5 TIPS to take AWESOME landscape photos on your iPhone

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I have been doing landscape photography with my iPhone for years now. It is the one camera that is always with me.

I have put together 5 tips and techniques to help your landscape photography with your smart phone.

The tips include what apps to use and what gear can help you as well as editing iPhone images.

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MY PHOTOGRAPHY GEAR

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Nikon D810 –
Nikon 70-200m f/2.8 –
Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 –
Nikon 16-35mm f/4 –
Haoge L bracket for D810 –
NiSi 10 stop filter –
Lee Filters Landscape Pro Kit –
Fujifilm X-T2 –
Fuji XF35mm F2 –
iPhone Quad lock – (as seen in video)
GorillaPod – (as seen in video)
Espon 3800 (3880 is newer model)

PHOTOGRAPHY PAPER I USE

Matt fine art – Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308g
Semi-glass fine art – Canson Baryta Photographique

MY VLOGGING GEAR

Yi 4K+ action camera –
Rode Lav Mic –

iPhone APPS I USE

Snapseed – goo.gl/uy1Aoh
TPE – goo.gl/FyRcjg
Magic Seaweed – goo.gl/pXb6ls

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  1. Many thanks, Nigel, for this excellent video. Though I own a couple very good cameras (Canon DLSR and Fuju X-T2) it took me a while to come to grips with the fact that my iPhone is also a very good camera I should be using it as one. Your video has been extremely helpful in providing good information to help me better use my iPhone as a real landscape camera. The apps you are using are excellent and I've already downloaded them. I look forward to getting a tripod mount to enable me to stabilize the phone/camera. Thanks again for all this information. Cheers!

  2. Very informative video I think we all take our mobile phones as just a little point and shoot but you've proved you can do much more with very good results .
    Great vid Nigel really enjoying them.