It’s estimated that more than 1 trillion (a 1 followed by 12 zeros) photographs were taken worldwide in 2016. If each of these pictures were made into a 4×6-inch print and laid end to end, the line of prints would stretch from the earth to the sun – more than 100 million miles. Most of these pictures were taken with cell phone cameras, and the most popular is the iPhone – Apple has sold over 1 billion of them! You probably own one – or an Android equivalent smartphone. Join me on Friday, May 19 for a program, iPhone Landscape & Nature Photography, with the Cleveland Photographic Society (CPS) in Broadview Heights, from 7-9 pm. We will explore many iPhone photography topics, including:
- Advantages and limitations of iPhones for landscape and nature photography;
- The best iPhone settings for scenic photography;
- Optimizing exposure, sharpness, white balance & color rendition with your iPhone;
- How to shoot in raw mode and control depth-of-field with the latest iPhones;
- The best iPhone apps for taking landscape and nature photos;
- Tips for lighting and composing compelling photographs;
- Organizing, fine-tuning, and sharing your iPhone images;
- The future of iPhone photography
Signed copies of my new book, Ohio in Photographs: A Portrait of the Buckeye State, and A Photographer’s Guide to Ohio – Volume 1 and 2, will be available at the program.
The best camera is the one that is always with you – your iPhone! For more information on this program, visit the CPS website.