shot on iphone Stories July 19

Grand Prize Photographer of the Year

The annual iPhone Photography Awards have recognized the best images taken with the iPhone over the last 11 years, and now the winners of this year have been unveiled. As revealed on the IPPA website, this year’s winners were selected from “thousands of entries” across 140 countries around the world…

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shot on iphone Stories July 5

As the World Cup continues, Apple today has shared a trio of new short films on its YouTube channel. The videos, which come as part of the continued “Shot on iPhone” campaign, each tell a different story from around the world…

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shot on iphone Stories February 25

Apple has shared a series of new iPhone X ads on its Apple Australia YouTube channel. The ads showcase the iPhone X camera being used to shoot a handful of different weddings, hence the title of “First Dance.”

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shot on iphone Stories February 1

Apple is continuing to promote the iPhone X’s camera capabilities with a new short film, Three Minutes, posted today on the company’s Singapore YouTube channel. An accompanying behind-the-scenes tutorial page has been launched on Apple’s Chinese website.

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shot on iphone Stories January 21

While I’ve been highly impressed with the video capabilities of recent iPhone cameras, the accompanying microphone has always left something to be desired. Recently, I found myself in need of a more professional audio solution for on the go video. Looking for an affordable, compact, and high quality option, I decided to try out the Zoom iQ7 microphone for Lightning-equipped iOS devices.

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shot on iphone Stories January 3, 2017

Apple’s Shot on iPhone campaign certainly helps promote the capabilities of what has been described as the world’s most popular camera, and they can also inspire iPhone owners to up their own photographic game. In the latest offering (via CNN), Apple partnered with 15 photographers around the world to capture the new year’s even festivities in cities ranging from Sydney, Australia, to Iceland.

But if the spectacular fireworks photos in particular inspired you to take your own shots next time you attend a display, you should know that there’s a little more to it than just pointing your iPhone at the sky and hoping for the best …

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