This easy-to-use, info-packed book is the brainchild of my good friend Alli Worthington. In fact, she describes it as “the prettiest, skimmable and most helpful iPhone photography ebook ever.” I’ll admit to long being addicted to Alli’s Instagram photos, so no one was more psyched than I when I realized this book was in progress.
The great thing about iPhone Photography: The Visual Guide is that it’s an ideal tool for all sorts of budding iPhone photographers. Maybe you’ve learned the basics of iPhone photography and want to learn new skills. Or perhaps you feel like you’re drowning in iPhone photos and want a better way to store (and back up) your images. Guess what? All of that info—and more—is in the guide.
What I love about this ebook is that it’s a great tool for marketers and small business owners, too. Adding creative and unexpected photos to your blog posts is an easy way to make your content much more engaging and more likely to be viewed and shared. And taking your own photos? Well, that’s more fun and less expensive than buying them or using lame free stock images.
Rich media (including awesome photos) is a big deal. And rich media goes a long way toward driving interest and engagement in the social space. So if you’re not already doing it, be sure you’re using photos (and some visual appeal) as part of your content marketing efforts – whether it’s your brand’s Facebook page, G+ page or your corporate blog.
And learning how to take really great pics with your iPhone? It’ll quickly become an addiction. I promise.
The best news of all? This fantastic resource will set you back a mere $5. Yep, you read that correctly. Not much to pay for a heck of a content tool, right?
So what are you waiting for? Download the book, grab your iPhone and prepare to channel your inner Ansel Adams. And once you’re finished, come back and tell us the best thing you learned from iPhone Photography: The Visual Guide. Better yet, share some killer photos!
A final note? Go Alli! I’m so proud of you for making this a reality!
Image by sridgway via Creative Commons