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 better. This love is not at all limited to my expensive camera and selection of lens from Canon.

In addition to having a love of all things photography and videography, I am an Apple afficianado. I’m writing this on my MacBook and will be posting pictures and videos made and edited exclusively with my iPhone 4S. It’s always with me and it’s my go-to device. They say that the best camera is the one that’s with you. I whole-heartedly agree. A quick glance at my iPhone reveals that it is not full of games but of photography and videography apps, photos, videos and not much else. I have in excess of 80 apps that either make, take, edit, or otherwise create or or help me learn more about photography and videography. I have purchased many more which have been discarded in favor of better apps, and I stay up-to-date on new and promising apps, iPhone accessories, and related items.

Starting Monday, July 2nd you can check out my new weekly Monday blog series, Inside Rachel’s iPhone, devoted to all things mobile photography and videography. I will be featuring excellent apps for creating and improving your mobile photography and videography. I will also be giving you some hints and tips on how to get the most out of your mobile device. Many of the apps and techniques I suggest will also work on the iPad. If you don’t use an iPhone, have no fear. I will also be discussing mobile photography as it relates to other types of phones and will also include from time to time discussions of other aspects of improving your mobile life, in other words, cool apps you should check out, apps on sale or temporarily for free, and safety and security suggestions for your mobile phone and online world. (I have another job, too, involving the law and the enforcing of said law, so I do know a thing or two about how to keep your stuff, digital or otherwise, safer.)

If you have a question about photography or videography or about a particular app that you’d like to see featured in future Inside Rachel’s iPhone blog posts, leave a comment or send an e-mail to rachelkivey_at_gmail.com.

Coming July 2nd, 2012: Inside Rachel’s iPhone – All About Your Native Camera

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