The next person I picked to photograph for the photography series is my close friend, Nathan Andrew Christopher Brady.

I produced this photo-set differently this time, as the first time I photographed Nathan for the photography series, I used the Nikon D3300 to produce the photo-set when we were both at a close friend’s party to ring in the New Year Celebrations for 2019.

This photo-set I produced was produced on the iPhone 7 Plus using Apple’s Portrait Mode, and I must say the Portrait Mode feature is so good!

These photos really capture Nathan’s hidden emotions and it’s refreshing when photos really capture the way a person really feels even if they think they might not show it.

These photos were so good that I changed them all to black and white as these photos were actually taken during the sunset hours, and the photos can sometimes easily be mistaken for being taken during sunrise hours or during the day.

I’m really happy with the way the first ever photo-set I produced on the iPhone 7 Plus turned out, though I will be making sure to improve on future photo-sets I might potentially produce on the iPhone 7 Plus in the future.

If you enjoyed this photo-set, please feel free to let me know and please feel free to let me know if there’s any improvements I can make.

Also, if you’re looking to save money on an iPhone and you have the iPhone 7 Plus, download Focos on the Apple’s App Store as it’s free to download and is the perfect companion if you’re looking to take photos that you want to have stand out from the crowd.

Alex Smithson

Device Used: iPhone 7 Plus

Location of Photoshoot: New Addington

App Used: Focos

Date of Photo-Set Produced: Saturday 22nd June 2019

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