iStore South Africa this week released a list of some the best iPhoneographers - people who take their photos exclusive on an iPhone. - on Instagram in the country.
The key to taking a fantastic photo is not to overcomplicate things.
“Keep your photos simple. Focus on an interesting subject and let the empty space tell the rest of the story,” iStore says.
Here are some of the best iPhoneographers in South Africa, according to iStore South Africa.
Cothill’s photography brings the world closer to his audience, iStore says. “His use of lines draws one into the photograph and the story he is trying to tell.”
“Sharyn’s photography takes her audience on an adventure to the places people would love to go.” Her use of colour is superb and sets the mood for her scene.
iStore says Lemmer takes stunning portraits and silhouettes, capturing the finer details in portraits.
iStore picked Greve for her incredible photos of South Africa’s natural beauty. Greve, a geology student from Port Elizabeth, takes her followers with her as she explores the mysteries of the planet, iStore says.
Mwase is one of the first big iPhoneographers in South Africa, iStore says. “And he continues to grow.” Mwase is a director and cinematographer, but is best known for his aerial shots.
Iconic photos of South African cityscapes following a monochrome theme.
“Stunning dramatic shots of landscapes with well-used colour and settings,” iStore says.
iStore says Filipa is known for her photos of flowers with a black backdrop. “Her images stand out stunningly and show off the beauty of the plants.”
“Ryan takes incredible macros with his iPhone 6s Plus,” iStore says. He really gets up close and personal to the objects he is photographing
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