Tom Ang Digital Photography App for iPhone
DK is pleased to announce its Tom Ang Digital Photography App for iPhone and iPod touch is now available on the App Store. Based on Tom Ang’s hugely popular book, How to Photograph Absolutely Everything, the app features 85 fantastic guides showing you how to photograph any subject or situation. From setting up a shot and exploring lighting and background to settings, poses and angles, Tom guides you through the process, step by step, picture by picture.
You can access guides with a unique spinner that allows you to select your subject, conditions and the style that you want to achieve. You can also search by keywords and subject type. Once you have selected the criteria to suit your situation, you’ll find step-by-step instructions, suggested camera settings plus tips and hints from Tom. So whether you want to accomplish an intimate portrait or a dramatic cityscape at night, explore patterns and texture, or photograph kids on the move, this app will have a guide for you.
With hundreds of photographs to inspire you and clear instructions within each guide, this app will prove invaluable for both the amateur and experienced photographer. Suitable for all cameras and photographers of all levels, this app brings Tom Ang’s expertise into an accessible guide, helping you to make better pictures.
Features of the Tom Ang Digital Photography App include:
- Video introduction from Tom Ang;
- Search guides by keyword, subject (people, landscapes, nature, animals, architecture, events and artistic expression) or filter with a spinner to select your subject, condition or style;
- Settings tab reveals the suggested camera settings for each shot;
- A selection of alternative guides provide additional information;
- Tap on any photo to see it in detail on the full screen – pinch the screen to zoom in for close-ups;
- Bookmark your favourite guides to your bookmarks page for easy access;
- A comprehensive glossary provides explanations of photographic terms.
DK's Tom Ang Digital Photography App is available for £2.99 from the App Store on iPhone or iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore <http://www.itunes.com/appstore <http://www.itunes.com/appstore> >
About Tom Ang - Tom Ang is an award-winning photographer, the presenter of BBC TV’s A Digital Picture of Britain, and a best-selling author who has sold more than two million books worldwide. He was Senior Lecturer in Photographic Practice at the University of Westminster for 12 years, and has worked as a technical and picture editor for numerous specialist publications.
His photographs have been exhibited around the world and he has contributed to magazines such as What Digital Camera, MacUser, and Creative Arts. Tom won the Thomas Cook Travel Book Award for his photographic coverage of the Marco Polo Expedition, which retraced the modern land crossing from Europe to China via Central Asia. He is now a full-time photographer and writer.
About DK – DK (www.dk.com) publish award-winning reference books for adults and children. One of the world’s leading illustrated reference publishers, its designers and editors are now applying their unique skills to creating apps and ebooks. DK content in all its forms is characterized by quality, expertise and accessibility; it is a brand that inspires trust around the world.
About Cogapp - Cogapp (www.cogapp.com <http://www.cogapp.com> ) helps organisations use digital media. The company was founded in 1985 and now operates nationally and internationally from a headquarters in Brighton and an office in New York. Prominent organisations have been entrusting them with their large-scale, demanding, mission-critical digital media projects for more than twenty years and they have an outstanding track-record of on-time, on-budget delivery and long-lasting, award-winning results. Cogapp’s clients include prominent public-facing organisations on both sides of the Atlantic, notably the British Museum, the BBC, MoMA, Manchester United, Arts Council England, London 2012, DK, the Home Office, the Children’s Society, Prudential and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.