3 of my Favorite Wallpaper Photos for iPhone and iPod Touch

Wallpaper for iPhone and iPod Touch

Placing the right wallpaper photo on the background of your iOS home screen can make a big difference in the aesthetics of your device. I have taken some photos over the past several months that work amazingly as wallpaper for the iPhone and iPod Touch. All 3 photos were shot with my iPhone 4S. For the 2 macro photos I used the Macro Olloclip Lens attachment (check it out on Amazon: Olloclip Lens for iPhone 4/4S, Olloclip for iPhone 5). The other one I shot using an app called SlowShutter which gives the photo a soft blurry feel. Here are 3 Continue Reading →

4 Hardware Improvement wishes for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6

Wish list for future iPhone 5S and iPhone 6

Having been an iPhone user since the original iPhone was introduced in 2007, I have thought a lot about specific hardware improvements that would make the overall user experience better. It is never clear what Apple will introduce but here’s to hoping that 1 or all of these items on my wish list will appear in the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6. 1. Elongated home button that is touch sensitive and allows for multitasking app switching Over the past couple of years, there have been some rumors about the potential of an elongated or oval home button. The idea behind Continue Reading →

How to automatically remove redeye and enhance photos on your iPhone, iPad (Mini), and iPod Touch

This article will explain how to use the built-in Photos app to enhance, edit, and automatically remove redeye on photos with your iPhone, iPad (Mini), and iPod Touch. Whenever you use the flash to take a picture of someone, you run the risk of the person having red eyes. This not only looks freaky 🙂 it can also ruin some otherwise really good pictures. There is a way to fix this on your iPhone, iPad (Mini), and iPod Touch. In fact, you can auto-enhance any photo and do basic photo editing including cropping (resizing) with any picture on your iOS Continue Reading →

Quick Tip: Take a picture while you are shooting video on your iPhone 5

iPhone 5 photography how to

One of the helpful features that the iPhone 5 offers that none of the other iOS devices offer is the ability to take a picture while shooting video. This means that you get the best of both worlds. You can be capturing a memory or experience on video and when the perfect photo opportunity arises, you can capture that too. Taking a photo in video mode is simple. While you are recording, simply tap the Camera icon in the bottom left corner of the screen. This will capture the photo while continuing to record video. The only downside is that Continue Reading →

3 Essential Photography Accessories for your iPhone 4/4S and iPhone 5

iPhone 4S photo with Olloclip Macro Lens

It is amazing how the smartphone camera is quickly replacing point-and-shoot cameras. There are times that I even leave my Nikon DSLR at home because I know I have my iPhone 4S with me that will take incredible photos. In addition, the improved optics on the iPhone 5 make your pictures look even better and allow you to take clearer photos in low light situations. Who knows, with the iPhone 6 or iPhone 7, wedding photographers might get rid of their fancy cameras and start using their iPhone… (ok, that’s taking it a bit far, but you get my point). Continue Reading →