Category archive: Photographic Techniques

Inside Rachel’s iPhone: Camera+ for Beginners

Your iPhone came pre-loaded with the native iPhone camera app. It’s a good start, but it is a long way from being the app that helps you take the best possible photos. My all-time favorite camera app is Camera+ by tap tap tap. (Tip: The App Store can be full of apps pretending to be popular

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Inside Rachel’s iPhone: The Native iPhone Camera

POOR UNWANTED NATIVE CAMERA Your iPhone came pre-loaded with the Apple camera app. (This is referred to as the “native” camera app, meaning it was already there living its life, hunting deer, and growing maize, and generally minding its own business when you arrived on the scene with Smallpox, but I digress.) Most of you

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Rachel K. Ivey Photography – Inside Rachel’s iPhone: A Mobile Photography/Videography/Learn to Do New Stuff Blog

I love photography and videography. I really mean it. When I say I love photography and videography, I mean that a majority of my waking time is spent thinking about it, doing it, reading about it, doing it, planning for it, doing it, and learning more about ways and things to help me do it

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Rachel K. Ivey Photography – Toy Town

One of my favorite techniques to play with for landscape images is Tilt Shift. The Tilt Shift effect makes the items photographed have the appearance of being small and toy-like. This effect can be achieved two ways: through the use of a special camera lens and through the use of Photoshop. Objects that are very

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