This weekend I'm putting together a wine booklet for my friend, Matt. This is something I do on a regular basis. In years past I have included pictures of the physical bottles. This would mean bringing over my SLR, tripod, backing material and lights. It's a bunch of work to do the setup and a bunch of post processing when I'm done. Today I used my iPhone 6, a clear stand, and two sheets of foam board.
One key feature of the iPhone 6 is the burst mode. Hold down the shutter button and you get a series of shots very quickly. The iPhone will then select the photo that is the most in focus. This works really well, I just hold the phone and shoot.
While i will probably use Photoshop for post processing—largely because I have it as part of the Adobe Photography plan—I also want to knock out the background completely and do a few touch ups that Photoshop is good at. However, here is what I can do just with my iPad.
From the camera roll: