• Instructors

    Jack Hollingsworth
  • Skill Level

    Level 2

    While there is undoubtedly a little bit of content for everyone; beginner, intermediate, and expert - the core content is specifically shot, edited, presented, and aimed at those who have working intermediary skills in iPhone shooting.

  • What You'll Get

    1.5 hours of Learning

    + Talk you through the principles as well as walk you through the process

    + Explain the philosophy as well as the technology

    + Practically demonstrate both his shooting and editing techniques

  • Learn To

    Master iPhone Photography

    + Understanding your iPhone camera and what it can do

    + Immersing yourself in your environment and your craft

    + Shooting scenes and objects that are important to you

    + Noticing space, tone, colour; leading lines, and symbolism

    + Relying on emotion and empathy as much as apps and technology

What You'll Learn

In this lesson you'll learn to master taking stunning, manual photos on your iPhone.

What it’s all about?


In this lesson, you'll discover the art of intentional iPhone photography. By being mindful of your composition, lighting, and subject matter, you'll learn how to elevate your photography game. Dive into this lesson and become a master of intentional iPhone photography. Understand the differences between intentional and casual photography , between a photograph and a snapshot, between making and taking a photograph.

Understanding, Appreciation and Using Even Light in iPhone Photography

2/19 (7:41)

In this lesson, you'll learn the importance of even lighting in iPhone photography. You'll discover what even light is so flattering to the subjects and objects you shoot. You'll also learn how to control the light in your photos by adjusting the exposure and focus on your iPhone camera. By the end of this lesson, you'll have a solid understanding of how to ...

Computational Photography

3/19 (8:44)

In this lesson you will see, firsthand, the unique power of computational photography, as it relates to the images you create with your iPhone camera. And while, surely, not perfect yet, in photography, yes, even on smartphone cameras, with powerful software running them, we are at the beginning stages of more accurate and emotionally seeing as our human eye...

Computational Photography

4/19 (7:10)

In this lesson, you'll learn how to leverage all three lenses on your iPhone camera to capture stunning photos. We'll cover the basics of each lens and how to use them in different scenarios. You'll explore the wide-angle lens, which is perfect for landscapes and group shots, the telephoto lens for portraits and zooming, and the ultra-wide lens for a more dr...

Lens And Focal Length Options

5/19 (6:34)

In this lesson, you'll learn how to use leading lines in iPhone photography to create a dynamic composition. You'll discover how to identify leading lines in your surroundings and use them to guide the viewer's eye to your main subject. We'll explore various types of leading lines, such as diagonal lines, converging lines, and curved lines. You'll learn how ...

Using Photographic Styles To Enhance And Warm Up The Color Red

6/19 (7:55)

One the challenges of using the iPhone as your primary camera, is that it has very little manual control over White-balance. The WB especially struggles in open and deep shaded areas. In this lesson, I will show you a simple hack I found, by using Photographic Styles, to enhance and warn up scenes that were too cold and cool for my liking


7/19 (10:44)

In this lesson, you'll learn how to add depth and meaning to your iPhone photography by exploring the symbolism of your subjects. We'll cover how each subject can have both a literal and symbolic meaning, and how to use this to create more powerful and evocative images. You'll learn how to identify symbols in your environment, and how to use composition and ...

Taking Street Portraits

8/19 (10:15)

In this lesson, we'll dive into the art of permission-based portrait photography. You'll learn how to capture stunning street portraits by engaging with your subjects and creating a comfortable environment that encourages authentic expression. We'll cover the importance of finding the right location, creating a natural stage, and using light and composition ...

Vintage Looks Through Film Simulation

9/19 (12:09)

In this lesson, we will explore the exciting world of analog, film-simulation, and vintage iOS apps that can transform your iPhone photography. You will learn how to use these apps to achieve a classic, vintage look in your photos, reminiscent of traditional film cameras. We'll cover everything from choosing the right app for your desired effect to editing a...

Creating Depth In Landscape Photography

10/19 (6:20)

In this lesson, you will learn how to create depth in your landscape photography by using foreground, midground, and background elements to create a sense of space and dimensionality in your images. We will explore the principles of composition and perspective, and how to use them to create a strong sense of depth and distance in your photos. You'll also lea...

IF Your Photos Aren’t Good Enough, You’re Not Wide Enough.

11/19 (12:56)

In this lesson, you'll learn how to use simple foreground elements to add impact to your sunrise photos at the beach. We'll explore the importance of composition, and how to use foreground elements such as rocks, seashells, and seaweed to create a strong focal point in your photos. You'll also learn how to adjust your camera's settings to capture the vibrant...

How Light Defines Your Subject

12/19 (10:27)

In this lesson, we'll explore how light can define your subject in your iPhone photography. We'll delve into the three main types of lighting - sidelight, front light, and backlight - and how they can be used to create different moods and emotions in your photos. You'll learn how to identify the type of lighting in a scene and how to use it to your advantage...

Black And White Filters

13/19 (11:11)

In this lesson, we'll explore how to use the three black and white filters - Mono, Silvertone, and Noir - to create powerful and impactful images in your iPhone photography. We'll delve into the unique characteristics of each filter and how they can be used to enhance the mood and emotion of your photos. You'll learn how to adjust the filter intensity to ach...

Using Angles And Foreground

14/19 (9:14)

In this lesson, we'll explore how to make your subjects and scenes look less predictable and more interesting by using various angles, foregrounds, and perspectives in your iPhone photography. You'll learn how to add depth and visual interest to your photos by playing with different angles and perspectives, such as shooting from a low angle or tilting your p...

The iPhone And Low Light

15/19 (8:55)

In this lesson, you'll discover how to get the most out of your iPhone camera in low light and night settings. We'll dive into Night Mode, exploring how it works and how you can use it to create stunning images at dawn and dusk. You'll also learn how to adjust your camera's settings for optimal low-light performance, including using exposure compensation and...

Editing In The Photos App

16/19 (10:50)

In this lesson, we will explore a simple and efficient way to edit your iPhone photos directly on the Photos app. We will cover the basic tools and techniques you need to know to make your photos pop, including adjusting brightness, contrast, and saturation, cropping and straightening your image, and applying filters to enhance your shots. Whether you are a ...

Seize The Moment

17/19 (3:03)

In this lesson, you will learn about the importance of being prepared and mindful to seize the moment in photography. As a photographer, you never know when a perfect shot will present itself. Being ready and equipped with the right tools and techniques can make all the difference. We will cover practical tips and strategies for always being ready to capture...

Bonus: Do Not Disturb

18/19 (6:19)

In this lesson, you'll learn how to find and nurture your personal, quiet, and sacred places that you'll love to come back to and photograph again and again. We'll talk about how to identify these places, the importance of returning to them, and how to capture them in a way that reflects their unique character and beauty. You'll learn how to use your iPhone ...

Bonus 002: Optimize Your Camera Settings

19/19 (6:21)

In this lesson, you will learn the optimal settings to use on your iPhone camera for intentional photography. We will explore key settings like exposure, focus, and white balance, and how they can be adjusted to achieve the desired outcome. You will learn what settings I use and what settings I don’t use. By the end of this lesson, you will have a thorough u...

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Jack Hollingsworth

Jack is an Austin-based author, speaker, influencer and leading expert in iPhone photography.
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