iPhone Studio Camera

January 25th, 2012 § 0 comments

Personal Project: Maximizing My Photography With Minimalism

Here is an idea that you probably have never thought of: iPhone Studio Camera. You may be thinking to yourself, “This has already been done.”, and you would be correct.

When the iPhone4 came out, there were professional photographers who took it into the studio and created beautiful images. But, how many iPhone users are actually able to have their own studios?

Not only am I going to share how I can create a low budget studio, I’m also going to show you how you can get great shots from an iPhone 3GS.

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Here is an image of bananas. The image is simple with the subject off center and contrasted against the background.

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Here is a bottle of hand soap. These are simple images that are easy to setup and make, and I did them all from my living room couch.

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Both images were shot on my dark blue couch. I set up a 100 watt shop light on my tripod, and I set the exposure with a 4×5 gray card. (My next post will go into depth on the use of a gray card and how it can greatly improve your photography.)

What did I learn from this experience? First, I did not have to rent space or build elaborate sets in order to create great images. Second, you do not need top of the line gear to create great images. I have film and digital slr cameras that can out perform the iPhone, but I have the same capability that will fit in my pocket.

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