- Paperback: 352 pages
- Publisher: Rocky Nook; 1 edition (August 31, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1937538184
- ISBN-13: 978-1937538187
- Product Dimensions: 10 x 0.8 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 55 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #744,332 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Art of iPhone Photography: Creating Great Photos and Art on Your iPhone 1st Edition
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1. From Marty Yawnick, from his review on his very popular iPhone site, LifeInLoFi.com:
"One of the great things about this book is how quickly each tutorial gets personal. This is less like learning from a textbook and more like being tutored by an old friend. [The book] covers a broad range of photographic and iPhone art essentials and techniques including lighting, focus, composition, retouching, color correcting, processing, compositing, blending, masking on iPhone, adding texture, collage and much more."
2. From Geri Centonze on her Art of MOB blog:
"Just over a year ago, I discovered that I could use my iPhone as a means for creating art. Now, there's a fabulous resource that EVERY iPhone photographer should have. It's the newly released book, The Art of iPhone Photography: Creating Great Photos and Art on Your iPhone by Bob Weil and Nicki Fitz-Gerald."
Read the entire article and author interview here:
3. From M. Braun's Amazon review:
"I liked this book so much that I returned my Kindle version and ordered a "book" book so I could flip pages, turn down pages, ponder, savor, try out, underline, make notes, etc. This is the perfect book for learning how to work with your photographs on the iPhone."
From the Author
Here's a list of contributors who wrote tutorials for the book - since a number of you have asked: Nicola Fitz-Gerald, Bob Weil, Alan Kastner, Souichi Furusho, mutablend, Ade Santora, Adria Ellis, Daniel Berman, Doug McNamee, Elaine Nimmo, George Politis, Kerryn Benbow, Marian Rubin, Rad Drew, Kimberly Post (Rowe), Lola Mitchell, Marie Matthews, Benamon Tame, Bharat Darji, Carlein, Christine Sirois, Cindy Patrick, Daniele Martire, David Ingraham, Dax Curnew, Edina Herold, Robert Herold, Elizabeth Grilli, Helene Goldberg, Johnny Eckó, José António Fundo, Lindsey Thompson, Paula Gardener, Susan Blase, Markus Rivera, Sheldon Serkin, Cecily Caceu, Jack Hollingsworth, Lynette Jackson, Miss Pixels, Jacqueline (JQ) Gaines, Dan Marcolina and Nettie Edwards.
Many of these artists will be well known to iPhoneography afficionados - these include Alan Kastner, Souichi Furusho, Daniel Berman, Carlein, Nettie Edwards, Karen Divine, Jack Hollingsworth and Cindy Patrick, to name just a few. Nettie just won iPhone Photographer of the Year at the American Aperture Awards
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I want to encourage the authors to put out an annual edition with new apps, artists, and methods for newbies as well as we seasoned artists. I've taught high school digital arts for 15 years and am using this book as a text to encourage students to create outside of the classroom, so new editions would be very helpful!
If could make a wish list of what to put in the next edition (she said hopefully), I'd want a section of iPhoneography/art alone for inspiration, a gallery of sorts of artist's works that haven't been explained step-by-step, and include lots of pre-processing info for Photoshop or other computer-only programs/add-ons/actions that might not be included in the in-phone processes.
A GREAT BOOK!
Not so good for: the act of taking/ framing photographs with and understanding the capabilities/ limitations of the iPhone