MacVoices #24101: Jeff Carlson Takes Control of iPhone Photography (1)

Jeff Carlson and Take Control have published the brand new Take Control of iPhone Photography for those who want to get even more out of the amazing cameras built into their iPhones. Jeff explains how just a little effort and a little knowledge of some of the lesser-known settings can enhance your photographic results dramatically. (Part 1) 


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Show Notes:


00:00 Introduction to iPhone Photography with Jeff Carlson
02:24 The Evolution of Smartphone Photography
06:54 The Importance of Deliberate Photography with iPhones
10:32 Starting Point for Improving iPhone Photography
22:29 Exploring Night Mode and Low Light Photography
28:01 Inspiring Experimentation and Learning with iPhone Photography
32:36 Mastering Exposure and Focus Controls
35:08 Connect with MacVoices for More Apple Tech Goodness


Take Control of iPhone Photography by Jeff Carlson


Jeff Carlson is an author, photographer, and freelance writer. Among many other projects, he publishes the Smarter Image newsletter, which explores how computational photography, AI, and machine learning are fundamentally changing the art and science of photography. He’s covered the personal technology field from Macs and PalmPilots to iPhones and mirrorless cameras, publishing in paper magazines, printed books, ebooks, and websites. He’s also the co-host of the podcasts PhotoActive and Photocombobulate, writes for Take Control, has spoken at several conferences and events. He lives in Seattle, where, yes, it is just as gray and wet and coffee-infused as you think it is.


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