Gear

Scott Bourne

Turn Off Portrait Mode After The Fact

Portrait mode is a fun and powerful computational photography tool that simulates the BOKEH effect. Learn how to turn it off in photos you’ve already shot.

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iOGRAPHER – Handheld Smartphone Holder

More and more people are using their smart phone for casual video and/or photography. The problem is that few people are able to do so without their hands or arms shaking – well most people over 35 anyway.

Scott Bourne

Changing Video Resolution in iOS 13.2

If you own an iPhone 11 or 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, and if you are running iOS 13.2, you can now change the resolution and frame rate of video recordings in the camera app.

Scott Bourne

Adjust Exposure Using iOS Camera App

Serious photographers should avail themselves of at least one of the many third-party camera apps that give more control over the photographic process. FilmicPro, ProShot and Halide Camera come to mind.

Scott Bourne

Proper Care of Your Smartphone’s Camera Lens

Your iPhone camera lens is a precision piece of optical material that can be scratched or get dirty. This will negatively impact the quality of your photos. Consider treating this lens like you would any camera lens. You need to keep it clean.

Scott Bourne

iPhone 11: Photos Outside the Frame

If you use an iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max, you can activate a setting in your camera app that allows you to capture data outside the frame.