Through the Lens of an iPhone: FOOD!

I am a big time foodie… and sometimes I wish I was a food photographer.  The following are images I captured during my culinary adventures.  It’s incredibly hard to take good food photos in the challenging low light levels of most restaurants.  In order to get the food to look real and/or appealing, the photos require a lot of exposure and color adjustments.  Because I’m posting some of these images far after-the-fact, in a few cases, I violated iPhoneography rules and made adjustments via my laptop instead of on my phone (although they were all… Read More

5 Tips To Make The Most Out Of Your Smartphone Photography

Smartphone cameras have very quickly become our primary go-to cameras.  They are always on us and are always ready at a moment’s notice.  They are perfect for capturing those special life moments, from baby’s first steps to a surprise party. What smartphone cameras gain in ease-of-use and accessibility, however, they often lose in terms of features and image quality.  Stand-alone film and digital cameras are still the gold standard if you’re looking for the best image quality.  But what do you do if you don’t want to make that investment or if… Read More

Through the Lens of an iPhone: Philadelphia, PA

The following iPhoneography photos were taken during my trips to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Through the Lens of an iPhone: Butterflies

The following iPhoneography photos were taken during my trip the butterfly gardens in Rochester, NY, Key West, FL, and Niagara On The Lake, Ontario, Canada.

Through the Lens of an iPhone: Alaska

The following iPhoneography photos were taken during my trip to Anchorage and the surrounding areas in Alaska.