On this website, you can find countless tips and tricks on how to photograph nature, people, yourself, concerts, sunrise, and sunset. If you are really into Smartphone Photography, you can even follow some online courses. I have compiled a list of some awesome video lessons from fellow photographers.
Learn to shoot like a pro with Sam Elkins. Since he was a teenager, Sam has been blowing people’s minds with his photography. Now you can take your images to a professional level with this iPhone Photography Course. From captivating portraits to beautifully composed landscapes, Sam will share his techniques for capturing photos good enough to get professional work. The only thing you need is an iPhone!
Taking Better iPhone Photos
So you want to take better photographs with your iPhone? Join professional photographer and designer Dan Tom for this starter course with Wildist as he walks you through his process to shoot, edit, and apply your unique perspective to create distinct story-driven images.
Mastering Lightroom & Photoshop Fundamentals
Master the tools in Lightroom and Photoshop to work together to get professional-looking results. Coming to you live from his bedroom (thank you, quarantine) – Andrew Kearns provides the in-depth knowledge you need to control the contrast and color and create distinct images.
Composition & Framing for Videographers
Like any camera, phones have strengths and weaknesses. Learn what shots work best on a phone and how to make your film look pro-level. In this lesson, Moment Filmmaker Joshua Martin breaks down how to compose and frame your shots so that your mobile footage looks cinematic. You’ll learn basic color theory, composition rules, and creative vs. classic shot types. Your viewers won’t even know your footage came from a phone.
My top 3 affordable tripods are excellent for smartphone photographers who want a lightweight, versatile and foldable one.
My absolute favorite tripod, the Joby Gorillapod, costs between $40 and $50 and is available on Amazon.