Featured in Smartphone Photography
Outsmart your iPhone camera’s overzealous AI
Apps like Halide and Camera+ make it easy to bypass your smartphone's computational wizardry for more natural-looking photos.
How to delete your Instagram account
If you are over Instagram and want to free yourself from the social media giant, here's how you can delete your account.
How to make a stop-motion movie with a smartphone
Apps like iMovie, Splice, and Stop Motion Studio make it easier than ever the embrace your inner movie-maker.
How to set a timer on your iPhone camera
Learning how to set a timer on your iPhone camera can open up more possibilities of how you can use your phone's camera.
VSCO’s new pink and blue-hued ‘infrared’ filters
VSCO has two new sets of IR filters available in its mobile app, exclusive for VSCO members.
What’s Your Smartphone Photography Workflow?
With smartphone photography improving in leaps and bounds, what's your workflow like to get the best image possible?
Capture Winning Street Scenes with a Camera Phone
Aimee Baldridge explains how to make the most of the journalistic images you capture with a cellphone camera.
Tip of the Day: Getting the best camera phone photos
You probably take some pretty good or even great shots with your DSLR or even your point and shoot, but chances are your camera phone shots are still distant, grainy and poorly composed. Just because you can make calls on it, doesn't mean you shouldn't treat it like a real camera. The folks over at Digital Photography School have put together 13 great tips on how to get better photos from your camera phone, no matter what megapixels you're packing.