Great to have you back for our 3rd installment in the iPhone Photography Series here at iDB. A couple quick housekeeping items. If you’d like it see what I’m up to as I prepare our next lesson or if you have questions, give my Facebook page a like or follow me on twitter (@justinbalog). I always do my best to help others realize their own creative vision.
A few non-iPad users asked about my book being available for other devices, I have good news. It’s now available in .PDF which will work on all your devices. Also included in it are the videos from the interactive iPad Version. You can get it here, just add it to your cart and checkout via PayPal.
In the previous two lessons, we took a deep dive into exposure and how to leverage it to our creative advantage. In both lessons, we were working within the limitations of the iPhone’s ability to record light. It’s not your iPhone’s fault, it’s a limitation of all cameras. Whether it is film, or the most advanced digital sensor, cameras aren’t nearly as good as your eyes at dealing with a wide range of bright and dark.
That being said, the world of photography has had a long standing workaround. It’s a technique called High Dynamic Range photography (HDR)…(...) Read the rest of iPhone Photography & the Magic of HDR