Tag Archives: iPhone

Portrait Classroom listed as one of the 10 Best Photography Apps — Adorama reviews DSLR instruction apps iPad iPhone

23 Dec

In the press! Camera store Adorama lists Portrait Classroom: Baby and Child Photography Tutorials as one of the 10 best instructional photography apps. If you missed their post check out all ten apps here: 10 Apps That Will Help You Learn Photography.

See what they said about Portrait Classroom, a collection of ten portrait photography tutorials by Kim Binfield Photography for iPad and iPhone here:

“Not everybody is looking to make great general purpose photos; some have a more specific task in mind. For those looking at still images of people there is the Portrait Classroom: Baby and Child Photography Tutorials, a $1.99 app from Kim Binfield Photography.

The tutorials are for users that want to snap images with a DSLR and uses simple, easy to follow instruction that walk a user in how to set up, frame and snap still portraits as well as providing details on camera set up.”

So… Put your iPad or iPhone to work and better your DSLR photography with the Portrait Classroom app!

~ Kim

Sneak peek at Portrait Classroom for iPhone [DSLR Photography App]

16 Jun

It truly is, we promise, getting close now! The iPhone version of our app, Portrait Classroom: Baby and Child Photography Tutorials, is nearing completion.

We’re submitting it to Apple soon for approval and then, fingers crossed, once approved it will be available for download on the iTunes app store.

Portrait Classroom for iPhone is very closely based on the successful iPad version. It has all of the same content – the same tutorials, images and text. It is simply configured to fit the iPhone screen. Stay tuned for its debut … a wealth of insider secrets and training, even more compact and ready to take with you on the go!

iPhone screenshot tutorial 8

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Portrait Classroom: Baby and Child Photography Tutorials iPad App available in the iTunes App store here. iPhone App coming soon!

Kim Binfield Photography website blog