Photos in iOS 13 offers more refined organization of pictures and videos as well as expanding editing options for photos and, for the first time, videos
One of the biggest things that holds new photographers back is feeling comfortable taking a picture of something. It can feel strange to stop, take out your phone and photograph something, especially if there’s people involved, especially strangers.
I’ve learned you need to become comfortable with this, because some of the best photos will come in these moments.
Photos is baked into iOS — it is the default image editor and one of the few apps you cannot delete. It is also the hub for all photos and videos across devices.
Photos is powerful because of its simplicity. It offers just enough power and the convenience makes it my go-to editing app.
As someone who uses it daily, there are a few things I’d like to see changed, in particular when it comes to managing files on device and using video files.
This month, I fell back in love with shooting in black and white.
Over the weekend, I was listening a recent episode of John Gruber’s The Talk Show with guest Merlin Mann and the subject came up.
The most basic rule of photography is to have the light behind you, they said.
As easy as it is to hit “Go Live” on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, there are still looming pitfalls. It is live after all. Here are six things I do before I go live to ensure a successful broadcast.
We all know how to take a picture with our iPhones, right? But do you know there’s multiple ways you can trigger the shutter on your iPhone?
Don’t have your video interrupted by a phone call from Mom.