If you’ve not heard of the iPhotography Flip Cards already I can honestly change you they’ve helped me improve the speed of my photography and creativity.
Even as a professional photographer and tutor there’s sometimes, I get stuck for ideas of what to shoot and how I should compose my photo.
The iPhotography Flip Cards come in a bundle of 30 double sided, weatherproof, credit card sized field guides for beginner and amateur photographers. They contain a range of photography tips and ideas covering…
• Shutter Speed
• Black and White
• Landscape Ideas
• Portrait Lighting Setups
• Wildlife Tips
…and so much more!
If want to know everything about the iPhotography Flip Cards, click here to find out more and get your hands on a set. It’ll make photography so much easier for you.
Here at iPhotography we’re suckers for adventure. From developing innovative concepts to exploring uncharted terrain, we just love jetting off!
Our professional photography tutors can’t get enough of the exciting photography opportunities that welcome us abroad. Not long ago I took to the skies once more and trekked along the Great Wall of China.
Whilst on a hike, along the Great Wall of China with my friend Anna, I got out my iPhotography Flip Cards. I took my Flip Cards to China for a handy compositional reminder along the way. Though I was packing for all weather conditions, the Flip Cards were a light addition to my day bag.
Given the vast, incredible views and absolutely fantastic sights we were about to see, obtaining the perfect composition was vital! It soon became clear to me that my fellow hikers were missing some simple, yet effective tips in their photography set-up.
My friend Anna was very keen to show this marvellous wonder of the world through her iPhone camera. Being a photography tutor, she came to me for advice and guidance for ways to improve her photos through the trip.
This is where the Flip Cards played a huge asset! Every day I’d teach her a new compositional tip from the cars to focus on with Anna. This not only gave us a little task to work on each day, but it also taught Anna photography in a really fun and simple way.
Using the Flip Cards Anna and I managed to shoot a range of photographs along the Great Wall of China. These images were built on the principles of photography composition and made the final shots well balanced and dramatic.
The following images are a mix of Anna’s, who wasn’t experienced in photography before the trip, and mine.