New iPad app, portrait photography 101

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by AppEzzy, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. AppEzzy macrumors regular

    Jan 7, 2010
    We are excited to have had our iPad app approved tonight from Apple! Our latest app is a portrait photography guide. Portrait Photography 101: A Guide to Taking Better Portraits. This guide covers some key lessons to create better portraits, giving you examples and real world descriptions.

    Portrait Photography 101: A Guide to Taking Better Portraits walks you through some key concepts to improve your photos. Everything is explained in real life terms with beautiful large sample images. No drawn out techie terms just straight forward answers from award winning wedding and portrait photographer Mark Stagi. If you love taking photos of your kids, are a amateur photographer or a professional looking for some portrait ideas this is the perfect app for you. Read through some real life scenarios along with high resolution images to learn how to take better portraits. Camera settings and stories about each shoot are included as well as a notes section for you to write down some notes as you read along.


    This is now in the app store here: Portrait photography 101
  2. AppEzzy thread starter macrumors regular

    Jan 7, 2010
    We have submitted an iPhone version of the app that should be approved by Apple shortly! We have received some good feedback so far on the app and hope more the iPhone app will be able to help more people learn some portrait photography lessons.
  3. AppEzzy thread starter macrumors regular

    Jan 7, 2010
    The iPhone/iPod touch version has been approved by Apple today! Here is the iTunes link for anyone interested:

    Portraits 101 iPhone app
  4. AppEzzy thread starter macrumors regular

    Jan 7, 2010
    We have just submitted our next app to Apple "Wedding Photography 101" which hopefully should be approved this week. To celebrate we are running a sale on our Portrait Photography 101 app for the next 2 days only! Get the app now 50% off.

    Get it today in iTunes: Portrait Photography 101
  5. danpass macrumors 68020


    Jun 27, 2009
    Miami, FL
    cool, thanks.

    Now if we can just get a photography class as a high school requirement!

    I'm in few pics because the moment you ask a stranger to shoot one, they cut off your feet, there's a ton of blank sky over your head, its crooked, off center, etc [​IMG]
  6. AppEzzy thread starter macrumors regular

    Jan 7, 2010
    That's a great idea :)
  7. three macrumors 65816


    Jan 22, 2008
    Washington State
    This could be helpful in my photography class at school. I will have to get this application.
  8. AppEzzy thread starter macrumors regular

    Jan 7, 2010
    We are running a 2 day sale on this app as well as our Wedding Photography 101 app. For only $.99 you can pick up one of these great apps to learn some ways to improve your portrait photography.

    We are also adding additional content to all of our photography 101 apps and plan on continuing to add more and more content and features. Our upgrades will always be free but we also may raise the price a little as we add more to the apps. If you ever have a suggestion on something we should app send us a PM here or fill out a contact form on our website:

    You can download the Portrait Photography 101 for iPad app on iTunes here:
    Portrait Photography 101

    We also appreciate your 5 star ratings, those help to keep our app selling and keep us adding extra content for you.

    AppEzzy Support
  9. AppEzzy thread starter macrumors regular

    Jan 7, 2010
    Last week we hit our 10,000th app downloaded! Thank you all so much for your support and feedback along the way. All of your reviews and ratings in the iTunes store are appreciated and help to keep us adding more features and content to our apps. We love to hear your feedback on any product enhancements you have. You can always contact us on our Facebook page, Twitter or click the Support page on our website.

    We have some great apps planned for the future but first want to celebrate for a minute. To give everyone a big THANKS we are cutting the price of all our apps to only $.99 for the next 2 days! Every app will be on sale even our popular Realtor Assistant and Photographer's Workflow, so get them while you can. This will only be good until the end of the day Monday the 30th.

    View all of our apps in iTunes here:


    As always we value your input and suggestions. If you ever need support for our apps or have any feedback you can always contact us by PM here on macrumors.

    The team at AppEzzy
  10. braddick macrumors 68040


    Jun 28, 2009
    Encinitas, CA
    I purchased the wedding photography app for my iPhone when it was first introduced and later purchased the iPad edition.
    Why is the iPad edition lacking compared to the iPhone version? I'm surprised it is so sparse in comparison.
    Otherwise, nice work! Well thought out and beautiful photos with easy to read text.
    (Just wish there was more.)
  11. AppEzzy thread starter macrumors regular

    Jan 7, 2010
    Hi braddick,

    Thanks for your feedback. We are working on some updates to the wedding photography app to add more content and features to both iPad and iPhone versions. Our long term goal for the photo apps we have is to keep adding content to them and features that will be beneficial to help you learn that photo genre more. Our updates for these apps will be free so everyone that gets the apps now at the early stages will benefit as the prices increases down the line.

    Mark @ AppEzzy
  12. smithwilson011 macrumors newbie

    Dec 8, 2010
    I am very impressed with this photography and also agree with your thoughts. Such a wonderful moment you capture in this photographs.
  13. hallmarkt macrumors newbie

    Oct 20, 2010
    Please build universal apps

    Hi AppEzzy,

    Please, please, I beg please build universal apps, rather than creating separate iPhone and iPad applications.

    I understand from your perspective that the programming is mostly a separate effort between the two versions.

    But to your end users, your ultimate fans, the content is the content regardless of which Apple device we use to access it. I would like to buy your app once and no worry which device I will carry with me (iPad or just iPhone) when I am shooting my next portraits.

    Whatever revenue you lose with the users who do cave in to purchase both versions, I think you will make up with the happy customers who buy one version and find that it works on their other iOS device!

    I can honestly say that seeing a universal app is definitely a factor in my App Store purchasing decisions.

  14. AppEzzy thread starter macrumors regular

    Jan 7, 2010
    Hi mark,

    Thanks for your feedback, we are looking into universal apps in the future. Appreciate your comments!


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