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Introduction to Shooting with the iPhone 5s

Ben Long, Award-Winning Photographer

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41 Videos (2h 47m)
    • 1 Introduction to shooting with the iPhone 5s

      1:55
    • 2 Understanding the differences between the iPhone 5s and SLRs

      1:55
    • 3 Understanding the basic 5s camera

      4:13
    • 4 Understanding dynamic range on the iPhone 5s

      4:13
    • 5 Exploring techniques for a good self portrait

      5:13
    • 6 Using stabilization with the iPhone 5s

      3:04
    • 7 Using the built in filters on the iPhone 5s

      3:04
    • 8 Using the flash on the iPhone 5s

      2:46
    • 9 Charging options on the iPhone 5s

      8:18
    • 10 Understanding exposure and focus on the iPhone 5s

      3:34
    • 11 Adding lenses to the iPhone 5s

      3:50
    • 12 Shooting with a wide angle lens on the iPhone 5s

      3:56
    • 13 Using a polarizer attachment with the iPhone 5s

      8:01
    • 14 Shooting with a macro lens on the iPhone 5s

      8:01
    • 15 Increasing pixels with high res shooting

      4:28
    • 16 Processing a high res image

      4:28
    • 17 Shooting in low light with the iPhone 5s

      3:29
    • 18 Using the built in panorama feature on the iPhone 5s

      5:08
    • 19 Using AutoStitch with the iPhone 5s

      4:15
    • 20 Using the panorama feature as a way to get a wide angle shot

      2:44
    • 21 Understanding what HDR is

      3:26
    • 22 Using the Pro HDR app to make the most of HDR

      4:43
    • 23 Understanding the basic video features on the iPhone 5s

      1:38
    • 24 Introducing the subject of the video shots

      2:39
    • 25 Using the slow motion feature to capture action shots

      3:37
    • 26 Editing and playback on the iPhone 5s

      3:37
    • 27 Exporting a slow motion clip from the phone

      3:37
    • 28 Shooting in burst mode

      2:11
    • 29 Reviewing and selecting images from burst mode

      3:40
    • 30 Using the Zoom tool with video on the iPhone 5s

      2:11
    • 31 Extracting a still from a video

      2:11
    • 32 Organizing images on the iPhone 5s

      3:23
    • 33 Geotagging images and using the data

      9:05
    • 34 Editing options for iPhone images

      2:07
    • 35 Understanding how to use app stacking

      3:17
    • 36 Making perspective corrections on the iPhone

      3:17
    • 37 Resizing images on the iPhone

      6:43
    • 38 Printing iPhone images

      6:43
    • 39 Printing iPhone images on the road

      4:05
    • 40 Transferring images to other iOS devices

      5:42
    • 41 Integrating the iPhone 5s into your photographic workflow

      2:20

About This Class

The iPhone has become one of the most popular cameras in the world, and the iPhone 5s offers the best image quality of any iPhone to date. It is also filled with advanced features: two flashes, built-in high dynamic range (HDR) imaging, a burst mode, and a video mode that shoots 120 frames per second slow motion.

In this course, photographer, author, and educator Ben Long explores the iPhone 5s as a serious photographic instrument, using its built-in features as well as a hand-selected collection of accessories and apps that will extend your iPhone power. He details the basics of shooting with the iPhone, and then delves into more advanced camera capabilities such as panoramas, HDR, and video. Ben also explores workflow issues, including editing, sharing, and printing photos and transferring them to a computer.

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Ben Long

Award-Winning Photographer

Ben Long is an award-winning photographer and senior editor at Macworld magazine. He lectures around the world.

Ben Long is a San Francisco-based photographer, writer, and teacher. The author of over two dozen books on digital photography and digital video, he is also a senior contributing editor to Macworld magazine, and a senior editor at CreativePro.com. His photography clients have included 20th Century Fox, Blue Note Records, Global Business Network, the San Francisco Jazz Fes...

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