Travel iPhone Photography
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iPhone Photography for Travelers

See what's possible in iPhone photography today. I love to travel light and since I sold my heavy DSLR I only use an iPhone to shoot and edit my travel photos.

Above: The iPhone View from the Shard, London

Previously I would have to take a heavy DSLR to the 72nd floor of the Shard for a night photo like this. Today, I can get a detail rich and low noise photo even at night using only the iPhone camera and Pro Camera App [iTunes App Store Link] with low light modes. Read more about my approach to iPhone night photography.

 

Travel and photo Destinations

I rove all over Europe. Mainly. Sometimes in a crowd at a well known tourist attraction, or I enjoy pristine nature and sometimes I scramble around in abandoned and decayed buildings photographing with only the iPhone camera. Read about the destinations and how I photographed them in my blog. Enjoy!

 
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iphone photography Tutorials

My iPhone photography tutorials are for all you travelers out there. They're short and focused on a single task because you may want to spend your time exploring and not editing photos. I don't write about ten ways how to use the clone tool but show how you can use it to remove people from your photos. Right to the point. 

 

iPhone photo apps & gear reviews

Those are all the apps that make the magic happen. A handful of iphone camera and photo editing apps I use for my iPhone photography. I love to "travel light" when it comes to apps, too. So I deleted all the "only-used-once-a-year-and-make-my-photo-from-a-modern-device-look-old" apps and focus on a very small set of apps trying to get the most out of them. 

 

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I’ve been looking for a new camera (DSLR) recently as well but, with having a iPhone 6 now, and having repeatedly gone over “Squics” I’m just gonna pass on the $1500.00 camera and learn the phone.
— Ben from Wisconsin via eMail
 

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