South Cliff Funicular

South Cliff Funicular - an example of iPhoneography

iPhoneography is an art of creating photos with Apple iPhone.[1] It does not matter, whether a photo is edited using different graphics applications, or not. However, this issue is often argued over among iPhone photographers.

iPhoneography has grown quickly since 2011, more professional photographers ventured into this field and started recognizing the value of an iPhone image. The New York Times published a summer series of reportages[2] using Instagram in August, 2011. The photographer Damon Winter won prizes for his Hipstamatic photos[3] of the war in Afghanistan.[4]

iPhoneography technics

iPhoneography technics are created using iOS-based apps.
Basic editing technics are:

Basic effects are:

  • Abstract
  • Blur
  • Dramatic
  • Graphic
  • Grunge
  • Lighting
  • Painterly
  • Portrait
  • Surreal
  • Vintage


The list of iPhone most popular applications that allow to take a photo, apply editing and effects and share it in different social media:

and others.


External links

This article uses material from the Wikipedia article Iphoneography, that was deleted or is being discussed for deletion, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
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