phoneography Etymology: Blend of phone and photography Noun phoneography ( uncountable )
1. The art and technology of taking, editing, and producing photo imagery through the use of a cellular phone.
If you know me or follow me on social media, you already know I love phoneography apps on my iPhone. I do not mind only shooting with my phone on trips and daily activities. The picture and video quality are quite good. I have been able to exhibit phone photos and print them as big as 20"x 20". I know that technology keeps getting better and better, and so do apps.
In my previous post, you will notice certain additional apps. I deleted those because I noticed that I was not using them at all. The only app I have consistently used since I first purchased an iPhone is Hipstamatic. It is my all-time favorite camera app—links to these apps on my previous post.
Below are Screenshot of the camera apps I am currently using (07/2020).
These are the video-making apps that I am using to create clips with a particular style, whether it's a loop, a time-lapse, or a stop-motion effect. Even a beautiful clip with music or sound and a post-processed vintage look. Deleting the apps that I wasn't using, and were taking up space on my phone was a great idea. Now can shoot more videos and photos and not worry about freeing up space!
If you are creating many photos and videos, it is wise to back up your phone to a cloud service. iCloud or Dropbox should work great. I use the later, and I'm delighted with it, in addition to manually backing up on a hard drive, which I always recommend.
For design, like adding text, graphics, and frames to your pictures, these are some apps I'm using:
I also use PhotoShop and Lightroom. But I am thinking about making a post specifically on those two apps so that I could go into detail. They are updated continuously and recently (July 2020) got a huge update that is worth checking out.
I shot this video using the phone's default camera app in a slow-motion setting (iPhone 8 Plus). I possitioned my phone on the ground between two poles of an oxer and hoped for the best!
Want to know more about the apps I use on the iPad? Here is an article I wrote regarding how I use my iPad Pro and the apps I enjoy. Also, here's the link to my blog site about my sketching experience—Alicia's Sketchbook.