How to Take Awesome Pictures with Your iPhone or iPad
Discover how to take awesome photos using the iOS 9 edition of the Camera app that comes preinstalled on the iPhone and iPad, plus learn 10 proven strategies for taking eye-catching photos that you’ll be proud to show off to friend and family, as well as the online community.
This course is based on my books, “iPad and iPhone Digital Photography Tips and Tricks,” and “My Digital Photography for Seniors” which are published by Que Publishing.
Topics covered include:
- Introduction to the iOS 9 edition of the Camera app that comes preinstalled on the iPhone and iPad.
- How to use the picture-taking features and functions built into the Camera app in a wide range of shooting situations.
- How to choose interesting subjects, and then frame your images to make them visually interesting.
- Discover 10 proven strategies for taking eye-catching photos using your smartphone or tablet.
- Learn quick and easy ways to create prints from your favorite images – directly from your iPhone or iPad.
- Discover some of your options for sharing photos online using social media.
Part 1: Let's Get Started!
Learn about some of your options for sharing photos online, for example, plus how to easily create traditional prints from your favorite images that are stored within your iPhone or iPad.
iPhone and iPad Photography Basics
Learn how to use the Camera app that comes preinstalled with iOS 9 on your iPhone or iPad in order to take awesome photos in a wide range of shooting situations.
10 Tips for Taking Better Photos Using Your iPhone or iPad
Discover 10 proven strategies that can help your pictures look more professional. These strategies will help you better frame and compose your shots, utilize lighting, and tap your own creativity as you choose your subject(s) and then decide how to best photograph your chosen subject(s).
Additional Picture Taking Tips
As a photographer, you'll sometimes encounter difficult shooting situations, such as low light, or the need to take pictures through a window. Learn additional picture taking strategies to help you overcome these challenges.