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QuickStudy | iPhone Camera Photography Laminated Reference Guide

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SKU:
9781423249801
UPC:
654614049803
Weight:
0.15 LBS
Format:
Reference / Study Guide
Size:
8.5 x 11 inches
Pages:
6
Author:
Gene Strickland, MFA, MBA
Publication Date:
11/1/2023
  • QuickStudy | iPhone Camera Photography Laminated Reference Guide
  • QuickStudy | iPhone Camera Photography Laminated Reference Guide
  • QuickStudy | iPhone Camera Photography Laminated Reference Guide
  • QuickStudy | iPhone Camera Photography Laminated Reference Guide

In six laminated pages, everything you need to take professional quality photos using the iPhone. Unlock settings that pro photographers have tested and proved work as well as prosumer DSLRs. The power and versatility of the iPhone camera is letting photographers ditch bulky equipment to achieve the same and even better results on-the-go, with minimal set-up, quicker reaction time and in very low lighting. No one knows this better than author and professor of digital photography Gene Strickland. A professor of photography for over 25 years, Gene has been working with the iPhone to achieve professional photos for years and was overjoyed to write this guide sharing his expertise in our best-selling quick and easy QuickStudy format. Gene’s knowledge and stunning examples will help you unlock the same power to take photos begging to be shared.

6 page laminated guide includes:

  • Using the Camera App
    • Trigger the Shutter Control: Advanced Options
  • Camera Settings
    • Flash
    • Filters
    • Timer
  • Photography Basics 
    • Exposure
    • Focus vs. Depth of Field (DOF) 
    • ISO 
    • Shutter Speed 
    • White Balance Choices 
  • Lens Types
    • Telephoto
    • Wide Angle
  • Modes
    • Burst Mode
    • Night Mode 
    • Panorama Mode 
    • Portrait Mode
  • Live Photos 
    • Characteristics
    • Best Uses
    • Advantages
    • Disadvantages
    • Simulate Long-Exposure Effect
  • Optical Zoom
    • Characteristics
    • How to Use
    • Advantages
    • Disadvantages
  • Composition: Creating Visual Interest
    • Balance, Color Contrast
    • Diagonal Lines
    • Eye Contact
    • Fill the Frame, Frame within a Frame
    • Juxtaposition
    • Layers, Leading Lines
    • Negative Space
    • Pattern and Repetition
    • Point of View, Rule of Thirds
    • Simplicity, Symmetry
    • Texture
    • Breaking the Rules
  • Video
    • Quick Start
    • Native Controls
    • Basic Techniques
    • Advanced Techniques
    • Postproduction
  • Pro TIPS
  • Fun ideas for Great Pics