Rheanne Schlee is the associate editor of iPhone Life magazine. In her spare time Rheanne is an avid iPhoneographer who loves trying out the latest apps and gadgets for her iPhone camera. She recently graduated with her BA in literature and writing from Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa.
Vote now in the iPhone Life iPhone Photography Contest! The voting deadline is Saturday, March 7. Click HERE to choose your favorite images. The top nine photos will be featured in an upcoming issue of iPhone Life magazine.
When it comes to editing your images, the Photos app has always been a bit of a disappointment, even for the most basic of editing tasks. Thankfully, Apple has added a slew of new features to its Camera and Photos app, including an improved cropping tool.
Automatic exposure (which determines how light or dark our images should be) is so convenient and accurate most of the time, but then there are those times when we end up with overexposed or underexposed images that make us cringe. After all, our cameras are pretty advanced, but it's still impossible for them to recognize when we want our focal point darker (such when shooting silhouettes) or lighter.
It's photo contest time again. We know you enjoy taking the occasional artistic shot with your iPhone, so why not get rewarded for it? Enter our iPhone Photography Contest for a chance to win awesome prizes and a spot in our magazine!
If you tend to take a lot of pictures, then you understand the importance of being able to effectively organize those pictures so you can easily access them later. Thankfully, your built-in Photos app does just that, allowing you to place your shots into specific albums that you create yourself.
If you’re not one to splurge on third-party editing apps, but you would still like the benefits of being able to apply filters to your photos or tweak their contrast and color, then you’re in luck! Your iPhone’s built-in Photos app already has all the tools you’ll need to create just the right image you want.
If you stumble across a once-in-a-lifetime shot and want to be certain you have plenty of images to choose from, or even if you’re trying to capture a picture of your energetic child or pet, then you’ll love the Burst Mode feature in your Camera app.
Vote now in the iPhone Life iPhone Photography Contest! The voting deadline is Monday, January 5. Click HERE to choose your favorite images. The top 9 photos will be featured in an upcoming issue of iPhone Life magazine.
If you find you've accidently overedited an otherwise great image in the Photos app and then saved it, or cropped it down only to regret your decison later—no worries! This tip lets you go back in time and pretend those changes never happened.