iPhones come and go. They get bigger, they get lighter, they get faster, they get colors. And sometimes, when we’re lucky, they get better cameras. Always ready, your iPhone has likely become your
most important camera, if not your best, and that’s why it’s important to know how to maximize its abilities and get creative with its limitations. In that regard, The Art of iPhone
Photography from Rocky Nook is almost as important as having the right photography app.
Authors Bob Weil and Nicki Fitz-Gerald have used this book to compile examples and tutorials from 45 iPhone photographers who tell you how they created some rather stunning images using only their
iPhone (or iPad) camera and the right apps. As such, this book isn’t a how-to, it’s a “how-we-did.”
When I first received my review copy The Art of iPhone Photography, I glanced through it as if it were a coffee table photography book, not an instruction manual. The images and…