A local Seattle photographer, Chase Jarvis, is known for his quote, “The best camera is the one that you have with you.” I have been a professional photographer for nearly 14 years and am often asked what camera is best, which is such a big question! And I have questions in return: How often will you use the camera? Are you technical or willing to learn? How much would you like to edit and sit at the computer?
Today I want to chat about iPhone photography (iPhone-ography)! Most people may not have a pro-level camera but do have their smartphones with them all the time. Our access to constant connection can be both a blessing and a curse. One aspect that I love about “iPhone-ography” is that the technical barriers have been simplified so the creative eye can just practice without having to connect the dots of technology and execution.
Last week I tried something really new with FaceTime photo sessions with ten of our Nest employees, their kiddos and other family members, and their fur babies. The theme was “Working from Home” and our Nesters wore their favorite cozy-at-home looks and we made it happen. And now, you’re gonna learn how to do it. The following may sound confusing at first, but once you get on the call with a friend, it is a lot of fun!
Michael Dean said:
Will be trying this with a model friend later this week. She’s in Texas I am in Pennsylvsnia
Aiyana Baldwin said:
I just wanna really nice photo shoot
Rach K. said:
Thanks for the ideas! :)
This is so cool – thanks for sharing the steps!