iPhotography Course Blog

Read the latest articles below

5 Rainy Day Projects

5 Rainy Day Projects Bit of rainy day? Are you stuck indoors with nothing to do? Got your camera handy? Great! Turn off the TV and let’s have some fun with iPhotography’s 5 home-based photo projects. You don’t need any special equipment, just a camera – even your...

read more

6 Creative Built-In Camera Filters

6 Creative Filters (that are hidden in your camera) If you’re always shooting in auto or manual mode then there may be a whole world of creative filters built into your camera that you are totally missing out on! We decided to spend a day taking pictures...

read more

NEW Video Channel – iPhotography on YouTube

  iPhotography on YouTube   iPhotography on YouTube We’ve got a HUGE YouTube announcement for you!  Alongside the many changes, we’ve made to iPhotography lately. We’ve now created a YouTube channel dedicated to the iPhotography community! It’s...

read more
Incredibly Easy Cinemagraphs

Incredibly Easy Cinemagraphs

How to Create a Cinemagraph A cinemagraph is a hypnotic, innovating and mesmerising piece of art that seamlessly combines a still image with a looped video by clever use of masking layers. Cinemagraphs are ultimately still a photograph but with small areas that are...

read more

7 Steps for a Colour Splash

7 Simple Steps to Create a Colour Splash Creating a colour splash in Photoshop, in an otherwise monochromatic world, is how some artists bring life to their artwork. This is an ideal tutorial for those wishing to brighten up your images by using your creative photo...

read more

Create a 2D Landscape in Photoshop

How to Create a 2D Landscape Scene 2D Landscape - The simplest technique in the Photoshop handbook!  This is the ideal tutorial for those of you who just love creating something from nothing. For this brand-new, step-by-step guide you will require nothing but...

read more

Online Course v College Degree

Online Course v College Are formal educations 'soooo last year'? While sitting down writing a new blog for iPhotography we pondered, 'What's the best; an Online Course v College Degree?' With all this content we produce, we’ve never stopped to think (until...

read more

Creative & Quirky Family Portrait Tips

Creative and Quirky Family Portrait Tips Family portraits are one of the most exciting areas of photography, as you never know what you're going to encounter! Well, who wants regular family portraits these days? Here at iPhotography™ we love stretching boundaries,...

read more

5 Free Photoshop Actions

5 Free Photoshop Actions 5 Free Photoshop Actions iPhotography Students Click Here Instead Welcome to iPhotography's 5 Free Photoshop Actions! Inspired by professional artwork and traditional photographic methods we've custom made these Photoshop Actions for you to...

read more

Stories From Behind the Camera: Iconic Portraits

Stories From Behind the Camera: The World's Most Iconic Portraits Some iconic photographs last longer in the mind because of the subject. There's nothing more interesting to people than other people. In our inaugural insight of ‘Stories from Behind the Camera’, we...

read more

Brexit Photography: The 5 Alarming Changes

Brexit Photography: The 5 Alarming Changes Brexit, Brexit, Brexit - It’s certainly all over the news in the UK (and we’re sure elsewhere in the world too). However, absolutely no one is talking about the monumental changes that Brexit will have on photography. This...

read more

Capturing Mother’s Day

Capturing Mother's Day Mother's Day photography must start with us DEFINING THE WORD MOTHER: Wife, Sister, Lover, Housekeeper, lifesaver, chef, mentor, teacher, guardian angel, nurse, coach, storyteller, monster killer, planner, organizer, decorator, crafter, best...

read more

Life on the Streets: The Secrets of Street Photography

Life on the Streets: The Secrets of Street Photography Are you the kind of person who loves to ‘people watch’? Are you looking to push your street photography into the public domain? Would you like to learn to capture life in its purest form? Well, then you need to...

read more

RAW and JPEG (and when to use them)

RAW & JPEG (and when to use them) If you are a member of the wonderful iPhotography community, you would have heard us mention RAW and JPEG file formats on our course. Still, we’re sure there are moments of confusion when you don’t know which one to use. So, we...

read more

Learn photography the iPhotography™ way

There’s no right or wrong way to take a photograph. But, if you spend all your time obeying the ‘rules’ of photography, your work will simply look like everyone else’s.

A shot can be technically perfect but aesthetically boring! That’s why iPhotography Course not only teaches you all the standard technical expertise, settings, skills, and special effects with your camera – but we also show you how to use these skills to develop your own individual style as a photographer.

Join our worldwide community