Do you take photos with your smartphone? Are you happy with how the photos turn out?
There are two key factors to getting photographic results you want from your smartphone camera: composition and lighting.
Whether you’re a busy business owner who needs to market your products and services, an affiliate marketer looking to expand your reach, a social media influencer building your brand, or even a mom cheering on your kids at their events, quality, compelling photos are valuable.
During this one-evening class, we’ll cover basic smartphone photography guidelines that will help you do just that. Topics include:
- Composition guidelines
- placement of your subject
- Exposure manipulations
- Making the most of your available light
- Apps for post-processing
After capturing the images, what do you do with your photos?
Do they live on your phone forever, until you drop it in water, run it over, or somehow otherwise destroy it, causing all your photos to be lost forever?
We will also discuss photo storage options and methods, options for printing, and other ways to display your photos.
We’ll also discuss camera characteristics to keep in mind when evaluating a smartphone’s camera.
- Image quality
- Image Stabilization
- Video Quality
- Operating system & device compatibility
- Storage space
- Battery life
While Android and iPhone operating systems vary, the principles upon which you will evaluate the camera are not bound by the operating system.
We will take some time to look at and analyze sample photos, giving you a visual example of the topics discussed. You’ll even have a chance to put your knowledge to work and get real-time feedback on your compositions.
Have someone showing an animal at the Creek County fair? This class is just in time to brush up on your skills and capture those moments for a lifetime.
Whether your primary subjects are animals, children, nature, athletes, showmen or still objects, implementing what you will learn in this class will elevate your photography.
Call 918-352-4516 to enroll.
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