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The Resource iPad and iPhone digital photography tips and tricks, Jason R. Rich

iPad and iPhone digital photography tips and tricks, Jason R. Rich

Label
iPad and iPhone digital photography tips and tricks
Title
iPad and iPhone digital photography tips and tricks
Statement of responsibility
Jason R. Rich
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Teaches tips and tricks for using the iPad and iPhone to take, edit, and share photos, covering topics ranging from framing, perspective, and lighting to creating digital slideshows, backing up images, and finding low-cost tools
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DLC
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Rich, Jason
Dewey number
771/.44
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • iPhone (Smartphone)
  • Photography
  • iPad (Computer)
Target audience
adult
Label
iPad and iPhone digital photography tips and tricks, Jason R. Rich
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Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • 64
  • #5
  • Take Advantage of What's in the Foreground, the Background, and to the Sides of Your Intended Subject
  • 65
  • #6
  • Timing Is Critical: Be at the Right Place, at the Right Time, and be Ready to take Pictures
  • 166
  • #7
  • Take Pictures of Signs to Set the Scene and Show Where You've Been
  • 68
  • Make Sure You Have Power
  • #8
  • Take Advantage of the Zoom
  • 69
  • #9
  • Watch Out for Unwanted Shadows
  • 69
  • #10
  • Usethe AE/AF Sensor to Your Advantage
  • 70
  • As The Photographer, be Aware of Everything
  • 9
  • 71
  • 4
  • Take Awesome Pictures In Low Light
  • 73
  • Compensate for Low Light When Taking Pictures
  • 74
  • Know When and How to Take Advantage of the iPhone's Built-In Flash
  • 76
  • When Using the iPhone's Flash, Pay Attention to its Effective Flash Range
  • 76
  • Have Adequate Storage
  • Consider Other Hazards of Using the iPhone's Flash
  • 77
  • Use the Flash's On/Off or Auto Settings
  • 78
  • Camera APP's HDR Shooting Mode
  • 79
  • 5
  • Overcome Common Picture-Taking Challenges
  • 81
  • Strategies for Taking Pictures of People
  • 10
  • 82
  • Take Posed Photos of People
  • 82
  • Shoot Candid Shots that Feature People
  • 85
  • Tips for Capturing the Perfect Group Shot
  • 85
  • Capture Adorable Baby Pictures
  • 86
  • Take Professional Looking Pictures of Animals
  • Add Some Apps or Accessories
  • 87
  • Shoot In-Focus Images When Your Subject Is Moving
  • 88
  • Strategies for Taking Pictures at Sporting Events
  • 90
  • Shoot In-Focus Images When You (The Photographer) Are in Motion
  • 91
  • Overcome Problems Associated with Shooting Through Glass
  • 93
  • Use your Creativity When Shooting Landmarks, Buildings, and Inanimate Objects
  • 11
  • 96
  • Capture the Best Panoramic Shots Possible with Your iPhone
  • 97
  • Strategies for Taking Close-Up Images Using the Zoom
  • 98
  • Use Reflections to Your Advantage
  • 101
  • Give Your Photos a Sense of Scale and Depth
  • 103
  • Make Your Vacation Photos as Memorable as Your Actual Trip
  • Places to Show off Your Photos
  • 103
  • What to do if too much Light Keeps You from Seeing the iPhone or iPad's Viewfinder
  • 105
  • 6
  • View, Organize, Edit, and Share Pictures Using the Photos APP
  • 107
  • Organize Your Digital Images Using the Photos App
  • 108
  • View the Images Stored on Your iPhone or iPad
  • 109
  • 13
  • Create and View Albums
  • 116
  • Work with Shared Images Via iCloud
  • 119
  • Edit and Enhance Your Images
  • 121
  • Photos APP's Image Editing and Enhancement Tools
  • 123
  • Share Images from the Photos APP
  • 131
  • Develop Your Photographer's Eye
  • Share Menu
  • 134
  • Use the Mail APP to Send Images
  • 140
  • Use Airdrop to Wirelessly Share Images
  • 142
  • Import Images into the Photos APP from Your Digital Camera or Its SD Memory Card
  • 145
  • Apple's iPhoto APP Offers Even More Functionality
  • 146
  • 1
  • 13
  • 7
  • Expand Your Photo Editing Toolbox With iPhoto
  • 147
  • Overview of the iPhoto APP
  • 149
  • View, Edit, and Enhance Your Photos
  • 153
  • Work With an Individual Image
  • 155
  • Use the Crop Tool
  • Start Taking Pictures Using the Camera App
  • 165
  • Use the Brush Tools
  • 170
  • Work with Tags to Organize and Quickly Locate Images
  • 173
  • Share and Print Your Photos
  • 174
  • Sync Photos Via iTunes
  • 175
  • Share Photos Using Beam
  • 16
  • 176
  • Create Prints from iPhoto
  • 177
  • Create Web Journals to Showcase Your Photos
  • 179
  • Edit a Web Journal
  • 181
  • Add Additional Elements to Your Web Journal
  • 183
  • Publish Your Web Journal
  • 2
  • 186
  • Showcase Dazzling Animated Slideshows Using iPhoto
  • 187
  • Design Your Own Photo Books
  • 190
  • More Reasons to Use iPhoto
  • 198
  • 8
  • Photography Apps That Enhance Your Picture-Taking Capabilities
  • 199
  • Snap Photos Using the Camera APP
  • Camera APP Alternatives
  • 200
  • Camera Plus
  • 201
  • Camera! Awesome
  • 205
  • Camera+
  • 210
  • Cycloramic Studio 360 Panorama
  • 213
  • 17
  • Hipstamatic
  • 216
  • Pro HDR
  • 219
  • Procam 2
  • 222
  • Snappycam Pro
  • 226
  • So Many More Photography APPs are at Your Disposal
  • 229
  • Ways to Launch the Camera APP
  • 9
  • Photography APPs that Expand Your Photo Editing and Enhancement Capabilities
  • 231
  • Third-Party Photo Editing and Image Enhancement APPs
  • 232
  • Adobe Photoshop Touch
  • 233
  • Afterlight
  • 237
  • Photo Editor
  • 18
  • 239
  • Phototoaster
  • 243
  • Picshop HD Photo Editor
  • 245
  • Specialized APPs Enable You to Create Unique Special Effects
  • 248
  • Mix and Match Photography APPs to Get the Results You Need
  • 251
  • 10
  • Launch the Camera APP from the Lock Screen
  • Use Optional Accessories to Improve Your Pictures
  • 253
  • Photography-Related Accessories You Can't Do Without
  • 254
  • Clip-On Lenses from Olloclip
  • 254
  • Portable Tripods from Joby
  • 258
  • Xshot and Looq One-Handed Camera Extenders
  • 259
  • 19
  • External Continuous Lighting Solutions and iPhone Flash Alternatives
  • 260
  • Use a Pressure-Sensitive Stylus When Editing Your Photos
  • 262
  • Use Your iPhone or iPad as a Remote Shutter Button Trigger for Your Digital SLR Camera
  • 262
  • 11
  • Create Prints from Your iPhone/iPad Photos
  • 263
  • Create Prints from Home Using an Airprint-Compatible Photo Printer
  • Prepare Your iPhone or iPad to Take Awesome Photos
  • Launch the Camera APP from the Home Screen
  • 264
  • Choose an Airprint-Compatible Photo Printer that Meets Your Needs
  • 266
  • Send Images to an Airprint Printer from Your iPhone or iPad
  • 268
  • What You Should Know about Photo Paper
  • 273
  • How to Save Money on Photo Printer Ink
  • 275
  • Have Prints Created at a One-Hour Photo Lab
  • 19
  • 276
  • Use the Costco APP to Order Prints from Your iPhone or iPad
  • 278
  • Order Prints from an Online-Based Photo Lab
  • 280
  • 12
  • Share Your Digital Photos Online
  • 283
  • Share Images through an Online Social Networking Service
  • 285
  • Launch the Camera APP from the Control Center
  • Publish Photos on Facebook
  • 286
  • Share one Image at a Time on Twitter
  • 295
  • Share Images Using Instagram
  • 299
  • Share Groups of Images Using an Online Photo Sharing Service
  • 304
  • Quickly Email up to Five Images at a Time to Specific People
  • 305
  • 20
  • Send Images Via Email from the Photos APP
  • 306
  • Send Images Via Email from the Mail APP
  • 307
  • More Ways to Share Photos Online
  • 308
  • 13
  • Discover iCloud's My Photo Stream and Shared Photo Stream
  • 309
  • Use the My Photo Stream Feature
  • Launch the Camera APP from Multitasking Mode
  • 311
  • Activate iCloud's My Photo Stream on Each of Your iOS Mobile Devices
  • 311
  • Manage Your My Photo Stream Album from Your iPhone or iPad
  • 314
  • Share Selected Groups of Images with Others Using Shared Photo Streams
  • 316
  • Create a Shared Photo Stream
  • 317
  • View and Manage Shared Photo Streams from Your iPhone or iPad
  • 22
  • 320
  • Other Options for Sharing Groups of Photos Online
  • 325
  • 14
  • Other Ways to Share Your Digital Photos
  • 327
  • Display Your Digital Photos on Your HD Television Set
  • 328
  • Display Digital Images on Your HD Television Using Apple TV
  • 328
  • Overview of the Camera APP
  • Display Images Stored on Your iOS Mobile Device on Your HD Television Set Via Airplay
  • 329
  • Create Your Own Apple TV Screensaver
  • 332
  • Display an Image Collage, One Image at a Time, or Create an Animated Slideshow
  • 332
  • Display Images from Your iOS Mobile Device on Your Television Set Without Apple TV
  • 334
  • Transfer Images from Your iOS Mobile Device to Your Computer Using iTunes Sync
  • 335
  • 23
  • Quickly Transfer Images Between iOS Mobile Devices Using Airdrop
  • 337
  • Put your Newfound Knowledge to Use
  • 339
  • Using the Viewfinder
  • 25
  • 1
  • Preview the Image You Just Shot
  • 27
  • Switch Between the Front - and Rear-Facing Cameras
  • 29
  • Switch Between Portrait and Landscape Modes
  • 30
  • Activate the AE/AF Sensor and Sensor Lock
  • 33
  • Zoom in on Your Subject
  • 34
  • There's a Lot More You Can Do with the Photos You Take Using Your iPhone or iPad
  • Enhance Images as You Shoot Using HDR Mode
  • 36
  • How to Utilize the Grid Feature
  • 38
  • Camera APP'S Shooting Modes
  • 38
  • SLO-MO (iPhone 55 Only)
  • 39
  • Video
  • 39
  • 4
  • Photo
  • 39
  • Square
  • 40
  • Pano (iPhone Only)
  • 41
  • Burst (iPhone 55, iPad Air, and iPad Mini with Retina Display Only)
  • 41
  • Work With Filters
  • 42
  • Digital Photography is Both a Skill and an Art Form
  • Use the iPhone's Flash
  • 44
  • Take Panoramic Photos from Your iPhone
  • 45
  • Customize the Camera APP from Within Settings
  • 47
  • Turn On/Off Photo Geotagging
  • 47
  • The 10-Step Camera App Recap
  • 48
  • 7
  • You Now Have the Skill; Let's Get Creative
  • 49
  • 3
  • Ten Strategies to Quickly Improve Your Picture-Taking Skills
  • 51
  • Let Your Photos Tell a Story
  • 52
  • Ten Strategies Used By Professional Photographers that You Can Quickly Learn
  • 53
  • #1
  • What You Need to Get Started as a Mobile Digital Photographer
  • Avoid the Most Common Mistake Made By Amateur Photographers
  • 54
  • #2
  • Usethe Rule of Thirds When Framing Your Shots
  • 54
  • #3
  • Pay Attention to Your Primary Light Source and Use it to Your Advantage
  • 59
  • #4
  • Change Your Shooting Angle and/or Perspective
Control code
ocn863201371
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xii, 354 pages
Isbn
9780789753120
Lccn
2014931710
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
004.1675 IP1RIP ; XX-N ; [Z15IP004, #4, 4@$29.99, DLG/cd].
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 863201371
  • (OCoLC)863201371
Label
iPad and iPhone digital photography tips and tricks, Jason R. Rich
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • 64
  • #5
  • Take Advantage of What's in the Foreground, the Background, and to the Sides of Your Intended Subject
  • 65
  • #6
  • Timing Is Critical: Be at the Right Place, at the Right Time, and be Ready to take Pictures
  • 166
  • #7
  • Take Pictures of Signs to Set the Scene and Show Where You've Been
  • 68
  • Make Sure You Have Power
  • #8
  • Take Advantage of the Zoom
  • 69
  • #9
  • Watch Out for Unwanted Shadows
  • 69
  • #10
  • Usethe AE/AF Sensor to Your Advantage
  • 70
  • As The Photographer, be Aware of Everything
  • 9
  • 71
  • 4
  • Take Awesome Pictures In Low Light
  • 73
  • Compensate for Low Light When Taking Pictures
  • 74
  • Know When and How to Take Advantage of the iPhone's Built-In Flash
  • 76
  • When Using the iPhone's Flash, Pay Attention to its Effective Flash Range
  • 76
  • Have Adequate Storage
  • Consider Other Hazards of Using the iPhone's Flash
  • 77
  • Use the Flash's On/Off or Auto Settings
  • 78
  • Camera APP's HDR Shooting Mode
  • 79
  • 5
  • Overcome Common Picture-Taking Challenges
  • 81
  • Strategies for Taking Pictures of People
  • 10
  • 82
  • Take Posed Photos of People
  • 82
  • Shoot Candid Shots that Feature People
  • 85
  • Tips for Capturing the Perfect Group Shot
  • 85
  • Capture Adorable Baby Pictures
  • 86
  • Take Professional Looking Pictures of Animals
  • Add Some Apps or Accessories
  • 87
  • Shoot In-Focus Images When Your Subject Is Moving
  • 88
  • Strategies for Taking Pictures at Sporting Events
  • 90
  • Shoot In-Focus Images When You (The Photographer) Are in Motion
  • 91
  • Overcome Problems Associated with Shooting Through Glass
  • 93
  • Use your Creativity When Shooting Landmarks, Buildings, and Inanimate Objects
  • 11
  • 96
  • Capture the Best Panoramic Shots Possible with Your iPhone
  • 97
  • Strategies for Taking Close-Up Images Using the Zoom
  • 98
  • Use Reflections to Your Advantage
  • 101
  • Give Your Photos a Sense of Scale and Depth
  • 103
  • Make Your Vacation Photos as Memorable as Your Actual Trip
  • Places to Show off Your Photos
  • 103
  • What to do if too much Light Keeps You from Seeing the iPhone or iPad's Viewfinder
  • 105
  • 6
  • View, Organize, Edit, and Share Pictures Using the Photos APP
  • 107
  • Organize Your Digital Images Using the Photos App
  • 108
  • View the Images Stored on Your iPhone or iPad
  • 109
  • 13
  • Create and View Albums
  • 116
  • Work with Shared Images Via iCloud
  • 119
  • Edit and Enhance Your Images
  • 121
  • Photos APP's Image Editing and Enhancement Tools
  • 123
  • Share Images from the Photos APP
  • 131
  • Develop Your Photographer's Eye
  • Share Menu
  • 134
  • Use the Mail APP to Send Images
  • 140
  • Use Airdrop to Wirelessly Share Images
  • 142
  • Import Images into the Photos APP from Your Digital Camera or Its SD Memory Card
  • 145
  • Apple's iPhoto APP Offers Even More Functionality
  • 146
  • 1
  • 13
  • 7
  • Expand Your Photo Editing Toolbox With iPhoto
  • 147
  • Overview of the iPhoto APP
  • 149
  • View, Edit, and Enhance Your Photos
  • 153
  • Work With an Individual Image
  • 155
  • Use the Crop Tool
  • Start Taking Pictures Using the Camera App
  • 165
  • Use the Brush Tools
  • 170
  • Work with Tags to Organize and Quickly Locate Images
  • 173
  • Share and Print Your Photos
  • 174
  • Sync Photos Via iTunes
  • 175
  • Share Photos Using Beam
  • 16
  • 176
  • Create Prints from iPhoto
  • 177
  • Create Web Journals to Showcase Your Photos
  • 179
  • Edit a Web Journal
  • 181
  • Add Additional Elements to Your Web Journal
  • 183
  • Publish Your Web Journal
  • 2
  • 186
  • Showcase Dazzling Animated Slideshows Using iPhoto
  • 187
  • Design Your Own Photo Books
  • 190
  • More Reasons to Use iPhoto
  • 198
  • 8
  • Photography Apps That Enhance Your Picture-Taking Capabilities
  • 199
  • Snap Photos Using the Camera APP
  • Camera APP Alternatives
  • 200
  • Camera Plus
  • 201
  • Camera! Awesome
  • 205
  • Camera+
  • 210
  • Cycloramic Studio 360 Panorama
  • 213
  • 17
  • Hipstamatic
  • 216
  • Pro HDR
  • 219
  • Procam 2
  • 222
  • Snappycam Pro
  • 226
  • So Many More Photography APPs are at Your Disposal
  • 229
  • Ways to Launch the Camera APP
  • 9
  • Photography APPs that Expand Your Photo Editing and Enhancement Capabilities
  • 231
  • Third-Party Photo Editing and Image Enhancement APPs
  • 232
  • Adobe Photoshop Touch
  • 233
  • Afterlight
  • 237
  • Photo Editor
  • 18
  • 239
  • Phototoaster
  • 243
  • Picshop HD Photo Editor
  • 245
  • Specialized APPs Enable You to Create Unique Special Effects
  • 248
  • Mix and Match Photography APPs to Get the Results You Need
  • 251
  • 10
  • Launch the Camera APP from the Lock Screen
  • Use Optional Accessories to Improve Your Pictures
  • 253
  • Photography-Related Accessories You Can't Do Without
  • 254
  • Clip-On Lenses from Olloclip
  • 254
  • Portable Tripods from Joby
  • 258
  • Xshot and Looq One-Handed Camera Extenders
  • 259
  • 19
  • External Continuous Lighting Solutions and iPhone Flash Alternatives
  • 260
  • Use a Pressure-Sensitive Stylus When Editing Your Photos
  • 262
  • Use Your iPhone or iPad as a Remote Shutter Button Trigger for Your Digital SLR Camera
  • 262
  • 11
  • Create Prints from Your iPhone/iPad Photos
  • 263
  • Create Prints from Home Using an Airprint-Compatible Photo Printer
  • Prepare Your iPhone or iPad to Take Awesome Photos
  • Launch the Camera APP from the Home Screen
  • 264
  • Choose an Airprint-Compatible Photo Printer that Meets Your Needs
  • 266
  • Send Images to an Airprint Printer from Your iPhone or iPad
  • 268
  • What You Should Know about Photo Paper
  • 273
  • How to Save Money on Photo Printer Ink
  • 275
  • Have Prints Created at a One-Hour Photo Lab
  • 19
  • 276
  • Use the Costco APP to Order Prints from Your iPhone or iPad
  • 278
  • Order Prints from an Online-Based Photo Lab
  • 280
  • 12
  • Share Your Digital Photos Online
  • 283
  • Share Images through an Online Social Networking Service
  • 285
  • Launch the Camera APP from the Control Center
  • Publish Photos on Facebook
  • 286
  • Share one Image at a Time on Twitter
  • 295
  • Share Images Using Instagram
  • 299
  • Share Groups of Images Using an Online Photo Sharing Service
  • 304
  • Quickly Email up to Five Images at a Time to Specific People
  • 305
  • 20
  • Send Images Via Email from the Photos APP
  • 306
  • Send Images Via Email from the Mail APP
  • 307
  • More Ways to Share Photos Online
  • 308
  • 13
  • Discover iCloud's My Photo Stream and Shared Photo Stream
  • 309
  • Use the My Photo Stream Feature
  • Launch the Camera APP from Multitasking Mode
  • 311
  • Activate iCloud's My Photo Stream on Each of Your iOS Mobile Devices
  • 311
  • Manage Your My Photo Stream Album from Your iPhone or iPad
  • 314
  • Share Selected Groups of Images with Others Using Shared Photo Streams
  • 316
  • Create a Shared Photo Stream
  • 317
  • View and Manage Shared Photo Streams from Your iPhone or iPad
  • 22
  • 320
  • Other Options for Sharing Groups of Photos Online
  • 325
  • 14
  • Other Ways to Share Your Digital Photos
  • 327
  • Display Your Digital Photos on Your HD Television Set
  • 328
  • Display Digital Images on Your HD Television Using Apple TV
  • 328
  • Overview of the Camera APP
  • Display Images Stored on Your iOS Mobile Device on Your HD Television Set Via Airplay
  • 329
  • Create Your Own Apple TV Screensaver
  • 332
  • Display an Image Collage, One Image at a Time, or Create an Animated Slideshow
  • 332
  • Display Images from Your iOS Mobile Device on Your Television Set Without Apple TV
  • 334
  • Transfer Images from Your iOS Mobile Device to Your Computer Using iTunes Sync
  • 335
  • 23
  • Quickly Transfer Images Between iOS Mobile Devices Using Airdrop
  • 337
  • Put your Newfound Knowledge to Use
  • 339
  • Using the Viewfinder
  • 25
  • 1
  • Preview the Image You Just Shot
  • 27
  • Switch Between the Front - and Rear-Facing Cameras
  • 29
  • Switch Between Portrait and Landscape Modes
  • 30
  • Activate the AE/AF Sensor and Sensor Lock
  • 33
  • Zoom in on Your Subject
  • 34
  • There's a Lot More You Can Do with the Photos You Take Using Your iPhone or iPad
  • Enhance Images as You Shoot Using HDR Mode
  • 36
  • How to Utilize the Grid Feature
  • 38
  • Camera APP'S Shooting Modes
  • 38
  • SLO-MO (iPhone 55 Only)
  • 39
  • Video
  • 39
  • 4
  • Photo
  • 39
  • Square
  • 40
  • Pano (iPhone Only)
  • 41
  • Burst (iPhone 55, iPad Air, and iPad Mini with Retina Display Only)
  • 41
  • Work With Filters
  • 42
  • Digital Photography is Both a Skill and an Art Form
  • Use the iPhone's Flash
  • 44
  • Take Panoramic Photos from Your iPhone
  • 45
  • Customize the Camera APP from Within Settings
  • 47
  • Turn On/Off Photo Geotagging
  • 47
  • The 10-Step Camera App Recap
  • 48
  • 7
  • You Now Have the Skill; Let's Get Creative
  • 49
  • 3
  • Ten Strategies to Quickly Improve Your Picture-Taking Skills
  • 51
  • Let Your Photos Tell a Story
  • 52
  • Ten Strategies Used By Professional Photographers that You Can Quickly Learn
  • 53
  • #1
  • What You Need to Get Started as a Mobile Digital Photographer
  • Avoid the Most Common Mistake Made By Amateur Photographers
  • 54
  • #2
  • Usethe Rule of Thirds When Framing Your Shots
  • 54
  • #3
  • Pay Attention to Your Primary Light Source and Use it to Your Advantage
  • 59
  • #4
  • Change Your Shooting Angle and/or Perspective
Control code
ocn863201371
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xii, 354 pages
Isbn
9780789753120
Lccn
2014931710
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
004.1675 IP1RIP ; XX-N ; [Z15IP004, #4, 4@$29.99, DLG/cd].
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 863201371
  • (OCoLC)863201371

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