The iPhone Photographer: How to Take Professional Photographs with Your iPhone
The iPhone camera has compelled millions of people worldwide to take a new or renewed interest in photography. While some are desperate to capture as much of their lives in the quickest possible way, there are many who see the potential for genuine artistic merit new technology brings. Here Fagans talks the reader through how to use cheap and free photographic apps such as the ubiquitous Instagram to create vintage photo effects.
Michael Fagan enjoys telling people's stories. His journey has taken him to the Navajo Nation, Malawi, India, Afghanistan, Scotland, Canada, the Dominican Republic, Belize and Guatemala.Currently, his work is focused on helping businesses and nonprofits inform their clients, volunteers, and the community about the work they are doing. This may include still photography, video, web projects, social media, or a combination of media. Fagans is a founding member of risingtideproductions.tv; the group recently had a short film screened in the Outside the Box Bakersfield Film Festival, 2013. Fagans is also a former assistant photo editor at The Bakersfield Californian, where he focused on multimedia, video, and web projects for the photo staff, curated the SEEN page, and worked with the front page designer. Fagans graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology's College of Imaging Arts and Sciences. He was the National Press Photographers Association's Photographer of the Year for 2005 for New York state and Ontario and Quebec provinces. Fagans' photography clients include: The Center for Investigative Reporting, the United Way of Kern County, Epigraph Records, the Kern Food Policy Council, The New York Times, and the National Journal.