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There is a journey every photographer walks through.
The first step involves realizing you want to take better photos than what your iPhone can provide. This leads to intense research on the latest camera technologies and the latest photo editing apps. Then, after acquiring the lustworthy gear, after working with the camera for a few years, and after working through every photo editing app available, the pure craft of photography takes over.
In essence, the end game of the photography experience is just the craft itself. Not kit, not apps, not locations — just the craft.
Fortunately, there are apps for every step along that journey. No matter where you find yourself in your budding photography hobby — or brimming photography career — there’s an app for you that will meet and exceed your needs.
There is no shortage of high-quality habit trackers for iOS. Whatever you’re looking for, you can find it. There are options for tracking your habits across multiple platforms, options for ramifying your habit tracking, and even options for competitively tracking habits with friends.
But the real magic of tracking habits lies in making it simple to do so. This is where I’ve always experienced some friction when it comes to tracking my own habits.
Did you know you can use the panorama mode on your iPhone to take pictures of very tall things? This comes in handy when you can’t get far enough away from an object to get it all into the frame in a portrait shot, or when you don’t want everything else around in the frame.
- It ergonomically elevates your iMac, iMac Pro, or external display to eye level, with four height options to choose from.
- It doubles as a “gear garage” to store your desk paraphernalia in, keeping your workspace organized and clutter-free.
It’s been incredible to see the barrage of new wide-angle and low-light photos coming out of the latest iPhone models. I never thought that this level of quality and clarity would be possible from a small slab of glass that easily fits in my pocket. In one of the latest thorough posts showing off and testing the new iPhone 11 Pro camera, Federico Viticci (MacStories) tours Rome with his new camera and shares some incredible insights along with some even more incredible and timeless photos.
Wait. There’s one more thing…
Custom Productivity Templates for GoodNotes (and more)
If you want to use custom productivity templates in GoodNotes, we’ve got a whole library that can help you.
We’ll show you…
- How to create and save custom page templates.
- How to use those page templates to transform GoodNotes into your own productivity notebook (or any other type of notebook replacement).
- How to manage and organize your GoodNotes notebooks.
- And more…
Plus, we also have included our entire, in-house library of custom productivity templates.
Our complete in-house library of custom GoodNotes templates are part of our brand-new GoodNotes course.
The new course also includes a slew of screencast tutorial videos to help you save time and frustration. We’ll show you all the ins and outs, ticks and tricks, and awesome features of this app so you can use your iPad more.