Do you like creating new “challenges” for yourself?  Perhaps, taking a class, learning a new skill, or learning a new language would be interesting?

I have a new photographic challenge for myself.  My challenge, is to use an iPhone 7Plus, for all my photography, leaving my Canon DSLR at home.  Unless otherwise stated, all photos I post, will now be shot with my iPhone.  I will be using a tripod with a smartphone adapter, an Amir HD Lens Kit (I purchased this on Amazon Prime Day, so the price may be different), and a remote shutter.  I will also be experimenting with new photography apps which I hope, will add additional interest to some of the photos.   Of course, I will be sharing what I learn with all of you, my fabulous followers!  Let me know if you have taken on the same challenge, or if you are already a pro at iPhone photography, I hope you’ll share your ideas.

To get me started, I spent a couple of hours at my local Apple Store, attending my first iPhone Photography session!

fullsizeoutput_b98Not only did I enjoy trying out the new features native to my new iPhone 7Plus, I also had the opportunity to meet some great people!  Thanks to Tony, it was a fun learning experience!

If you own any Apple product(s),  and have not tried out one of Apple’s training sessions, I recommend you do.  The trainers are highly knowledgeable and friendly.  They always take time to answer any questions, and are able to give us the latest/greatest new features!  So far, I’ve attended a class on iMovie, iCloud, Music/Photo Storage, and a Project Class where I had pros available to me as I created an iMovie for my mother’s 90th birthday party!  I’ll definitely be checking into other “classes” soon and will keep you posted on any new learning!

I’ve added some of the photos I shot at my training session!




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