The next chapter encourages you to shoot how you feel and offers suggestions on how to use iPhoneography to document the special moments in your life and your different emotions. There are really tons of suggestions in this chapter to spark your creativity.
I'm not an overly creative photographer. I see something & take a picture of it. This chapter has helped me think about different ways to photograph things to capture feelings. There is a handy chart to help you keep track of the emotions you've captured and shared on the Flickr group.
Once you have the basics down, the author explores how to find a different focus in your photographs and introduces you to different photographers and the apps they use to create their images. The final chapter is all about the online community you can join and the different apps you can use to create your photo journal. There is also a resource list with websites, iPhoneographers to follow, additional resources to read/use, and a glossary.
I was a little hesitant to review this book because I am such a novice but it really is written so that even a novice can understand and follow along. It's given me the confidence to experiment and try a few of the free apps to create a few photos that I'm rather proud of.
I can't wait to have time to join in the community and try some more of the challenges. I definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to improve their iPhoneography skills whether you are a novice or intermediate.