A guide to capturing photographs and video with the iPhone covers such topics as resolution, lighting, apps, composition, and editing-
|Statement||J. Dennis Thomas|
|LC Classifications||TR267 .T473 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||2010942337|
Get this from a library! Capturing better photos & video with your iPhone. [J Dennis Thomas] -- A guide to capturing photographs and video with the iPhone covers such topics as resolution, lighting, apps, composition, and editing-. 5 Quick Tips for Capturing Better Videos on Your iPhone. Want to take high-quality, well-lit videos on your iPhone: Here are my best tips: 1. Turn the iPhone horizontally to capture your video. When your video is vertically-oriented, it limits the area you see in the frame, and it makes it difficult to share the video on social media. 2. How to Launch and Use the iPhone Camera. You can use the shortcut in the bottom-right corner of the iOS Lock screen to launch the camera. Either press hard and release the icon (if you have an iPhone with 3D Touch) or swipe can also launch the camera via Control Center or ask Siri to launch it for you.. When the camera opens, you see all the available features at the top of the. So in this post, I’ll be sharing my favorite iPhone video tips for capturing great videos on the iPhone. But First, Let Me Share a Quick Story. A while back, I received an email from a reader requesting help with pairing the iPad to the Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard.
We've pulled together tips to help you take the best photos possible with your iPhone, whether you're composing portraits or group shots, capturing fast-action sports or creating artistic photo. Our iPhones and iPads are great cameras, whether we want still photos or high-quality video recording. If you have any questions about video recording on your iPhone or iPad, let us know in the comments! September Updated for iOS 13 public release. Added info regarding video capture with iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. Press the volume up button. This method is a better way of shooting because it mimics the experience of capturing photos with a regular camera. If you’re an iPhone traditionalist, however, continu to use the on-screen camera button method. On the iPhone 4, you may experience momentary shutter lag, so be sure to remain still. How To Use The iPhone Camera For Better Photos. Don't miss a great a great still when capturing video with your iPhone by hitting the shutter button at the same time as you're recording video.
Find out more about iPhone Photo Academy: ?utm_campaign=YoutubeOrganic&utm_content=RAZtIIe-XHs. I also agree that the iPhone is not the best tool for the job. As for colour photos - you don't have to be overly concerned with the top of the line as most photo prints are extremely limited in their colour gamut (being reflective art as it were) and easily captured by a decent scanner or better quality "real" camera with a flat field lens. RØDE's VideoMic Me-L is perfect for when you want better sound quality while shooting with your iPhone. It couldn't be simpler; just plug it directly into your iPhone's Lightning port and go. The microphone's directionality reduces surrounding noises. Monitor your audio as you shoot and playback your video via headphones plugged into the mm. Watch out for cloud storage shenanigans. Cloud storage services, like Google Photos or iCloud, can be a great way to take a ton of photos without worrying about how much space is left on your .