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As more and more photographers use phones to take pictures, eBooks about the subject show up. iPhone Photography is such a book, aimed at those wanting to take their iPhones further when it comes to picture taking.
The images published at photography sharing website Flickr these days are mostly from iPhone 4S and iPhone 4, suggesting we're approaching a new era, when camera's in smart or mobile phones take the place of compacts in general picture taking. It's true that the fascination with the medium also explains that explosion of users, but it is also obvious that phones with cameras are taking the place of compact cameras, in many situations, as the device used to take and share pictures. Their ability to do exactly that: take and share images make them ideal in a time when communication and sharing with your friends and/or community your experiences is paramount to many, either personally or professionally.
Cameras in phones might not rival the quality from most compact cameras, but they're good enough and provide you instantly with another set of experiences that appeal to creativity, so people willing to trade one for the other will willingly go that way. Also, because camera phones have come a long way since they appeared, we now have tools that can respond to a wider range of photographers. Amateurs are enjoying the experience, many people has discovered the joy of photography through the use of their camera phone as an everyday tool, and even professionals have discovered that cameras in phones can be fun. And expand your vision.
So it is only natural that eBooks as iPhone Photography – How to shoot, edit and share great photographs, are published in the market. Written by Misho Baranovic and published by dPS – Digital Photography School, the eBook is the ideal choice if you're the owner of either the iPhone 4S or iPhone 4 versions of
Apple's iPhones. It can be used to help you understand the potential of other camera phones, but it is essentially written to explore all the possibilities related to those models. Even owners of previous models will soon understand that they have limitations, in terms of creativity, something that owners of regular cameras know very well but that somehow seems to be even more true with iPhones. Only the most recent models let you explore new grounds in terms of controlling the look of your images.
The eBook iPhone Photography – How to shoot, edit and share great photographs will help you to get the best of your iPhone. Through 106 pages and three chapters: Shoot, Edit, and Share, Misho Baranovic, the author, explains the functions, the key apps, the processes and tools. Interviews with some prominent users of the system, exercises and the demonstration, by Misho Baranovic, of his preferred way of shooting, via practical examples, make for a whole encyclopedia that you can carry along with you everywhere as it comes in PDF or ePUB format.
Misho Baranovic, the author, has worked as a photographer for many years and is prominent in the emerging practise of mobile photography. He is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading mobile photographers, having had exhibitions internationally and is increasingly sought after to demonstrate and advise on the subject. So, he is the ideal mentor for teaching how to use iPhones to take great images.
The eBook iPhone Photography by Misho Baranovic, published by dPS – Digital Photography School, is a 106 page download in PDF and/or ePUB with a cover price of $19.99. But to celebrate the launch Digital Photography School is selling it for $14.99. This promotion lasts for a limited time: the next two weeks. So hurry and get your copy of iPhone Photography – How to shoot, edit and share great photographs.