Cody Wimmer

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How to shoot great video with your smartphone

A rundown of the basics<p>We all shoot video with our smartphones, but most of us aren’t trying to make the next great Oscar-winning film. We’re just trying to capture moments that are important to us, or footage that we think will resonate with others.<p>There are a lot of little things you can do to …

Mobile Photography

5 Organizing Tips to Steal from People Who Live on Boats

Having a home by the water is a total life goal. Having a home <i>on</i> the water, well, that's even better! Super-cool houseboats can be found docked in …

Personal Organizing

How to capture great sunset photographs - Firstpost

Sunsets are one of the most common subjects for a photographer. There’s a certain majesty in watching the sun slowly go down, marking the end of a …

Halide Review: Instantly Better Photography

Photography isn’t my specialty, and more often than not, my lack of knowledge stops me from getting the shot I have set up in my mind. They say the best camera is the one you have with you at all times, but the stock iPhone 7 camera can only do so much with my limited skill set.<p>So when a tool comes …

When that “simple” JavaScript tutorial is super complicated

<i>This article originally appeared on Simple Steps Code which tries its best to help people learn JavaScript and actually remember it.</i><p>“For some reason …

Tutorials

Depth of field: What is it, and how it relates to photography

More people are taking an interest in photography and capturing images than ever before. So it stands to reason that many would be learning more …

Landscape Photography

How to take a photo in manual mode on your smartphone - Gary explains

Most of the time when we snap a photo using our smartphones, we simply point and tap. All the different parameters are set automatically by the phone and we are used to accepting the results. Sometimes we might manually turn on/off HDR mode and maybe we will fiddle with the flash settings, but it’s …

Mobile Photography