This is an exciting, brand new addition to our digital events. Join Smartphone Photographer, Jeanette Lendon from Jet Black Squares, as she walks you through how to take great photos from your own smartphone, no fancy cameras or equipment needed!
"THE FUTURE OF PHOTOGRAPHY IS PHONEOGRAPHY - If you own a smartphone, then you own a camera, and if you own a camera, you have the tools to create stunning images and video content."
Jeanette's easy to follow tips, tricks and advice will give you the skills to use your smartphone camera better, releasing its full potential no matter the model, old or new, to create stunning photos. Also joining our sessions will be longterm supporter and volunteer, Esther Crichton, who will share her experience of using these techniques on her trip to India last year with Teens Unite and sharing some of her stunning images taken from the back of a bike!
The sessions will take place over two weeks:
Week 1 - we will be exploring what makes a good photo, how you can use framing, perspective and lighting amongst other things, to take your photos from forgettable snaps to frameworthy masterpieces you'll love to show off.
Week 2 - we will be introduced to the world of editing - don't worry, it's not as scary as it seems. Thanks to the wonderful world of apps there are loads of easy to use and FREE editing apps available and this session will help you make your masterpieces really pop!
If you have any questions about the sessions just send us an email email@example.com
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