For the next photography guide in this series, I thought we would go over taking photos on an iPhone as this is what I used for well over a year in the beginning for all photos on my blog. And occasionally I still use for blog/Instagram photos. As when I’m out and about, I don’t really want to carry my expensive DSLR camera with me. So how can you get high-quality photographs using your iPhone?

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For the next Beginner’s Guide is A Color Story, which is a phone application that I love using! If I take any photo on my phone and want to send it to Instagram right away I will always edit the image through this application. Sometimes I’ll even send photos I took on my DSLR to my phone just to I can edit in this application over Photoshop. Granted I do love them equally. So how do you use this application?

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I’m going to start doing a series on using various photography programs and camera basics as I have been seeing some questions coming in about this. And I wanted to start with Photoshop because this program can seem daunting at first. There are a lot of options and can be quite confusing to learn when you don’t know where to go in the application to complete specific items. Now there might be several of these guides dedicated to Photoshop specifically, but those will be more focused on specific topics.

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During my first year of blogging daily, I used stock photos for a good handful of blog posts that were in the lifestyle or blogging category. It was helpful for saving time and the stress of trying to figure out how to create a photo for that type of post. But at this point, on my second year I want to stop using ones created by others and create one of my own. And some of these will be available in the shop section, if there is one that you think I should create for in there just let me know and I can create a pack. I feel like stock photos are a great option for bloggers as they can be flexible for the blog posts you are creating. These are the general tips that I use when creating stock photos.

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everal months ago I decided to invest in a new camera for my blog and YouTube channel, which is the Canon Rebel EOS T6. Now I haven’t fully switched over to using this camera for my YouTube channel as I haven’t quite gotten the settings to work correctly for what I need it to do. Now you don’t need a fancy DSLR camera to do blog photography, I used an iPhone previously for all my photographs. And it was super easy to use and didn’t require you to have a separate camera. But I wanted to get a DSLR camera in the worst way, so after a lot of research and debate I decided to get myself one.

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