A digital photography course these days would be remiss if at least one assignment didn’t cover our cell phone cameras. I recently taught a class for the Girl Scouts. I showed up with a high end digital camera, and a point-n-shoot, all ready to explain shutter speeds, f/stops, etc. Every single one of the nine girl scouts had iPhones or iPads with which to do their photos. I put away the cameras, took out my iPhone 6, and got to work with them.
Certainly cell phone cameras have come a long way. And for many uses they are the most practical camera to have on hand. There’s a saying, the best camera is the one you have with you. While this assignment is geared toward the iPhone, you may use whatever cell phone camera you have. There are a lot of tutorials online for every phone imaginable. So Google away!
Also, I want to mention the Apps available for the iPhone and others. There are a zillion. But one I use a lot, and there are photos from it in the example folder, is the Hipstamatic. I know it is available for the iPhone, and I hope for others, such as the Androids. It’s very inexpensive, and a lot of creative fun. So download it and give it a try if you want.
Due to me are three phone photographs, made as seriously (though they can be humorous images, of course) as if you used your DSLR.
Navigate to Blackboard Unit 12 to submit your work.