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 iPhone Photography: Recommended Apps & Accessories

An overview about reviews and tutorials of iPhone camera apps, iPhone photo editing apps, iPhone Lenses and tripods for iPhone photography.

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Recommended iPhone Camera Apps

I’ve tried lots of camera apps during the years but I keep returning to those 4 iPhone camera apps which I consider the best. With those 4 recommended iPhone camera apps you can shoot HDR, RAW, in low light conditions, with automatic perspective correction, in manual mode and even in either ISO or shutter priority mode and even take 32 megapixel photos with iPhone.

 
 

The four camera apps above are the ones I use regularly and recommend. For reviews of all camera apps, including the ones I’ve used in the past, head over to the blog.

Recommended iPhone Photo Editing Apps

One of my “traveling light” mindset is to get rid of things. And that applies to iPhone photo editing apps, too. So, as of falls 2019, and with recent updates of Adobe Lightroom and iOS13 around the corner, I could (again) slim down the number of iPhone photo editing apps I use regularly. Currently, I’m just using these 4 apps for 99% of my photo editing on iPhone.

 

I’ve written extensive reviews about and tutorials for iPhone photo editing apps. The above apps are the ones I use regularly as of fall 2019. But if you’re curious, head over to the blog and check out all the reviews and tutorials of all the iPhone photo editing apps I use and used.

 iPhone Photography Classes

I’m offering video classes and I’m kicking things off by offering live (!) video classes on Lightmob.io. The first class I’m offering is a live class where you’ll learn retouching photos with touch retouch app, that I have been using for years!

Recommended iPhone Lenses

Over the years, I’ve tried iPhone lenses from different brands, especially wide angle lenses. But I always return to the Moment lenses. These lenses are made of cinema quality glass contained in a metal housing. They provide an excellent picture quality and are robust. Yet, they’re small and fit my traveling light lifestyle. And they have the easiest mounting system I’ve seen so far.

 
 

By the way, Moment also sells a lens cleaning pen that I have and they also have a remote bluetooth shutter release, which I consider essential if you want to take long exposures. So you might want to check out those two things, too.

And if you’re still curious, head over to the blog and read all blog posts about lenses for iPhone that I’ve written so far.

iPhone Tripods and Tripod Mounts

A tripod for iPhone is essential if you want to take sharp photos in low light conditions or take long exposures. The requirements for an iPhone tripod maybe a little different to those for a DSLR. Here are my reviews of two tripods and tripod mounts I use for my iPhone photography.

 
 

Just in case you’d like to see the iPhone gear I’ve used in the past, here’s an overview about all the stuff I’ve used (and use)

iPhone Photography Tutorials

In the tutorials section of my blog I regularly share tutorials about how I shoot, edit and manage my iPhone photos. Those tutorials are focused around either around a particular topic or a workflow I use. Here are the latest six tutorials from the blog.