Camera Phone Photography Resources & Accessories
Camera phone photography resources are wide and varied. This section is a user reference of products that I actually use myself. They are also products that I have had great results with in my camera phone photography.
Some of the items are free and some have a small cost associated. Many may be available elsewhere, or you may find similar products for less money. I have tried and returned a lot of accessories, as they did not perform as advertised or expected. After each listing I also provide a reference page link back to the original post (where applicable), so you can see why and how. This list is made up of camera phone photography resources that I can honestly recommend as working for me.
Below are products and courses that I have bought, use, and love. If you have concerns about my camera phone photography resources, please read my Affiliate Disclaimer.
I rarely use the stock lens on my camera and I have had many different sets of lenses for my various phones. The problem is that in nearly every case, when you change phones, you buy more lenses. Moment has solved this problem by having a universal mount on their lenses that mount up perfectly to their cases… and they produce cases for most phones with a high market penetration. Not only that, but these are the highest quality lenses I have ever uses on a camera phone. Most of the photos in my various galleries were shot with Moment lenses. A really great independent review is available at TechCrunch. Over the last year I have purchased most of their inventory of products, including:
- Wide Angle Lens
- Tele Portrait Lens
- Superfish Lens
- Macro Lens
- Anamorphic Lens (awaiting shipment)
- iPhone X Case
- iPhone X Battery Photo Case (awaiting shipment)
- Counterweight for DJI Osmo Mobile
- 62mm Filter Mount
- Leather Neck Strap (for when traveling)
- Travel Case
Emil Pakarklis, and his associates, teach some amazing courses and books around the iPhone photography arena. As of this post, I have taken ALL of them, with the exception of one book, “iPhone Black and White Photography”. Personally, I’m just not very interested in black and white. I have learned a lot from each and every course and book, and thoroughly enjoyed them all. Most of his courses apply equally as will to Android photography as most of the apps are available on both platforms. Many of my camera phone photos where taken with a Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
I have gone through the following courses and books at iPhone Photography School:
- iPhone Photo Academy
- iPhone Editing Academy
- iPhone Art Academy
- iPhone Photo Masters
- iPhone Travel Photography (Book)
- iPhone Landscape Photography (Book)
- Digital Camera Mastery
- Photo Shortcuts
- Lightroom Editing Mastery
exFAT/NTFS for USB: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paragon.tcplugins_ntfs_ro (Reference Page)