confession to make: For a long time, I considered Instagram to be a useless platform and I criticized its filters until boredom. Nowadays, I post an image at least once a week. What happened? Keep reading and you’ll understand.
In a previous post I mentioned some tips for night photography and, even though it seems all those tips apply only to SLR cameras, they can actually be used with any camera with manual mode… including a mobile phone.
Many photographers are obsessed with control. We like manual cameras because they allow us to take control of the image. That’s why mobile photography, even though it’s convenient, is not very popular or sought after, because it doesn’t allow for a lot of that control. This is particularly true in the iPhone world, because it Read More …
After my last post, in which I wrote about post-production, I realized I missed a very important section: mobile photography.
I have to make a confession. For a long time I considered mobile phone photography as something inferior but, nowadays, I have to say that my mobile phone is the camera I use the most. Now I understand Chase Jarvis’ expression: the best camera is the one that’s with you.
In order to obtain great images in a consistent way, we would all like to shoot with our ideal gear all the time, using manual mode, controlling the lighting and every other aspect of the image. In reality, it is not very likely that you carry your camera with you at all times.