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iPhone Artistry Paperback – October 4, 2011
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Dan's photographs throughout the book are incredibly lovely. They are so lovely that I'd like to know more about how those came about. Dan Marcolina in his book iPhone Obsessed: Photo editing experiments with Apps does a very good job of sharing his artistic intent for each image and the steps he took to get there. Put the 2 books together and you've got a great package.
Dan Burkholder has a workshop coming up at the Santa Fe Workshops for those who want an intensive introduction.
Definitely a great resource for anyone interested in "iPhoneography"
I also recommend Stephanie Roberts' book. It is also first rate, but takes a different angle.
Here's the problem with today's technology books. New hardware and applications are released way to quickly for the traditional publishing industry. Although this book was published in 2012 iPhone 5 is not included. That is not really a problem because the core camera hasn't changed that much (panorama is new but most people don't use that everyday). You'd think an ebook would be better but publishers don't seem to grasp the concept of upgrade very well. That's why you want to choose authors that have more experience beyond technology. Burkholder has been manipulating images long before iPhone was a thought. iPhone Obsessed is another good one except his background is graphic design. The two balance each other nicely. In both books my favorite parts are the workflows which demonstrate how to make the apps work together. This will be the takeaway for me because it is not so app specific.
Mr Burkholder certainly knows what he's talking about when it comes to this: his photographs throughout the book attest to his skill.
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Great reference book. Dated, obviously, but the basic are never out of date!Published 21 days ago by Tom M
This book although outdated is very helpful and useful for doing iPhone work. So many great tips and ideas.Published 2 months ago by Mtn Girl
Excellent book. Needs an update though. Book stops with iPhone 4s. Also, several apps mentioned in book aren't available anymore. Otherwise very helpful.Published 14 months ago by Josh
this is a great book! even though it is a few years old it is a wonderful starting point for those interested in the super capacity of the iphone to make great images.. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Annie