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Smart Phone Smart Photography

Author : Jo Bradford
ISBN : 9781782497714
Genre : Photography
File Size : 37.74 MB
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“... a genuinely useful guide to the more technical side of phone shooting, including editing with popular apps like Snapseed. Jo Bradford makes the most of the creative possibilities of modern smartphone cameras, and her tips on improving exposure and ensuring decent prints are really useful.” Awarded 5 stars by Amateur Photographer Maximize your potential to get the shots you want with this guide to photography for both Apple and Android phones. There’s a saying that the best camera for the job is the one you have with you when an opportunity arises. Thanks to the boom in camera-phone technology, today we’re lucky enough to have a camera to hand to capture all those incredible moments. But are you making the most of that powerful tool in your pocket? Do the photos you have taken tend to be blurry, or look nothing like what you're seeing? If you want to shoot incredible images with your phone, buy Smart Phone, Smart Photography. Covering simple techniques that will allow you to get the image that you see every single time, you will soon be telling your camera what to do with confidence. Start with The Big Picture and get to know your camera phone and the rules behind taking the perfect shot. The next chapter, Taking Great Pictures, explains the key disciplines of photography – portrait, abstraction, macro, still life and plenty more. Finally, the Post-production chapter demonstrates how to use apps to edit and enhance your images and create incredible prints for display.
Category: Photography

The Smartphone Photography Guide

Author : Peter Cope
ISBN : 1780979126
Genre : Digital cameras
File Size : 30.19 MB
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A guide to taking, creating, manipulating, and sharing photographs and videos taken on smart phones or tablets covers such topics as using special effects and shooting different subjects, including children, sports, and selfies.
Category: Digital cameras

Smartphone Photography In Easy Steps

Author : Nick Vandome
ISBN : 1840789018
Genre : Computers
File Size : 67.49 MB
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Smartphone Photography in easy steps reveals the exciting world of taking photos with your smartphone, and shows how to enhance them so that you can create memories of which you can be proud. Covers iPhones and Android phones.
Category: Computers

Smartphone Photography

Author : A. R. Knight
ISBN : 1949647048
Genre :
File Size : 37.72 MB
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Beginner Photography Book, Portraits, Lighting, Composition, Portraits for Jobs, Dating Sites,and Social Media Sites
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Through A Bible Lens

Author : Mel Alexenberg
ISBN : 9781595556509
Genre : Religion
File Size : 40.59 MB
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Through a Bible Lens: Biblical Insights for Smartphone Photography and Social Media by Professor Mel Alexenberg teaches people of all faiths how biblical insights can transform smartphone photography and social media into creative ways for seeing spirituality in everyday life. It develops conceptual and practical tools for observing, documenting and sharing reflections of biblical messages in all that we do. It speaks to Jews and Christians who share an abiding love of the Bible by inspiring the creation of a lively dialogue between our emerging life stories and the enduring biblical narrative.The author is an artist, educator and writer exploring the interface between biblical consciousness, creative process, and postdigital culture. His artworks are in the collections of museums worldwide. He was professor at Columbia University and research fellow at MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies. In Israel, head of Emunah College School of the Arts and professor at Ariel and Bar-Ilan universities. He is author of The Future of Art in a Postdigital Age: From Hellenistic to Hebraic Consciousness.Through a Bible Lens speaks in the language of today's digital culture of smartphones and social media. It demonstrates to both young and old the most up-to-date thoughts on the interactions between The Bible and the impact of new technologies on contemporary life. Christians and Jews will enjoy sharing the book’s spiritual messages with their children and grandchildren.Professor Alexenberg draws on six Divine attributes in the biblical verse “Yours God are the Compassion, the Strength, the Beauty, the Success, the Splendor, and the Foundation of everything in heaven and earth” (Chronicles 1:29) to demonstrate how smartphone photographers become God’s partners in creation when photographing daily life through a Bible lens.He describes how the lives of biblical personalities exemplify these Divine attributes: Abraham and Ruth embody Compassion, Isaac and Sarah are models of Strength, Jacob and Rebecca represent Beauty, Success is demonstrated by Moses and Miriam, Splendor by Aaron and Deborah, and Foundation by Joseph and Tamar. There is a confluence emerging in the 21st century between biblical consciousness and a postdigital culture that addresses the humanization of digital technologies. Both share a structure of consciousness and its cultural expression that honors creative process and seeing with a different spirit, like Caleb who saw goodness in the Land of Israel while others could not (Numbers 14:24). We are fortunate to be living in age of digital technologies that gives us ways to experience invisible worlds becoming visible. These experiences give clues that help us appreciate the insightful imagination of ancient spiritual teachers who visualized invisible realms. Smartphones are gateways to the world that make invisible realms blanketing our planet become visible with a flick of a finger. Their imbedded cameras capture images, store them as invisible bits and bytes, and display them as colorful pictures. In all of human history, never has there been such a proliferation of images. A centuries-old Jewish method of Bible study called PaRDeS offers creative ways for looking beyond the surface of smartphone images by extending contemporary methods of photographic analysis to reveal spiritual significance. An exemplary blogart project, Bible Blog Your Life http://throughabiblelens.blogspot.com, turns theory into practice. The author and his wife Miriam created it to celebrate their 52nd year of marriage. For 52 weeks, they posted photographs reflecting their life together with a text of Tweets that relate to the weekly Bible portion. Selected blog posts from each of the first five books of the Bible demonstrate how to transform the ancient biblical narrative into a mirror for people today to see themselves. Fifty photographs from these posts are reproduced in color in the book.
Category: Religion

How To Take Photos With Your Smartphone

Author : Albert Kim
ISBN : 9781387019717
Genre : Art
File Size : 30.8 MB
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Learning how to take photos with your Smartphone camera can change how you perceive smartphone photography. Your phone is convenient and enables you shoot in different. You do not need to be a professional to take pictures that you can share on social networks. Here is how to get started...
Category: Art

Through A Bible Lens

Author : Mel Alexenberg
ISBN : 1595558314
Genre : Religion
File Size : 53.74 MB
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Through a Bible Lens teaches people of all faiths how biblical insights can transform smartphone photography and social media into imaginative ways for seeing spirituality in everyday life. It inspires the creation of a vibrant dialogue between one's emerging life story and the enduring biblical narrative.
Category: Religion

Social Photography

Author : Daniela Bowker
ISBN : 9781781571774
Genre : Photography
File Size : 64.69 MB
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Hot photo apps come and go, but the practice of shooting and sharing is universal and is now a fundamental part of the way that we communicate with each other. Photos aren't printed on paper anymore - they are displayed on screens; and everywhere they are shown, the viewer is invited to like or share. Social Photography will show you how to create photos that will be clicked on, liked, shared, and - if you want - go viral. A must-read for anyone who takes their online presence seriously, this book will show you how to give your photos a fresh look, give you hundreds of posing and shooting ideas, and let you share your life's most exciting moments wider than ever before.
Category: Photography

Mastering The Iphone 11 Camera

Author : James Nino
ISBN : 1696875528
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The iPhone 11 is one of the phones released by Apple in September 2019. The phone is not just faster and more powerful than all the phones before it, it equally comes with the most amazing Camera ever to come out of the Apple phone factory or whatever it may be called.This book is just the guide you need to be able to correctly operate and manipulate the camera. The phone unlike earlier versions come with a double set of Camera at the back, which is able to extend the function beyond what users of previous versions of the phone are used to. This easy to use book will get you up to speed with how to extend the functionality of the camera on the new iPhone.In this book, you will learn how to:Use the native iPhone app to take picturesTake solfies or selfies Use zoom and aspect ratioNavigate between taking burst and record videos and how not to get confused in the processTake pictures in night mode and ways to exercise better control on the night modeLearn many new controls that you did not know exist on your iPhone
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