Moments are key to compelling photographs. While it may seem difficult at first to anticipate when they happen, the holidays are a great time to practice identifying and capturing moments.
How to take pictures of lightning with just your iPhone and Live Photos
One of the biggest things that holds new photographers back is feeling comfortable taking a picture of something. It can feel strange to stop, take out your phone and photograph something, especially if there’s people involved, especially strangers.
I’ve learned you need to become comfortable with this, because some of the best photos will come in these moments.
Over the weekend, I was listening a recent episode of John Gruber’s The Talk Show with guest Merlin Mann and the subject came up.
The most basic rule of photography is to have the light behind you, they said.
Fresh, white snow offers a simple contrast to shadows and golden hour colors from the sun.
As easy as it is to hit “Go Live” on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, there are still looming pitfalls. It is live after all. Here are six things I do before I go live to ensure a successful broadcast.
Taking pictures of the same thing might sound boring, but it is the most helpful way to hone your eye and your skills.
Light, Rule of Thirds and moments — how to start taking better photos and videos immediately.
Count to 10
There’s several ways to backup photos and videos from you iPhone. For any backup strategy, no matter how big or small, there is one rule: Have multiple backups off everything.