- Robert Morrissey, Commercial Photographer
iPhone photography, termed iPhoneography, has been credited with some amazing photographs to the point where many photographers are putting away their DSLR cameras and lenses while grabbing their iPhone when heading out the door for a photo shoot. Add to it that amateurs are crossing the professional barriers with a touch of the iPhone screen, and there is little argument that iPhoneography is here to stay. Those who have the iPhone 6 are experiencing a new sensor with faster focus speeds and better low light images. The screen on the iPhone 6 is 4.7 inches with a 326ppi resolution, which Android users have enjoyed for a while now.
So, what is the next level for iPhoneography? That is exactly what is addressed in commercial photographer Robert Morrissey's iPhoneography Pro: Techniques For Taking Your iPhone Photography To The Next Level (Amherst Media, August 2015). I reached out to Morrissey, who took a break from his busy work as a commercial photographer to answer some questions about his book and the topic of iPhoneography.
HH: What gave credence to writing a “Pro” book on iPhoneography?