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iPhoneography: From Shooting to Storytelling

Posted on March 14th, by koci hernandez in Blog, Tutorials, Video. 2 comments

Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Photography-Photography-tutorials/iPhone-Photography-fro…

This iPhone tutorial titled “Welcome” is from the introduction of the iPhone Photography, from Shooting to Storytelling course presented by lynda.com author Richard Koci Hernandez. This specific tutorial is just a single clip pulled from a larger course on lynda.com. The complete iPhone Photography, from Shooting to Storytelling course celebrates the art of iPhoneography, describes how to shoot, enhance, and share photos with an Apple iPhone, and has a total duration time of 1 hour and 46 minutes.

To view more of this course on lynda.com, click the link above.

iPhone Photography, from Shooting to Storytelling table of contents:

Shooting on the Streets of Los Angeles
Using Apps to Enhance Your Shots
Storytelling and Sharing
The iPhone Photography Community
Bonus Chapter: 1197 Conference Sampler

2 Responses to “iPhoneography: From Shooting to Storytelling”

  1. Manuel Voss says:

    I just wanted to say “Thank you” I just finished watching your videos and was impressed by how much you share, your a true Educator. You might be surprised but I especially liked when you showed the pics of the gentleman shining shoes that weren’t quite right. I love seeing the process, working the location until everything clicks. As student I think its important we see all the steps. When we only see the finished shots we are miss led into believing there were no bad ones. (some photographers like it that way)
    Props to you and konstruktivist, both of you produce some fine work. I’m a follower on IG
    Thanks again and keep up the good work!
    IGer – emanueljayv

    • konstruktivist says:

      You are welcome, Manuel.
      Yes, it’s very important to understand your environment, to be alert with all your senses and allow yourself to make mistakes. We all do, it’s the fun part of taking photos. You try until you get it. And when you get it you try to understand why it worked that way.


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