A Beginner’s Guide for Manual Controls in iPhone Photography: Exposure


Get the best possible photo by learning the finer points of manual
Exposure from mobile photographer Jack Hollingsworth.

Read more at: http://snapsnapsnap.photos/a-beginners-guide-for-manual-controls-in-iphone-photography-exposure

This is the second feature in our series of beginner’s guides. You can find the other installments here:

1. Focus

A Beginner’s Guide for Manual Controls in iPhone Photography: Focus

3. White Balance

A Beginner’s Guide for Manual Controls in iPhone Photography: White Balance

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17 thoughts on “A Beginner’s Guide for Manual Controls in iPhone Photography: Exposure

  1. Jack groups ISO settings into 4 categories-that was very useful. I keep Camera+ on Live Exposure so I can keep an eye on the ISO to reduce noise and also to remind me to stabilize when the shutter speed is slow.

  2. Brilliant tutorials – thank you so much for sharing. Exactly what I've been looking for in order to help me take great product shots for a new website. I would however just comment that due to the volume and repetitive (eventually grating) nature of the accompanying music, I found it really hard to concentrate and absorb all the great information.

  3. Awesome video! Please keep making more!

    Jack, would you be into making a video on how you go about iPhone photo storage/workflow? What you use for storage, whether it's traditional hard drives, cloud, both or other?

    Thanks!

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