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Description: Smartphones like the iPhone have ushered in a new golden age of digital photography. The best camera is the one you have with you. The higher resolution along with the editing/processing capabilities and uploading/sharing options of modern smartphones make iPhoneography a flexible as well as fun type of digital photography. In this session we'll explore a variety of concepts, techniques, and applications related to iPhoneography.

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Example of why we need to discuss responsibilities / consequences which go with powerful smartphones / online sharing: A High School Student Tweet Heard ‘Round Kansas (Nov 2011)

iPhoneography Examples

  1. Wesley's iPhoneography Examples from Montana
  2. The Year in Photos in Song (Dean Shareski)
  3. Bob Sprankle's Art: iPhoneography, Photo 365 and PhotoShop
  4. Dean Shareski's 2011 Photo 365 Flickr set
  5. "There's a Plane in the Hudson" (TwitPic - Jan 2009)
  6. Linda Yollis' Classroom 365 Project
  7. Light Painting (with Slow Shutter app, Glif & Gorillapod)
  8. iPhoneography Examples from Fright Night 2010
  9. Wesley's Photo 365 site
  10. Photo 365 Blogs Wes follows (Google Reader bundle)
  11. Flickr iPhonography Group
  12. Geo-located photo map on Flickr (Glacier National Park)

Concepts & Sharing Platforms

Capture Apps

  1. Pro HDR ($2)
  2. Panoramas
    1. iOS 6 Built-in Panorama feature
    2. Bubbli (free) examples: Microsoft Store in OKCNW Library in OKC - Yukon Performing Arts Auditorium
    3. Pano ($2 - example - Wesley's recent 'pano' tagged photos on Flickr)
    4. PhotoSynth (free - main website - example)
    5. Sfera ($2)
    6. 360 Panorama ($1)
  3. Fast Camera ($1 - capture exact photos of jumping people)
  4. GifBoom (free - example)
  5. InstaWeather ($1 - example)
  6. Action Camera (not in iTunes US as of 12/7/2011 - example)
  7. SlowShutter ($1 - example)
  8. GroupShot ($1 - retouch & combine multiple images to make the perfect pic)
  9. TouchRetouch ($1 - amazing photo masking) - basic video tutorial
  10. Stop Motion Cafe (free) - can do time lapse)

Editing Apps

Upload Apps

  1. Instagram (free - my Instagram - also on ExtraGram)
  2. TwitPict (free)
  3. Posterous (free)
  4. Tumblr (free)
  5. Wordpress for iOS (free)

App lists

Other Resources

Creative Commons License
These materials by Wesley A. Fryer are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

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