Macro Photo iPhone Photography
There's another interesting element of photography that the iPhone 10 does so well and that's what are called macro photos. That's another just fancy word in photography for closeup. So there's a couple things that you should remember. One is that both lenses, whether it's the 1x or 2x when you're in the photo mode, both of those can get great closeups. I think you should experiment with that. Thing two is this is a really easy way to get a lot of somewhat interesting photographs when the light is not that great, when it's even sort of cloudy or overcast and when your subject is done and tired and you might wanna like, in this case Soren, it's the end of the day, he's been working super hard, but I was just dying to get a handful more photographs. And I started looking at his bike and there's all this really cool detail. The last thing you should know about macro photography on the iPhone is it's so easy. It's literally just touching on the screen in the area that you want to be in tha...
t crisp focus and then taking a couple of pictures. It's super easy. I recommend you experiment between the 1x and the 2x lens. And other than that, just play. Find some really interesting textures. I'm gonna go look for some stuff on his bike right now and demonstrate what I mean. Smile at me one more time. Nice. Just picking up a couple of quick details here. Why don't you look at my friend Jake again. Let's move your bike over here real quick, if we can bud. Right there, sit on your bike. I want you to look right here. Oh, that's money. A little smile. There you go, nice. Portrait mode. Right here. Bring your chin around a little bit further. There ya go. And grab onto your handle there, just like that. Put your hand on your other grip too. Nice. And put your foot on this pedal here. Let's get that pedal out in front of you. There ya go, a little bit higher, little bit higher. Little higher, there ya go. And roll back just a little bit, there ya go. Turn your bars sideways a little bit. Awesome. Super good. Is there any other detail I wanna get? Yeah, just put your hands down on your side. So that was awesome, super easy. As you could see, I was just touching on the areas on the screen that I wanted to be in sharp focus. That also adjusted the exposure. If I wanted a different exposure than the phone was giving me automatically, I could just touch and hold and then slide up and down and you could see it get brighter and darker. That's just super easy way to get a lot of really cool photos that you wouldn't otherwise think of. I also, I think it's worth remarking that as I was shooting those details, I did look up and see a little rim of light on his face and so I moved in and got a couple, I wouldn't consider those macro shots because they're not totally close up, but just a couple of really close, intimate portraits. And I did the same exact thing that I'm doing in the macro part, where I'm looking at his bike tire. I take those same thoughts and I apply them to taking a closeup picture of his face. I just touch on the area that I want to be in sharp focus and then I slide my finger up and down to get a great exposure, hit the shutter a couple times and I ended up with a handful of good shots. So in conclusion, don't forget about the macro element of taking pictures with the iPhone 10. It's so good at that with both the 1x and the 2x lens and incidentally, it's also really good in video mode. So play around with that, I think you'll really like what you get.
AFTER THIS CLASS YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
- Know which lighting option to use to get the best image—studio light, natural light, low light, stage light, or studio mono.
- Use the dual optical image stabilization for taking an image when you’re in motion.
- Capture macro images such as flowers and details on clothing.
- Take a great selfie.
- Know how and when to use the different lenses built into your iPhone, including optical, wide angle, telephoto lens, and digital zoom.
- Make your photos look great in post-processing using lighting effects, filters, tone, brightness, color, saturation, cropping, and more.
ABOUT CHASE’S CLASS:
If you’ve got a new iPhone X or another type of advanced smartphone, you’ve got a powerful, professional-grade camera able to achieve the same kind of results that used to require a $10,000 investment. The problem is, most people aren’t familiar enough with their phone’s features to take full advantage of its photographic capabilities.
This short, impactful course on Apple iPhone photography is designed to change the way you take pictures with your phone and give you the knowledge you need to use your camera to its full potential. You’ll be amazed at how a few key tips and tricks can revolutionize the way you shoot and result in gorgeous photos that will make people think you’re a real pro.
This class will help you:
- Learn simple portrait mode posing techniques for kids, adults, families, and groups.
- Capture those fleeting, candid moments, including action shots of fast-moving subjects.
- Get tips for shooting gorgeous landscapes and cityscapes.
- Use natural light to create both indoor and outdoor portraits.
- Utilize the newest Apple iPhone X camera features to capture gorgeous 4K and slo-mo video.
- Go on a tour of key iPhone X camera features that will help you make the most of the new technology.
Photographer, entrepreneur, and CreativeLive founder and CEO Chase Jarvis is the ideal instructor for this course. Chase is a pioneer in mobile photography, having created the world’s first book of mobile photos and popularized the saying “the best camera is the one that’s with you.” In his down-to-earth style, Chase gives you just the right amount of instruction to help you capture amazing portraits, action photos, landscapes, and videos. This class will take you through various real-life scenarios that help you shoot pictures that you’re excited to share.
WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR:
- People who want to take better photos with their phones and know more about the new features of their device.
- Those who want to learn about new and undiscovered features of their iPhone X camera app to take great photos.
- People who want to learn the basics of photo composition and lighting so they can take the best shots.
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