Thanks to the iPhone, many more of us have a camera in our pocket. But, like any art, great photography takes time. (Maybe not as much money wasted on roll upon roll of 35mm film, though.) That's why we put together Macworld's iPhone Photography Superguide, our attempt to help you glide through the rough patches and on to photographic stardom. This book explains it all: The nitty-gritty bits of taking pictures, editing and sharing your work, and using third-party apps and accessories to move from mischief to mastery. Learn how your iPhone can quickly transform into a portable camera when you need it to, whether it's buttons pulling double duty or app shortcuts built into iOS. Discover how to take pictures in almost any situation using old photography tricks and tips. Decide how you'd like to edit, sort, and organize your images; we offer tips on the Photos app, iPhoto for iOS, and suggestions for third-party applications that can make your image-editing easier. And, if you want to see what other goodies can propel your iPhone to mobile photograph greatness, we've got just the thing with a roundup of the top iPhone photography accessories.An iPhone isna#39;t perfect for your every photographic need . But it can serve awfully well ... True, with an iPhone you lack some settings controls . The gadget also sports smaller image sensors and a fixed aperture (the depth of field in an image) .
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