• What is a mission: after you select your location and the source of light you find around you, a mission or assignment is generated. Take it as a lesson given by your coach, for the day or the week or when you feel ready.

  • What to do with the mission: Take your camera or iPhone/iTouch and take pictures to fulfill that mission. Try to respect the concept or idea requested, and take enough time to find your subject around you. Get out of your comfort zone! Take up to 10 photos representing the subject given in the mission

  • I like the mission: there's a button to save it. Once you save it, you can start attaching your photos to it. Force yourself to make the best photos you can, enter into the subject, search for a new angle of view, search for the best light

  • I don't like that mission: there's a button for that, to generate another one! And some hundreds of new ones

  • Do I need to take a photo now? You can fulfill your assignment by looking in your personal Album of photos in your iPhone/iTouch, and find the best ones that will complete the assignment

  • What I do with saved missions: take photos, with the iPhone/iTouch or with your own camera. Attach between 1 to 10 photos to the mission from your Albums, and select the best one

  • I've made the photos, what's next? You can share your achieved mission by email or with Facebook. Or you can generate a next mission!

  • I've made a few mission, what's the point? make a few ones, try to fulfill them the best you can, as you would do with a teacher. After some time doing photos, pushing yourself to respect a given subject, your skills will improve and give you more freedom. Your eyes will learn how to analyze what you see around you, and develop your own vision, through your camera

  • What is the EXPERT mode? with expert mode ON, the mission will give you extra recommendations. Use only if you are familiar with non-automatic modes, and if you know about things like controlling depth of field