Mobile Photography

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Representatives from Zacuto, Beastgrip, and Zhiyun joined us to discuss the best gear for your mobile setup. Watch this B&H video and learn to use your mobile phone to create professional photo and video work. 0:00 - Introduction 5:53 - Featured Products from Zacuto, Beastgrip, and Zhiyun 16:10 - The Zacuto Z-Finder 20:36 - Using the Gear for Vertical Video Recording 24:14 -
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Sony Artisan of Imagery Mike Colón recently shot a destination wedding on his Sony XPERIA smartphone. In this B&H video, Colón discusses his own experience shooting a high-pressure event without the luxury of his Sony Alpha cameras and
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In this B&H video, Scott Kelby will change how you, as a photographer, think of your iPhone's camera. Follow along to learn how to use your mobile phone as your second camera while travelling and still produce awesome photos. 0:00 - Benefits of Using a Smartphone 5:06 - Change How You Think 11:11 - 20 Tips for Better iPhone Photos 44:03 - Final Thoughts
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Join Sony Alpha Collective Member Mahesh Thapa as he shares tips, techniques, and accessories for mobile photography. 0:00 - Introduction 1:21 - About this Presentation 3:00 - Filters 10:52 - Mounts 18:46 - Tripods & Bag 28:58 - In the Field 43:19 - Q&A 52:44 - Final Thoughts Sponsored by
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Back with a new addition to its hugely popular line of portable instant cameras and printers, FUJIFILM brings you the INSTAX Link WIDE printer, which allows you to print any image from your smartphone in seconds, using INSTAX Wide Film. INSTAX Link WIDE Printer in Ash White Like the entire FUJIFILM INSTAX line, the new Link WIDE printer is, most essentially, about one thing—fun. In a world where Instagram and Snapchat reign supreme
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Visual content creator Kristi Hemric shares her iPhone photography tips to level up your content creation game! Dig deep into Live and Pano modes, try out long exposure, and even turn your phone upside down on your next photoshoot for richer, more creative photos that fit your personal vision. How do you get creative with your smartphone photos? Tell us how you'll incorporate Kristi's tips, and share your own in the Comments section, below!
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How many times have you looked at something and said, “Why didn’t I think of that?” That’s exactly what I said the first time I saw a miniature tripod made by JOBY. They’re brilliant, they perform as advertised, and they’re as popular among shooters as ice pops on a hot summer day. Designed to handle a range of weight loads and available in a variety of configurations, from JOBY’s ever-popular GorillaPod
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Amelie Stazger shares her creative process for mobile photography, from planning the photoshoot to photo editing. She shares her expertise on color theory and photography composition, equipment, photography process, and post-processing. With apps such as Adobe Lightroom Mobile, Snapseed and more, Amelie is able to take her photography ideas from a concept to the final piece using only her iPhone 11. Similar photography tutorials and seminars
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From her humble beginnings as a technophile seeking to jailbreak her phone, the YouTube influencer known as TechMeOut has established an enviable platform for sharing her savvy with an audience of nearly 400,000 followers to date. Covering everything from the latest Android and iOS apps to must-have smart home gadgets, she breaks down the details with a laid-back, conversational approach. As part of our celebration of Women's History month, we welcome her trademark mix of practical insights and
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Am I the only one who thinks it’s funny that when a new smartphone debuts, the only thing people ask about is the camera? Is it a decent phone? Nobody cares. Does the caller sound like they’re calling from Mars? If they do it’s not the phone—contact your carrier. The only things people seem to care about are how many megapixels and how many lenses it has. Unlike earlier-generation smartphones, which typically had a single semi-wide-angle camera lens with some form of digital zoom, today’s smartphones offer multiple lens options that enable you
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Jared Platt will not only show you how to edit photos in Lightroom Mobile, but how to take photos using the app as well. Thanks to today’s technology, you too can start doing mobile photography and create amazing images all in one app! Similar photography tutorials: Cleaning up Your Mess in Lightroom How to Create a LIghtroom Preset
by Cory Rice ·Posted
Profoto's announcement of AirX technology marks its latest and arguably most serious move into the world of mobile photography by allowing its B10 and B10 Plus flashes to be used with iPhones. The new feature serves as a major step toward "professionalizing" mobile photography, whether shooting in a studio or on location. Clock
by John Harris ·Posted
I love spending time with my kids, lots and lots of time. And while we are passing all of this time together, I thought I’d have a try at teaching them a little bit about photography. I don’t go into this endeavor with any illusions; they are probably going to end up teaching me. My kids were both born well after the year 2000 and, I’d argue, that alone puts their visual acumen far ahead of what mine was at their age. Their understanding of photography as a language and their consideration of what can happen inside a frame is much more
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted
Now that it’s 2020, we finally have perfect vision for our look back at everything that occurred in the 2010s. It was an important and fast-moving decade for the photography technology industry, with innovations in digital imaging moving just as quickly as in the computing industry. Even though the decade feels like a blur now, let’s take a look back at the top 10 photo-related technologies that happened over the past 10 years. 1. Mirrorless Cameras What we know as a mirrorless camera first came to fruition in 2008 with the Panasonic G1, but
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Smartphone photography is getting better and better each year. It’s now possible to create usable images in near pitch black and capture stunning photos of the night sky. I would advise you not to do that, at least not all the time. Dedicated smartphone photographers know this and go hunting for the best possible light for their photographs. I’m here to tell you that you no longer have to rely on available light to get a great smartphone shot, there are plenty of new lighting tools available, developed exclusively for smartphones. Compact LED