The way that certain cameras feel and work and operate lends them to a certain kind of photography. And for me, the iPhone is perfect for high-contrast, graphic black and white images. True, the image quality is some way short of what you'd get from a 'proper' camera, but when I'm using it I see the world differently and I see compositions in a way that I don't when I'm looking … [Read more...] about Learn better black and white photography – with your phone
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Polar panoramas are ordinary landscapes turned into miniature spherical planets. Usually, you create them by first shooting a 360-degree panorama as a sequence of overlapping shots and then combining them using Photoshop or some dedicated panoramic stitching software. The polar panorama I've created here, though, was produced in about thirty seconds from a single everyday … [Read more...] about Polar panoramas… on an iPhone?