Meta's Best iPhone Photography Tips For Beginners

Meta Explains Her Best iPhone Photography Tips For Beginners

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Meta’s Best iPhone Photography Tips For Beginners

Meta Presents her Best iPhone Photography Tips and Sony Camera Settings and Special 52mm Filters to use for each Photography Event using Moment Pro Camera:

• The Best Macro Photography Tips
• The Best Hummingbird Photography Tips
• The Best Landscape Photography Tips
• The Best Astrophotography Tips
• The Best Waterfalls Photography Tips
• The Best Wildlife Photography Tips

When Shooting iPhone Videography, Meta uses FiLMiC Pro and Moment Pro Camera on an Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max protected by a Moment Case. This Special iPhone Case supports a Drop-in M-Series Lens Interface over all 3 iPhone Cameras, which can connect to Moment Lenses or a MoonDogLabs 52mm Filter Adapter. Meta uses a Variable ND Filter, a Circular Polarizing Filter and a Neutral Night Filter. She edits her 4K YouTube Videos using Filmora. FiLMiC Pro and Moment Pro Camera both integrate with the DJI OM 4 Gimbal, Apple Watch and Shure MV88+ Microphone.

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Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max 12.2 MP Camera Specs

Telephoto Camera (Top): 65mm /2.0 aperture.
Wide Angle Camera (Bottom): 26mm /1.6 aperture (Image Stabilization).
Ultra Wide Angle Camera (Right): 13mm /2.4 aperture (120° Field of View – No Focus).
The Standard Wide Angle Camera (Bottom) Has Optical Image Stabilization.

The 12.2MP Camera Produces 4032 x 3024 Pixel Images. 13.4” x 10” Prints at 300 dpi.

Meta’s Best Macro Photography Tips For iPhone For Beginners

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How To Photograph Macro Photography For Apple Native Camera App

Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
Camera: 65mm ƒ/2.0 Telephoto Lens (Top)
Lens: Moment 10x Macro Lens
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Manfrotto SmartPhone Clamp
ISO: ISO 100
Shutter Speed: 1/125th
White Balance: AWB
Photo Format: RAW
Filter: None
Remote Control: Use an IOS Remote Control in Burst Mode
Ring Light: Use a iPhone Ring Light

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This 52mm Filter Adapter screws into any Moment Style Case and provides Full Filter coverage of all 3 iPhone Cameras. The Filter Adapter lets you attach any standard 52mm Screw In Filter to your iPhone, such as a 52mm Variable ND Filter for iPhone Videography or a 52mm CPL Filter for iPhone Photography. Thin and Lightweight. Works on iPhone 12 Pro Max and other iPhone Models. Does not cover any of your iPhone’s screen. Works with Moment or RhinoShield Bayonet Mount Style Cases.

Use Model V2A for: iPhone 12 Pro Max | iPhone 12 Pro | iPhone 11 Pro Max | iPhone 11 Pro | iPhone 11 | iPhone Xs Max | iPhone Xs | iPhone Xr | iPhone X.

Use Model V2B for: iPhone 12 | iPhone 12 Mini | iPhone SE 2020 | iPhone 8+ | iPhone 8| iPhone 7+ | iPhone 7.

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Meta's Best iPhone Photography TipsAd • iPhone Ring Light – Macro Photography needs a lot of light. This Clip On Selfie Ring Light, when reversed and positioned over top of the Moment Macro Lens works as a Macro Photography Ring Light. Features built-in 60 double-row led bulbs. Adjustable color and brightnesss. Built-in 350 mAh USB rechargable battery.

Meta’s Best Hummingbird Photography Tips For iPhone For Beginners

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How To Photograph Hummingbirds For Apple Native Camera App

Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
Camera: 65mm /2.0 Telephoto Lens (Top)
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Manfrotto SmartPhone Clamp
ISO: ISO 1600
Shutter Speed: 1/8000th (Fast Enough To Freeze Humminbgird Wings)
White Balance: AWB
Photo Format: RAW
Filter: Circular Polarizing Filter
Remote Control: Use an IOS Remote Control in Burst Mode

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Meta's Best iPhone Photography TipsAd • Fuchsia Gartenmeister – Hummingbirds are very attracted to the tubular, orange-red flowers of the Fuchsia Gartenmeister. This is an upright Triphylla Fuchsia, with dark reddish-green leaves, purple beneath, and clusters of pendulous, long trumpet-shaped bright orange-red flowers, with slender tubes and small petals.

Meta’s Best Landscape Photography Tips For iPhone For Beginners

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Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
Cameras: 26mm ƒ/1.6 Wide Lens (Bottom) | 13mm ƒ2.4 Ultra Wide Angle (Right)
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Manfrotto SmartPhone Clamp
ISO: ISO 100
Shutter Speed: 1/500th
White Balance: AWB
Photo Format: RAW
Filter: Neutral Night Filter

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Meta's Best iPhone Photography TipsAd • Circular Polarizing Filter – When shooting on water and in harsh sunlight on her iPhone 12 Pro Max, Meta always uses a Circular Polarizing Filter to reduce the light intensity. Rotate to adjust polarization for stronger contrast, better color saturation for more vibrant images. Constructed from 20 Layer nano coated German SCHOTT glass!

Meta’s Best Astrophotography Tips For iPhone For Beginners

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Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
Camera: 13mm ƒ2.4 Ultra Wide Angle (Right) | 26mm ƒ1.6 Wide Angle (Bottom)
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Manfrotto SmartPhone Clamp
ISO: ISO 2000
Shutter Speed Ultra Wide 13mm ƒ 2.4: 38 Seconds (500 / 13mm) – Bulb Mode
Shutter Speed Wide 26mm ƒ2.6: 19 Seconds (500 / 26mm) – Bulb Mode
White Balance: AWB
Photo Format: RAW
Image Stabilization: Off
Filter: Neutral Night Filter – Reduces Light Pollution
Remote Control: IOS Remote Control to Manually Open and Close the Shutter

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Meta's Best iPhone Photography TipsAd • Neutral Night Filter – When shooting Astrophotography on her iPhone 12 Pro Max, Meta uses a Special Neutral Night Filter to reduce Light Pollution in the Night Sky. This Filter increases colors, adds better white balance and more details. Constructed from 20 Layer nano coated German SCHOTT glass!

Meta’s Best Waterfalls Photography Tips For iPhone For Beginners

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How To Photograph Waterfalls For Apple Native Camera App

Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
Camera: Wide Angle 26mm ƒ/1.6 Lens (Bottom)
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Manfrotto SmartPhone Clamp
ISO: ISO 100
Shutter Speed: 1/2 S to 1 S (Slow Enough To Blur Waterfalls)
White Balance: AWB
Photo Format: RAW
Filter: Variable ND Filter
Remote Control: Use an IOS Remote Control

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Meta's Best iPhone Photography TipsAd • Variable ND Filter – When shooting Waterfalls on her iPhone 12 Pro Max, Meta always uses a Variable ND Filter to reduce the light intensity when shooting at very slow shutter speeds of 0.5 seconds to 2 seconds. This Variable ND Filter cuts the light from 1 stop to 5 stops. Constructed from 20 Layer nano coated German SCHOTT glass!

Meta’s Best Wildlife Photography Tips For iPhone For Beginners

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How To Photograph Wildlife For Apple Native Camera App

Apple iPhone: Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
Camera: Wide Angle 26mm ƒ/1.6 Lens (Bottom)
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree Tripod with Manfrotto SmartPhone Clamp
ISO: ISO 100
Shutter Speed: 1/2000th (Fast Enought To Freeze Any Action)
White Balance: AWB
Photo Format: RAW
Filter: Circular Polarizing Filter
Remote Control: Use an IOS Remote Control in Burst Mode

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Meta's Best iPhone Photography TipsAd • Buteo Mark II Photo Hide – For Wildlife Photography, especially for shooting Backyard Birds, Meta uses a Buteo Mark II One Person Photo Hide. Forrestprint Camouflage Material, Waterproof with Spring Construction. Set Up Time: 10 seconds. Can sit on an optional 4’ x 4’ Canvas Floor.

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