How to create a panning shot with iPhone? Panning photography with iPhone is made possible with the help of an app called Slow Shutter Cam. It’s probably used more for slow shutter speed photography, but you can use it for panning photography too. I usually choose a “shutter speed” of 0.5 sec for fast moving
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I did some street photography with my iPhone 4s during my stay in Manila last week. The one above was shot in Binondo, Manila. I was initially attracted to the scene because of the red and yellow colors of the shop. I stood in front of it, waiting patiently for people to walk into the
I returned from Manila mid last week and have been tied up with few other things, hence did not get a chance to properly write about this news. I am one of the 10 finalists for the Singapore Blog Awards 2012 in the Photography category. If you have a moment to spare I would appreciate
Another Hipstamatic shot on iPhone 4s taken earlier this morning. When was the last time you called using public telephone? The Hipstamatic combination used was John S lens and Blackey Supergrain film.
Hipstamatic shot on iPhone 4s of our reflection as the train passed by at the City Hall Train Station. The Hipstamatic combination used was John S lens and Blackey Supergrain film.
Black and white iPhone photography using the Hipstamatic app is very fun. Depending on the combination of “lens” and “film” you use, it could give you a very nice result. My favorite for the black and white is John S lens with Blackey Supergrain film. These few shots were taken with my iPhone 4s few
Two hipstamatic shots using iPhone 4s of passengers on the train taken couple days ago.
Shot with iPhone 4s, can you tell, which parts are the reflection and which parts are not? Sorry for being quite lately. But changes are coming. I may have more time to update this blog from now onward. Fingers crossed.