Last week, I talked about my experiences using my iPhone camera. I received a wonderful response from readers and a lot of questions about how I use my iPhone camera. Today, I recorded an eight-minute audio blog to answer those questions. In addition, I discussed iPhone photography tips and tools. Listen in here . . .
If you can’t listen to the audio segment, below are the key points I covered:
- I only post iPhone photos to my Instagram feed.
- When I take photos with my iPhone, I shoot with the native camera app.
- After I’m done taking photos, I go through an editing process. I delete the bad photos and share the good ones on my blog and Instagram.
- By experimenting with a wide variety of photo editing apps, I’ve found my photography style. I’ve tried all kinds of apps, including Camera+, Filterstorm, Hipstamatic, PhotoForge2, Picture Show and more. Currently, I’m using Snapseed and Afterglow to edit my iPhone photos.