Landscape Photography with Your iPhone

Landscape Photography with Your iPhone

By Blair Gable

When snapping landscape photos, there are a few simple elements to consider to ensure that your shots come out as beautiful and visually stimulating as possible. In this tutorial, iPhoneography enthusiast and professional photojournalist, Blair Gable, teaches you how to give your landscape photography that extra edge with nothing other than your iPhone camera. Gable takes you through what you need to keep in mind while shooting those breathtaking views with your iPhone to ensure those views remain exactly that in your shots. Gable teaches you some basic rules of photo composition and shows you how to create photo depth by using elements from your foreground, middleground, and background. He shows you how to apply the rule of thirds and take advantage of natural lighting so that you too can achieve that ever-desired beyond perfect photo horizon.

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