Did you know we have an article relating to mobile photography every Monday?
There are articles on mobile editing, gear, apps, reviews and more.
Here are a few of the latest, in case you missed them.
Make the most of your iPhone 14 with these top photography apps
If you just picked up the shiny new iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro and want to make the most of their powerful cameras, this roundup is for you.
Identify your subjects with Visual Look Up
I was looking through the photos on my iPhone 13 Pro and noticed in the tools under the image that the information tool also had little stars next to it. Visual Look Up is a feature that lets you quickly find the subject in your photo — like plant species, dog breed and more.
Nine ideas for where to share your photography Instagram Guides
Instagram Guides let you create curated lists of posts from your Instagram account and other accounts. Originally rolled out to selected exercise and travel influencers, they’re now available for everyone and have so many uses for wedding photographers, portrait photographers and more.
A first look at Capture One for iPad
Back in June, Capture One released its long-awaited Capture One iPad edition under a subscription plan with a monthly fee of $4.99. At the time of the launch, the iPad version of Capture One has many of the edition features that are very familiar to existing users of Capture One’s desktop version. However, there are several strong features in Capture One Pro’s desktop program that are not yet on the iPad version.
The amazing app for clouds and weather, day or night
I often get asked about what mobile apps I use for night photography. When I mention that one of my favorites is Clear Outside, most people have never heard of it.
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These are just a few of the recent articles related to mobile photography. You can find all of the past Mobile Monday articles here.
Do you have questions about mobile photography? Is there something in particular that you’d like to learn more about? We are always looking for ideas on topics that you, our readers would like to read about.
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