Azabache makes his return with a sincere profile pose.
For some time, I battled with iPhoto’s time consuming iPhone sync to access photos until I learned of a faster way. By using the Mac’s Image Capture app located in your application folder (bottom right folder marked “A” on your dock) you can access your iPhone photos quickly without all the hassle of iPhoto. In this video, I also show you how to add Image Capture to your app dock.
Shooting from different angles can greatly improve your shots by giving them a fresh perspective. Try using these two angle shots and compare the difference.
1. Low Angle Shot
Shooting objects from low angles gives the impression that your subject is bigger, more important, menacing or imposing.
I really love taking macro (close up) shots with my iPhone 4S. I did notice, however, I can only get so close before the lens will blur the image or not achieve a focus. By placing my iPhone on a steady stack of thin hard cover books and then varying the amount of books, I was able to get results for specific lengths:
Today at I was at an event and had the fortune of having a bunch of friends with their version of the iPhone. Trying to keep keep the same shot for all devices, this is what I saw: