iPhone only photos…that are awesome :: David Molnar {DC podcast Ep. 1}




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Summary: <br> The hosts of the Declare Conference are thrilled to announce a new way for our community to receive valuable blogging inspiration and information. . .the DECLARE CONFERENCE PODCAST!<br> <a href="http://declareconference.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/declarepodcastlogo.jpg"></a><br> On Wednesdays hop on over to the blog (or subscribe via itunes) for new interviews with past and current Declare Conference speakers. YeeHaw!!!<br> For our first episode we are thrilled to share wisdom from <a title="david molnar" href="http://davidmolnar.com" target="_blank">David Molnar</a>, uber talented music &amp; advertising photographer. His work has been featured by Pepsi, Real Simple, New York Times, American Idol, People, USA Today…just to name a few.<br> <br> David is a firm believer that. . .<br> <br> “The best camera in the entire world is the camera in your pocket.”<br> <br> Because of that belief he has written a practical guide to take great pictures with your iPhone. His book is called “<a title="iphone only shooting essentials" href="http://davidmolnar.com/blog/what-people-are-saying-about-my-free-ebook/">iPhone Only Photography</a>” and will be releasing in the next couple weeks (make sure you subscribe to his newsletter for the latest book news).<br> <a href="http://declareconference.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/3d-cover-SE-sq-sm.jpg"></a><br>  For a limited time he is offering a shortened version, called “iPhone Only Photography: Shooting Essentials” for FREE!! Just <a title="iphone only" href="http://davidmolnar.com/blog/what-people-are-saying-about-my-free-ebook/">click here</a> to get a copy. In it you will learn how to shoot clear, crisp photos and the essentials for composing your pictures.<br> On today’s podcast (see instructions below for how to listen), David shares the following:<br> <br> * Why bloggers should feel confident using iPhone photos in posts<br> * When taking several pictures of the same scene/situation, how do you pick the best version to use.<br> * For the photo hoarders (ahem…me), tips for storing and backing up pictures to leave room on your phone to capture important moments as they happen.<br> * And the mistake which prompted David to tell me not to be a “jerkface”<br> <br> Looking forward to sharing more fabulous guests with you!<br> Do you struggle to capture a great picture on your iPhone? What questions do you have about iPhone photography?<br> **How to listen to the podcast:<br> 1. Listen on the blog. Go to <a title="declare conference" href="http://declareconference.com" target="_blank">DeclareConference.com</a> and click the play button at the beginning of this post (on your computer. . .haven’t found this method to work on smartphones).<br> 2. Listen on your smartphone, iPad or iPod Touch – There are a lot of great podcasting apps. Apple has a <a title="podcast app" href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/podcasts/id525463029?mt=8" target="_blank">free one </a>in the app store, there is also one called <a title="downcast" href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/downcast/id393858566?mt=8" target="_blank">Downcast.</a> It allows you to search for shows, subscribe to them and even speed up the audio.<br> 3. Subscribe to the Podcast – access the podcast in iTunes (this option will be available 4/25). You can also search for it on your smartphone app (like the ones listed above) and subscribe.<br>